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May 08, 2019, 03:59:30 PM
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Hello,
Do you know what I need to prepare before contacting with the KYC service providers? Could you give me the list of providers compliance with SEC?
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May 08, 2019, 04:49:27 PM
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I don't think SEC have given approval to any KYC providers in the cryptocurrency space. I do have a suggestion but don't have an idea on what you should prepare beside having a working project to implement their service on, contacting them though and asking for yourself will solve this issue faster

I recommend Civic Secure Identity Ecosystem they provide reusable kyc service and also verify identity decentralized using blockchain technology. which means with just one successful kyc completion on their mobile App (which all you private details doesn't leave), you can reuse the kyc for all their available partners which I believe you're interested in being one. Employing their service means other existing users won't have an issue verifying their KYC on your platform. I have used the platform on numerous occasions so I can testify.

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May 08, 2019, 06:28:48 PM
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Depends on where are you from. There are a lot of trusted KYC-companies here in Central Europe, I can give you contact details if you want to. Some of those are even used for KYC at big banks here, so they are definitly SEC-conform ;-)

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May 08, 2019, 07:37:14 PM
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They don't need approval from the SEC and the SEC doesn't rule the world.

KYC is just about collecting data allowing to identify a person, traceability if you prefer. To be in compliance with AML regulations.
"KYC providers" don't exist basically. It's just a small emerging niche (outside cryptos!) since some companies prefer to outsource the jobs like they outsource many other jobs and for the same reasons.
99% of the companies that need a KYC procedure don't use a "KYC provider".

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May 09, 2019, 02:20:38 AM
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Hello,
Do you know what I need to prepare before contacting with the KYC service providers? Could you give me the list of providers compliance with SEC?
Thanks.
SEC approval are those only countries that has approved and regulated crypto under their jurisdiction. So, if you want to get to know KYC service providers contact also SEC department for confirmation.

For now, only few countries are running crypto projects and registered under SEC for most of the team bringing projecta are afraid to get jailed due to the fact that running a crowd project is not easy. All the blame will goes to the team if project will not grow.

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May 09, 2019, 03:39:59 AM
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I don't think SEC have given approval to any KYC providers in the cryptocurrency space. I do have a suggestion but don't have an idea on what you should prepare beside having a working project to implement their service on, contacting them though and asking for yourself will solve this issue faster

I recommend Civic Secure Identity Ecosystem they provide reusable kyc service and also verify identity decentralized using blockchain technology. which means with just one successful kyc completion on their mobile App (which all you private details doesn't leave), you can reuse the kyc for all their available partners which I believe you're interested in being one. Employing their service means other existing users won't have an issue verifying their KYC on your platform. I have used the platform on numerous occasions so I can testify.
Civic is really one of the best choices.
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May 09, 2019, 03:41:36 AM
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Depends on where are you from. There are a lot of trusted KYC-companies here in Central Europe, I can give you contact details if you want to. Some of those are even used for KYC at big banks here, so they are definitly SEC-conform ;-)
Because our company's based in the US, so we'd love to get connected with KYC companies compliance with SEC. Feel free to share me the list of those companies.
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May 09, 2019, 04:21:56 AM
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SEC approval are those only countries that has approved and regulated crypto under their jurisdiction.

SEC is for the US, and US only afaik. Which countries needs to register to SEC if they want to open a public/private offering?

For now, only few countries are running crypto projects and registered under SEC for most of the team bringing projecta are afraid to get jailed due to the fact that running a crowd project is not easy. All the blame will goes to the team if project will not grow.

Which one? Looks interesting to learn.

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May 09, 2019, 09:28:55 AM
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@joniboini is full of nonsense. Imagine a country running a 'crypto project' but it needs to ask permission from an institution... in another country...  Cheesy
And people afraid to be jailed because "it's not easy to run a project". This guy doesn't have the light in his brain, a country doesn't run 'any crypto project' and the SEC is only for the US citizens

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