When you receive a travel rule messages from another VASP, you will first need to confirm that the destination wallet is yours. You will not have access to the originator information until this step has happened.
There are three ways you can automatically confirm that a blockchain address is yours:
- Upload a CSV with all your addresses
- Using a webhook to automate the check
- Adding an address using API
Note: It can also be manually confirmed one-by-one through the interface until the automation is completed.
When receiving a cryptoasset transfer from a jurisdiction without the Travel Rule
Example of regulation:
If the cryptoasset transfer has missing or incomplete information, VASPs must consider the countries in which the firm operates and the status of the Travel Rule in those countries.
The VASP should take these factors into account when making a risk-based assessment of whether to make the cryptoassets available to the beneficiary.
To streamline deposits and mitigate any potential input errors, we suggest that you include relevant travel rule information, in addition to the wallet address where your customer can receive their deposits.
This will allow your customer to provide this information to the third-party who is going to transfer the funds to them, or use the correct details when sending to themselves from elsewhere.
This will ensure that the travel rule information about the beneficiary matches your customer records and that the message itself is sent correctly to your exchange.
You can also provide this complete information to them as a QR code:
Contents of QR code
Updated 6 months ago