Starling, a United Kingdom-based on-line financial institution, is making ready to renew funds to cryptocurrency exchanges after suspending crypto alternate deposits final week.

A spokesperson for Starling informed Cointelegraph on Tuesday that the financial institution is ready to restart funds to crypto exchanges on June 23 after briefly suspending the function as a measure to guard its clients.

Starling blocked funds to some cryptocurrency exchanges final week, citing “excessive ranges of suspected monetary crime with funds to some cryptocurrency exchanges.” The financial institution mentioned that it’ll reverse the measure after adopting “further checks particularly for funds to crypto exchanges.”

The spokesperson careworn that the motion was “not a difficulty for Starling, however for all banks,” referring to official Parliamentary feedback concerning the authorized standing of crypto exchanges in the UK. John Glen, a member of the U.Ok. Parliament for Salisbury and the conomic secretary to the Treasury, mentioned final Friday that only five companies were authorized by the Monetary Conduct Authority to function a crypto enterprise within the nation.

Based on knowledge from the FCA official web site, these firms includee two Gemini-affiliated corporations, Gemini Europe Companies and Gemini Europe, Diginex’s Digivault, crypto-friendly financial institution Ziglu, and Archax alternate.

“Of the corporations assessed up to now over 90% have withdrawn their utility following FCA intervention. There are 167 crypto asset companies with excellent purposes,” Glen said.

The newest regulatory remarks got here after some British banks like Nationwide Westminster Financial institution, or NatWest, reportedly warned its clients about crypto scams and fraud. Some customers reported that NatWest despatched a associated warning to shoppers final Thursday.

Based on a report from The Telegraph on Saturday, different U.Ok. banks like Barclays and Monzo have additionally blocked customers from transferring cash to some cryptocurrency platforms. Barclays and Monzo didn’t reply to Cointelegraph’s request for remark.