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June 06, 2020, 09:04:17 AM
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Hi , when this "upcoming days" comes? And what you like swap rate ? I think that it will be very far from the price of ICO?

It seems corona virus have big impact for bitdepositary and moonberg projects. The launch of bdtdex.io and partnership with czech mining project have been delayed
as investors and part of the community, you can't do anything until the situation back to normal, maybe patience is the key Cheesy.
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no but we closed the dex and integrate it into the dApp to regulat the Dex :-). To provide the people a dex without AML and KYC its meanwhile not more accepted on the market if you like to do a regulated business.

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June 06, 2020, 09:11:59 AM
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The rebrand on Etherscan was successful to KYC.Crypto

https://etherscan.io/token/0x61D71973A6FfD07d5F1095AED53b06E5673E64BC

oh, it's good news. But we have a little liquidity on Mercatox, when other exchanges?

Hi, yes that's correct the liquidity is so far very small. We implement in the upcoming days the uniswap pool and swap into our website to increase the liquidity. (We just improve the UI right now)

The first additional exchange listings take place very soon after our mainnet launch from the kyc defi.

With the launch on the mainnet we will get also our first use case from mima with the integration from our partners (exchanges and payment providers) into our kyc defi.

In the upcoming days we will also present our future use cases on which we are working already like:

1. Signit.digital
2. Login with KYC.Crypto Button
3. The Defi Stablecoin and Payment integration

Thanks

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Hi , when this "upcoming days" comes? And what you like swap rate ? I think that it will be very far from the price of ICO?
Hi,

yes it will be very far from the ICO price because the people purchased in the ICO tokens with an price freezer which is "the rea"l ICO Price.

The upcoming days are coming when its finished :-) the team is working on it to implement it with our own interface.

Swap rate will be decided based on the market and the order book on mercatox.

If there should be a grow, than its needs to be done with products and professional market marking.

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June 06, 2020, 09:21:08 AM
Last edit: June 06, 2020, 10:08:56 AM by BitdepositaryICO
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Today we like to introduce our future Products, which are all connected with the KYC DeFi!

To give Mima more usage, Mima is needed for every product!

We updated our Roadmap on !


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June 06, 2020, 09:27:59 AM
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We are pleased to announce a partnership between The Family Office Mahrberg from Lichtenstein and KYC.Crypto !

“Let's upgrade the crypto space together!”

Mahrberg - https://mahrberg.com/
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June 07, 2020, 07:32:23 PM
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Is the Latin American Crypto Market Paying the Price for Lax Security and KYC/AML Norms?

Latin American economies are in turmoil, and among the saving measures, have adopted cryptocurrencies to tide over their challenges. Venezuela, the country that made news for its inflated currency, even rolled out the first sovereign crypto coin, the Petros (PTR). The Latin American region counts the largest number of users of cryptocurrencies in the world. All of this sounds good for crypto, but all is not well.

Latin America is “a ripe environment for financially motivated hackers, persistent fraudsters, and even drug cartels working with cybercriminals,” says a recent report, ‘The Dark Side of Latin America’ published by the IntSights, a threat intelligence firm.
Five among the top ten crypto friendly countries are from Latin America: Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Mexico and Chile. There are several reasons for this popularity, a big one being remittances. The migrant workers send back money easily using cryptocurrency platforms. Another factor is that only about half of the population is banked.

With cryptocurrencies widely used, the money laundering market is also huge. Lax regulation means criminal enterprises, cartels, hackers and money laundering enterprises are blooming, and crypto is just the right medium. The crypto platforms do not have strict KYC and AML norms, nor are there regulations to govern them.
For instance, P2P exchanges are quite popular for money laundering. The report names LocalBitcoins where AML measures are weak, with the exchange suspending user accounts for security reasons. The recent scam involving Crypto Capital is also a warning signal, as it was able to deceive Bitfinex, a reputed and large bitcoin exchange.

It’s no wonder that illicit crypto funds from around the world, estimated as much as 97 percent, get diverted to Latin American crypto exchanges. The report cites the case of a big money laundering scam worth $ 350 million involving Panama based Crypto Capital, which was in the payment business. The funds were reportedly tied to Colombian drug cartels.

