Chile: Anti-monopoly Court Rules to Keep Crypto Exchanges’ Bank Accounts Open

Chile: Anti-monopoly Court Rules to Keep Crypto Exchanges’ Bank Accounts OpenChile: Anti-monopoly Court Rules to Keep Crypto Exchanges’ Bank Accounts Open

The Chilean anti-monopoly court has again granted protection to local cryptocurrency exchanges by forcing banks to keep their accounts open, financial news outlet Diario Financiero reported Jan. 2.

According to a recent statement from Buda.com — one of the crypto exchanges affected by previously upheld banking restrictions — the anit-monopoly court known as the Tribunal de Defensa de la Libre Competencia (TDLC) has held a poll, and most of its members voted in favor of the crypto firms.

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