How is Exscudo being licensed?

May 15, 2017
Exscudo Legal

Only 3 hours are left to get the 2.5% bonus! Today, we are excited to inform our investors about what we are doing in the legal sphere. One of the Exscudo’s main challenges is to bridge the traditional and cryptocurrency markets. The legalization of the company as a financial institution becomes crucial for investors.

We have elaborated unique schemes for legitimate work with crypto-currencies in the European Union for individuals, legal entities and institutional investors. Our solutions in this sphere are based on our patented technology underlying in the EON blockchain.

At the moment we are going through one of the main stages of licensing – acquiring a license of an alternative payment system.

Exscudo is going to be compliant with the following regulations:
Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act (abbreviated – RahaPTS) §29, §30 and The International Sanctions Act (abbreviated – RSanS) §13 p6. Regulation AML/CFT: Link 1Link 2Link 3.
ISO/IEC 27000 family of standards (requirements for storage, processing and transferring personal identification information);
GDPR (General Data Processing Regulation);
PSD 1 и PSD 2 (Directives regulating payment services in the European Union);
SEPA Requirements (Rules and conditions of non-cash payments in the EU based on the requirements of PSD 1);

We are engaged in Exscudo because we see great potential in creating a bridge between fiat and cryptocurrencies market. We believe that our solutions can become more and more popular with the growth of capitalization of the cryptocurrencies market.

We invite you to join our community and to connect traditional and cryptocurrency markets together!


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