Bitwyre Technologies Holdings Corporation and its subsidiaries (collectively, “BTHC”) take compliance matters extremely seriously and are committed to managing risks of the different business areas. BTHC is regularly refining and strengthening its controls, to address evolving risks and threats.
Regulators globally have made substantial progress by agreeing new global standards that will prevent virtual assets and Virtual Asset Service Providers (“VASPs”) from being misused for transactions with links to crime or terrorism. To that end, one of the key missions for BTHC is to significantly reduce money laundering and terrorist financing risks through the development of a robust Anti-Money Laundering (“AML”) Programme.
BTHC has no tolerance for knowingly, or through willful negligence, facilitating activities related to money laundering, terrorist financing or financial crimes more broadly. BTHC will not enter into, or maintain, business relationships with customers who BTHC has identified as outside of its AML risk-tolerance, or who have been identified as, or are associated with, sanctioned parties.
BTHC’s AML Programme articulates its commitment to take reasonable measures to detect and deter money laundering, terrorist financing, and other financial crimes. Additionally, it outlines BTHC’s commitment to comply with economic and trade sanctions administered and enforced by governments and supranational bodies.
Transaction screening is another effective way to detect accounts that BTHC suspects may involve the proceeds of crime including, but not limited to, activities related to child abuse, darknet markets, sanctions, terrorist financing, scams and stolen funds. BTHC will make appropriate filings to relevant authorities and place restrictions on accounts where necessary.
BTHC will continue to implement appropriate processes to mitigate and alleviate risks posed to the business and address evolving Regulatory requirements.