In brief, weak and unenforced KYC/AML norms in Latin America have attracted criminal and threat based organizations to operate carefree using local crypto and P2P exchanges. A region that could have been a leading use case for adoption of cryptocurrencies now stands tarnished, becoming the exact opposite case for why not to adopt cryptocurrencies.

One way out for Latin America is to involve the government for regulation and monitoring. For instance, Brazil has passed a rule to require citizens to report their cryptocurrency transactions.

The role of standardized and impeccable KYC/AML processes can’t be exaggerated. There are today third party KYC services with standard norms and compliance procedures that can identify and validate crypto users, and share the KYC profiles with governments and online partners.


https://kyc-crypto.com/resources-details?v=121
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June 07, 2020, 08:33:08 PM
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Data Leak from Digitex Reveals the Pitfalls of Exchange-Based KYC


KYC norms and its processes aren’t merely a hot topic, but are also lending many platforms in hot soup. The latest victim of data breach and theft is no other than the much celebrated platform for bitcoin futures, Digitex.

The Seychelles based derivative exchange has removed all KYC related services from its system after a major hack data leak that took place in March 2020. The event has been officially described as an insider job and a data leak by a disgruntled employee. At stake are 8,000 users, whose government IDs and personal information is said to have been shared.

The KYC leak was done by someone with the identity ‘Digileaker’, who claims to possess the entire KYC documentation of the exchange, from day one. The identity claimed to have used the exchange login to get unrestricted information to all users, such as their phone numbers, addresses, IP addresses, etc., obtained from passports and driver’s licenses.

Digitex was founded by Adam Todd, described as a no nonsense man, to offer Bitcoin futures at zero cost or fees. It shot into limelight after raising $5.2 million in mere 17 minutes. After the hack, the exchange reacted by completely removing all KYC elements from its website.

For Digitex, the only way to ensure there was no further breach was to remove KYC itself, even if it had any utility. For Todd, KYC is just a way for governments to keep tabs on traders and crypto users and figure out who owns how much or where the money is spent. The exchange had however adopted KYC earlier to restrict money laundering and US citizens from participating.

A couple of other exchanges have suffered some hacks in the recent past. In February, OKex and Bitfinex had a denial of service attack, and Coinhako suffered a sophisticated attack and had to reimburse customers.

A recent report from P.A. ID Strategies reveals that the majority of exchanges do not have sufficient background checks. While the security of personal data kept with exchanges remains uncertain, new KYC norms have been put into place with new regulation like the one announced by FATF. Among exchanges, the crypto-to-crypto exchanges aren’t very keen to track transactions.

In this scenario, focus is now on the decentralized KYC services, such as KYC.Crypto. The global service offered here requires KYC to be done only once. After that, the same profile can be shared with any participating exchange or platform at the click of a button. A single, universal KYC can save huge efforts and money spent complying with KYC norms today, and also keep all data very secure.

The burden of doing KYC can be alleviated with decentralized and globally available KYC. Online crypto platforms can also heave a sigh of relief as they do no longer have to store and ensure the safety of user data.

https://kyc-crypto.com/resources-details?v=91

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June 19, 2020, 06:39:31 AM
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Breaking News:
KYC.Crypto to join TRON! The decentralized KYC.Crypto dApp is joining the Tron ecosystem.
Stay tuned for more news in the upcoming weeks.https://kyc-crypto.com

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June 19, 2020, 07:22:49 AM
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We from KYC.Crypto did it, we developed the decentralized KYC for your decentralized Exchange! Use our LOGIN.Crypto Button and be ready for the Future.

Read more: https://kyc-crypto.com

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June 25, 2020, 08:52:28 AM
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Let’s Clean up Fake Social Media Profiles! The Login.Crypto Button Does the Trick

Everyone is familiar with fake messages and emails coming from people pretending to be Bill Gates, Warren Buffet or Richard Branson asking to accept a LinkedIn request, or a supposed ‘Elon Musk’ on Twitter announcing free Bitcoin or Ether. Social media could however be made better and cleaned up of its current messy situation with a simple add-on.

