Anti-Money Laundering (AML) - checking transactions
Anti-Money Laundering (AML)
The fight against money laundering has long been a reality in the world of decentralized finance.
Previously, it was mainly large digital service providers and market players that were concerned about transaction verification. Today, more and more users check their transactions with cryptoassets "cleanly" to avoid blocking and other problems.
There are also negatives: some crypto exchanges/exchanges, platforms refuse to move to the legal plane, thus exposing their clients to more risks. This leads to getting into wallets of coins that may have dubious origin, for example, were involved in fraudulent transactions, "mixers" or were in wallets located in "darknet".
But there is also the other side of the coin: erroneous blocking of your crypto assets.
As the experience and practice of a team of fintech specialists from AMLBot, who have developed an online service to check cryptoassets for connection with illegal activities, such blockages are very common.
That's why AMLBot analysts have made instructions on how to unblock your funds on the exchange. Download 7 steps to build a line of proof of origin of funds: from preparation to the final version of the document - Download AMLBotDear clients of CoinSource.Cash, Remember, the history of checking your transaction can be a powerful argument to unblock your account on the exchange. Use the Telegram bot of our partners for this purpose: @cryptoaml_bot