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5 Questions You Should Ask Your Identity Verification Provider

Ensuring users are who they claim to be is without a doubt, one of the most critical steps to implement within your online services, be it at onboarding or checkout. Why is this so important, you may ask? Because without the reassurance that comes with having legitimate, verified users, your platform and clients could be left exposed to potential security threats.

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Online lending: How to build a powerful process to eliminate fraud

During the last two years, we’ve been actively discussing this crucial subject with our clients operating in online lending and microcredit spaces. Our objective was to understand how we could help them reduce drastically the number of default rates they encounter on their websites. The main keyword here? Process. And no, this is not a scary word – it’s just the most efficient way of dealing with user verification in your company.

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How Identity Verification Will Take Finance (and Crypto) Mainstream

What does something as boring as compliance software have to do with financial inclusion, decentralization, or economic development of underdeveloped countries? In short, the lack of modularized legal identity is a peg blocking a domino effect of development in inclusive finance, e-commerce, the service economy, and the promised land of a peer-to-peer economy built on top of blockchains. My goal is to share with you the roadmap, and the bet we’ve made— that standardizing identity will do for the world what a brick did for architecture.

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FinCEN on Crypto, and How It Affects You

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued several rules which must be followed by anyone dealing with currency (“real” or virtual), in any way. The FinCEN has defined what it deems as a user, an administrator, and an exchanger of virtual currency, on the understanding that “virtual currency” is regarded as a medium of exchange accepted like currency in some environments, but lacking the legal tender status.

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Why Cashing In & Out Of Crypto Exchanges Is (STILL) A Pain In The Ass.

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (“FinCEN”) issued several rules which must be followed by anyone dealing with currency (“real” or virtual), in any way. The FinCEN has defined what it deems as a user, an administrator, and an exchanger of virtual currency, on the understanding that “virtual currency” is regarded as a medium of exchange accepted like currency in some environments, but lacking the legal tender status.

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