All your cryptocurrency transactions must be legitimate (don’t used in money laundering, terrorist financing and the creation of weapons of mass destruction.) and not obtained by carding or hacking other people’s wallets,

We perform AML transaction verification, your cryptocurrency as assessed by AML bot and Getblock scanners must be clean and have an overall risk level of 50 percent or less, and we do not accept Stolen Coins and Scam with a risk level of more than 1 percent in total value, even if the overall risk level is lower in total value.

If you send us a transaction with a risk level greater than 50 percent or Stolen Coins and Scam with a risk level greater than 1 percent in total weight, even if the overall risk level is lower in total weight, and you make a wallet substitution, you will be refunded less a service charge of 3 percent for the impact of the transfer on us.

KYC verification: what is it and where is it used 

What is the KYC procedure and why is it getting so much attention? We tell you how she can protect you from scammers while maintaining anonymity. KYC and AML checks: why do you need identity verification in the crypto-currency field. KYC (Know Your Customer) is a procedure for verifying the identity of a client and assessing potential risks from him. But why is it needed and why is it almost impossible to buy cryptocurrency today without verifying your identity? Does this not contradict the original principles of anonymity and decentralization of the crypto industry? Today we will analyze what AML and KYC checks are for and how they work. We will also tell you how verification will help reduce the number of fraudsters while maintaining basic user anonymity.

What is AML and what is it for?

Anti-Money Laundering is a set of measures to counter money laundering, terrorist financing and the creation of weapons of mass destruction. This procedure includes the identification, storage and mutual exchange of information about customers, their profits and transactions between financial institutions and government departments. Most classical financial institutions use AML measures to check a business that works with cash or uses cash as one of the main assets. They also check those enterprises that have money in different accounts, regularly transfer them to other countries and banks, buy futures and other instruments for cash settlement. In other words, all businesses that can potentially bypass financial monitoring and launder funds fall under verification.

What does address verification show?

Total risk (in percent) – the probability that the address is associated with illegal activity. Sources of risk – known types of services with which the address interacted, and the percentage of funds received from / given to these services, for which the total risk is calculated.

Why does the service insist on AML procedures?

If the service does not conduct such checks, then fraudsters can use it as a platform for money laundering and terrorist financing. And then the service itself will be held accountable. That is why exchanges and other large cryptocurrency companies implement AML requirements in their business and conduct regular KYC verifications.

How to understand risk assessment?

– 0-25% is a clean wallet/transaction;

– 25-75% is the average level of risk;

– 75%+ – such a wallet/transaction is considered risky

The risk is more than 50%, but I am sure that the address is reliable. How to be? The results of the check are based on international databases, which are constantly updated. Therefore, an address that had 0% risk yesterday could receive or give an asset to a risky counterparty today. In this case, the risk assessment will change.