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Know your Customer is a process of identification used by institutions to counter fraudulent activities.

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What's the best way to open a wallet on behalf of the user?

I work at a gaming company and we are developing a Play2Earn game. We want to make the UX as seamlessly as possible so we would to avoid having the players to open a wallet to initially receive their ...
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How accurate, on average, AML services are? Is there a better way to do what they do?

I'm working on a exchange where crypto and fiat will be exchanged. Fiat in the physical form, namely, a customer will physically come to a place. I've been suggested to integrate an AML service for ...
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Assigning roles to addresses after off-chain KYC verification

I have a marketplace smart contract from which users can buy NFTs, however these users need to have been verified before being able to purchase them. The verification is done off-chain through a third-...
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How do Dapp developer's privately off ramp their eth?

Imagine a dapp that takes a small fee every time it's used. This fee is sent to some wallet. This wallet address is, of course, listed right there in the smart contract and so anybody can see how much ...
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Get price free without KYC via API?

How could I get ethereum price free without KYC via API? It would be great if I could get it in every second
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Decentralized exchange that lets you cash out Ether for fiat money?

Uniswap is a decentralized exchange that doesn't require KYC or ID for trading between ETH and ERC-20 tokens (altcoins), while Bisq is a decentralized exchange that doesn't require KYC or ID for ...
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Manage a whitelist

I can see security tokens solutions like PolyMath keep the whitelist on the contract and allow transfer only after checking the sender and the receiver are on the whitelist. What I'm not clear about ...
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Is KYC required for all token sale by law? [closed]

I was told that KYC is required by law in most countries. We were Australia based, where ICO should be legal. Do we need KYC for token sale on our website? Or it's depeneds on the country buyer ...
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KYC/AML/CTF x Ethereum

What are the main functionalities that blockchain/DLTs have to support Know Your Customers (KYC), Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Counter Terrorism Financing (CTF)? Does it make sense that Ethereum ...
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Using the Ethereum platform for a KYC solution [closed]

I am trying to create a KYC solution based on blockchain. I am trying to understand the benefits that blockchain can give over standard means of storage and documentation. I do understand well what ...
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how does digital signature functionality in blockchain fulfil the requirement of user identification?

As we are aware that blockchain is a decentralized application and it is tough to implement user identity mechansim in decentralized application so we use digital signature to verify the identity of a ...
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