CryptoBridge’s KYC Enforcement

Tuesday, October 1, CryptoBridge announced that it will be extending its KYC requirement to all its users. Moving forward, users will need to verify their identities before they can deposit or withdraw from the exchange. As reported earlier, the crypto community is not taking the news lightly since there was no prior notification suggesting the implementation of such a requirement. Some community members even went to the extreme by calling the exchange a scam.

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or 1st require in id-dex.exchange

ID.DEX have no KYC,
we are support freedom

Here is some more info about Cryptobridge enforcement:

Introducing user verification

Oct 1, 2019 | News

Since CryptoBridge entered the market, we are on a mission: Thinking decentral . Both in a technical and in a jurisdictional sense. While we still strive to present new challenges for international financial regulation, we are facing the 5th EU Anti-Money Laundering Directive ( AMLD5 ) and will adjust our gateway services to pave the way for CryptoBridge moving forward.

Therefore, starting October 2019, all existing and new users are required to submit user verification before continuing to use deposits and withdrawals, to protect customers and CryptoBridge from being held responsible for any illegal intentions or money laundering activities. Introducing AMLD5 not only creates a legal status for crypto assets, it also enables them to become viable and legitimate financial networks . It also facilitates the listing of security tokens on CryptoBridge.

We are working closely with our partner Fractal who stores all user-submitted data with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance measures in a European data storage facility. GDPR holds personal data privacy to significantly higher standard than any previous national or international legislation and sets the bar very high for the handling of private data. Consequently, CryptoBridge does not have access to any user information other than their UUID associated with a successful completion identity verification. Personal information is not shared unless there is a court order mandating to release it. You’ll find more in depth information in our privacy policy.

We are looking forward to release an even more efficient and faster identity verification process in the upcoming weeks.