The KYC.Crypto login button is a simple add-on feature which, when integrated, allows users to verify profiles with their real identity.

A fake profile is usually created by putting together celebrity or model photographs and generic information or simple copies from existing real profiles. Often carrying typos and bad grammar, such profiles are used for many reasons and causes – from scraping email addresses and user information to financial scams and fraud.

Scamsters use professional networks like LinkedIn with fake profiles to garner useful information about many targeted individuals or sections of people. The information can be used to create phishing scams, send malware links, spy on activities, or send fake marketing offers.

A recent example of how a fake LinkedIn profile is noteworthy. A scamster posed as staff of a reputed blockchain online news publication with an official email ID, and offered to produce reports, case studies and analyses. The original staff member, whose email ID was provided and who received the email, pointed out that it was a scam that they were working hard to stop.

The huge amounts of fake profiles are simply mind boggling. An official blog post from LinkedIn admitted that “between January and June 2019, we took action on 21.6 million fake accounts. Around 19.5 million accounts were stopped from being created, and 2 million fake accounts had to be restricted before complaints were received. On Twitter, 200,000 accounts were suspended before being substantially active. Facebook too continues to face a similar problem.

The Add-on that Cleans Up Social Media

The Login.Crypto button works just like the Google or Facebook sign-in buttons that can be used to login to a portal or platform or social media platform without having to create a new account.

Given that fake profiles can be stopped if the user had been verified beforehand, the Login.crypto button can filter out or weed out all identities that have not been previously verified with official credentials such as a selfie with passport and other documents to verify their identity.

The Login.crypto can be integrated as add-one just like Google or FB signin button. Only users who are KYC verified can verify their existing profiles or login to new platforms.

The Login.crypto service works on the Tron blockchain and is completely decentralized. To get verified, the user needs to create a KYC profile in the DeFi service. The login information is secured via his own Tron wallet, and all personal data and documents are saved on the Tron blockchain with smart contracts and in the secure IPFS protocol.

Whenever any user logs in using the Login.crypto button, the platform can be sure that they are a real person, vetted and verified beforehand, and information such as the user’s first name, last name, date of birth and the Tron address are also available to the client.

The Login.crypto button offers decentralized and cryptographic protection to stop hacking or leakage of stored data. The real identity of every user is thus always confirmed and assured!

https://kyc-crypto.com/lets-clean-up-fake-social-media-profiles-the-login-crypto-button-does-the-trick/
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June 25, 2020, 09:00:54 AM
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MIMA Token TRC20 Details

https://kyc-crypto.com/mima-trc20/

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MIMA Token ERC20 Details

https://kyc-crypto.com/mima-erc20/
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June 26, 2020, 05:05:47 AM
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Yesterday the KYC.Crypto Team was attend on the payid.org Developer Conference and we are fascinated about the development and the progress!

Tonight we developed an concept how every #PayID gets a face:
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Dg4OkcpZ2Gk4Wf8lJN1V6LNhqacg12AXhvfAkY4pkUo/edit?usp=sharing


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July 02, 2020, 04:13:55 PM
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Global DeFi Service KYC.Crypto is Live!

After months of intense discussions, many coffee mugs, hard coding and inspirations, the global and decentralized KYC.Crypto DeFi is live today on the Tron Blockchain.

With a single, globally saved KYC profile, users can transact on any partner platform with ease. Goodbye to money laundering and data theft too.

Users who set up their KYC profile will also receive a free and connected PayID in the next few days  – transact, pay, receive money anywhere in the world, all with a pre-authenticated identity.

Check out the official presentation: https://docdro.id/3NlWx8s
KYC DeFi login: https://my.kyc-crypto.com
Welcome to the new, one-KYC-for-all-services world!

We’d love to receive your feedback and reactions. Share, retweet and spread the word around.
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July 04, 2020, 09:44:44 AM
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Our KYC.Crypto Token called MIMA is now available on the #Uniswap Protocol!

Swap your Tokens or Provide liquidity and earn!

Uniswap Information: https://uniswap.info/pair/0x9d92010e4e63acbc03c2b98eaacb13508e069ce0

Telegram: https://t.me/kyccryrpto
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