Treasury issued a Request for Comment on digital asset-related illicit finance and national security risks, as well as its publicly released action plan to address those risks.
The White House issued guidance outlining the government's regulatory approach to addressing the potential risks and benefits of cryptocurrencies and other digital assets, as well as the underlying technology.
The Secretary of Treasury, in consultation with relevant agencies, delivered to President Joseph R. Biden a framework for international engagement on digital assets. The framework was a response to directives included in the President's Executive Order entitled "Ensuring Responsible Development of Digital Assets."
FinCEN Acting Director Him Das highlighted new threats, new innovation and public-private partnerships in the transformation of the AML/Counter-Terrorist Financing regulatory regime.
FinCEN held a virtual FinCEN Exchange to identify illicit financial flows and money laundering related to environmental crimes.