Anti-Money Laundering (AML) refers to the processes, laws, and regulations designed to prevent, detect, and report the conversion of illegally obtained funds into seemingly legitimate assets.
KYC, or Know Your Customer, refers to the process by which financial institutions verify the identity of their clients.
Tokens have become a popular way to represent digital assets, and there are two main types of tokens: security tokens and utility tokens.
In a decentralized market like cryptocurrency, the price is determined by supply and demand. When there is more demand than supply, the price of a cryptocurrency goes up, and when there is more supply than demand, the price goes down.