Europe wants to live without cash

Council of the European Union called on the European Commission to improve the legal framework for financial investigations in the EU to fight organized crime.

The EU Council proposes to resume the discussion on the limitation of cash payments at the EU level, reports Interfax-Ukraine.

Council of the European Union called on the European Commission to improve the legal framework for financial investigations in the EU to fight organized crime.

It is also proposed to address the need to improve the legal framework for virtual assets.

Estimates show that the income from organised crime in the EU has reached 110 billion euros per year, and the level of confiscation remains very low. Therefore, financial investigations are a priority for the EU in preventing organized crime, terrorism and combat.

We will remind that in Kharkov caught the hackers who robbed the Bank account.

And in the US have charged a Ukrainian hacker Vitaly Antonenko for a number of cybercrimes in the financial sector.

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