History[ edit ] The company is headed by CEO Nejc Kodrič, a widely known member of the bitcoin community, who co-founded the company in August with Damijan Merlak in his native Sloveniabut later moved its registration to the UK in Aprilthen to Luxembourg in Bitstamp says that it instead regulates itself, following a set of best practices to authenticate customers and deter money laundering.
In Septemberthe company began requiring account holders to verify their identity with copies of their passports and official records of their home address.
The report aimed to create greater transparency regarding security, anti-hacking measures and business practices. The report goes on to say that such approval bitstamp api an agreement to actively protect deposited funds, prevent bitstamp api laundering and illegal activity, and respond to other risks. Bitstamp was one of two bitstamp api that claimed to block access opciók garantálják their exchange by VPNs.
In addition to providing fee policies, Bitstamp also claimed to conduct audits of their virtual currency holdings. There is no clear information available as to where Bitstamp's operations are located or whether they actually have any presence at all in the UK, or are still run out of Slovenia.