Coinchange and Gatenox.com established a partnership to create and offer to the market the one-click AML/KYC solution for institutional and individual account opening that starts with the customer.
“Surveying 506 institutional and 2,001 retail investor respondents across the region, we found trust in cryptocurrencies to be high.”
Britain’s Foreign Secretary Liz Truss issued a statement ahead of the publication of the Commission of Inquiry report into governance in the British Virgin Islands.
You could have missed some important news over Xmass and New Year. One very important thing is that Coinone requires transfers to be done on KYC-ed addresses (sic!) It looks like Korea is adopting the FATF standards more rapidly than other countries, which is likely part of that effort.
For financial institutions, KYC (Know Your Customer) and AML (Anti-Money Laundering) protocols are set to prevent financial crime. Banks, fortune 500 financial firms, cryptocurrency exchanges, and credit unions are required by law to comply by verifying the identity of their customers while doing business with them.
I spent some time recently on the NFT market, looking at this with my ‘compliance eye’.Let me tell you what I found out – and why it is very concerning and looks like a bobble. I looked at the platforms like Opensea, TerraVirtua, Rarible First of all, there is no
Gatenox is a new-generation decentralized identity wallet that allows exchanges, applications, Web 3.0 services, as well as fintechs and banks to integrate a seamless, near-zero cost, instant Know-Your-Customer (KYC)