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UK digital bank Starling has imposed a temporary ban: users will not be allowed to join gold cryptocurrency exchanges

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UK digital bank Starling has announced that it will temporarily ban users from sending money to cryptocurrency exchanges due to financial crime concerns, but the service from exchanges to Starling will not be affected.

But the bank also stressed that the ban would be lifted after additional checks were completed.

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