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We believe in a brighter future for anonymous crypto payments and in reliability of blockchain technology. By the 4th quarter of 2018, more than 32 million bitcoin wallets with over 7 million active members were on the network. Unfortunately, some traders don’t know the rules or deliberately ignore them. Bitcoin has apparent advantages, but you should also remember that buying one you also acquire its entire history of blockchain links to your coin. And if your asset was once linked to illegal activities, it can affect your contacts on the markets, exchanges, etc.
Comply with regulators
The activities of centralized services are regulated by law and comply with Anti-Money Laundering requirements. Hence, your assets can easily be blocked until the circumstances are clarified, to the extent that sometimes even security services get involved to ascertain the links of your coin.
We say: “Ignorance of the history of the coin does not relieve you from responsibility”.
Your safety is only in your hands. You take all risks and responsibility when you receive the coin to your wallet.
Here is a simple analogy. Suppose, you purchase a used car. You know it has a history and you need to know all about it before you make the deal. So you consult an expert to run the analysis, check the engine, find out whether it’s been in a car accident, make sure the clock hasn’t been fixed, and so on. Once you buy the car, its problems become your problems.
@cryptoAML_bot The bot contains the most complete global database of sanctions addresses and regularly monitors public and private sources, “black” lists of coins and wallets. The developed algorithm allows you to quickly identify risky bitcoin transactions, as well as establish their relationship with various criminal or prohibited activities in accordance with the requirements of the law and AML/CTF requirements.