On June 8 & 9, G20 meeting will be held in Fukouka, Japan. Member countries will meet to discuss International Cryptocurrency Anti-Money Laundering (AML) regulation.
It was also reported by local news outlet Kyodo that the G20 central bank governors & finance authorities will take part in the meeting.
News reported on Yahoo Japan (translated) :
This event’s main agenda is to combat terror financing and virtual currency enabled money laundering. The report also states that prime focus is anti-anonymity and with the co-operation of participating countries, an agreement over new regulations is expected during this meeting.