Denmark’s largest bank is cautious about cryptocurrency, but will not intervene

Danske Bank, Denmark’s largest bank, announced its official position on cryptocurrencies on June 17, when it issued a four-point notice describing the reasons to be careful when trading digital assets.

Although the bank Urge users to proceed with caution, It did not take any practical stance on cryptocurrency. The bank stated that it will not provide any cryptocurrency services to its customers itself, but it will not interfere with transactions from crypto platforms.

The bank stated: “For customers who deposit funds from cryptocurrency investments, we will treat them in the same way as deposits of other types of investments.”

The bank also stated that assuming that its credit cards are customarily used for cryptocurrency trading platforms, it believes that there is no problem. Anti-Money Laundering Law very satisfied.

“In addition, we will not prevent the use of credit cards issued by Danske Bank in connection with cryptocurrency transactions. As with all other credit card transactions, customers must follow applicable anti-money laundering procedures and comply with applicable laws,” the bank said.

The bank acknowledged that cryptocurrency represents “a major digital innovation in financial services” and stated that many of its customers are interested in the technology. The bank also praised the potential of blockchain technology, but finally listed four reasons to be cautious when dealing with cryptocurrencies.

The bank emphasized the lack of transparency in dealing with financial crimes in the crypto sector.It also pointed to the lack of regulation and consumer protection measures, the volatility of cryptocurrency pricing, and Environmental impact Technology that requires “very large amounts of computing power”.

Danske Bank stated that it usually advises against trading in cryptocurrencies, but it also added that it will continue to monitor the cryptocurrency sector and will review its status as the market matures and supervision becomes more adequate.