For DeFi platforms and investors, issuers, exchanges, payments services and/or wallet providers, meeting KYC/AML requirements is not just a legal imperative, it is also critical to building trust with regulators and users, and to deterring fraudulent transactions.
Trust Stamp combines deep experience in the banking and FinTech arenas with proprietary cutting-edge technology, providing on-demand authentication with the low-friction user experience expected by participants in the digital economy.
Our multi-layer, automated, risk-based process speeds transactions for both institutions and customers and provides audit trails, compliance reports, and fuzzy logic to identify risky transactions and potential non-compliance.
Combined with regulatory and data protection expertise, Trust Stamp’s patented technologies provide not only effective compliance, but also a valuable competitive edge with seamless integration. Our low-code implementation APIs guide you to get up and running in a single working day.
Secure, encrypted communication using facial biometrics
Our biometrically signed and authenticated customer email service ensures confidentiality and prevents email spoofing, man-in-the-middle attacks and account takeovers.
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Trust Stamp EVP John Bridge is a career expert in digital currency and financial technology, with a focus on fraud detection and cyber investigations. He has spent 34 years in law enforcement, which included serving as Senior Inspector/Chief Inspector of Financial Surveillance with United States Marshals Service, and he now serves as an active member of the North Carolina Blockchain Initiative.
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