Official registration at the Dutch central bank (DNB) completed!

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Anycoin Direct
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Anycoin Direct
We did it!

Yesterday (04-11-2020) we received the confirmation that we’ve been officially registered as a cryptocurrency exchange service at the Dutch central bank (DNB). The DNB is the Dutch financial supervisor for all financial services and cryptocurrency related companies. This might sound a bit boring, but we can guarantee you it is a big step forward for the cryptocurrency industry and a huge leap for our company. This professionalization will help the industry grow. We hope this will welcome more traditional financial investors, family officers and newcomers to the world of cryptocurrency.

We are now the first renowned cryptocurrency exchange service that has been registered in the Netherlands. But what does this mean for you? By acquiring this registration, we have a strong foundation on which we can build and innovate our products and services. In general, this means we will be able to offer you:

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  • A safe and regulated platform
  • Financial and crypto-related crime prevention
  • Virtual Assets and addresses
  • Future-proof cryptocurrency investment
  • A cryptocurrency service that works within the global regulatory framework

If you have questions about this registration and what it means to you? Know that you can always contact our support team. By implementing these changes, we can continue to offer you the best service we can provide.

Together we can invest and take the industry to the next level!

Disclaimer: Phoenix Payments B.V., trading under the name Anycoin Direct, has a registration with De Nederlandsche Bank. N.V. (DNB) as provider of crypto services. DNB supervises Phoenix Payments B.V.'s compliance with the Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act and the Sanctions Act 1977. Phoenix Payments B.V. is not subject to prudential supervision by DNB or conduct supervision by the AFM. This means that there is no Financial requirements or business risks are monitored and no specific financial risks are identified. consumer protection"