Crex24, cryptocurrency exchange will require European Union users to go through a KYC process by uploading a valid government ID and their Social Security numbers, so the exchange can comply with the European Anti-money laundry (AML) rules. This will take effect on January 1st,2020.
From January 1st, 2020 all EU users will be required to complete mandatory KYC verification in accordance with the 5th EU AML Directive.— Crex 24 (@Crex_24) December 3, 2019
Note: Crex24 operates in all countries except the UK, USA, Canada and Israel.
It is not uncommon for cryptocurrency exchanges and wallet providers to ask for KYC (Know your Customer) documents to verify users’ identities. Most crypto Entities engaged in exchanging between virtual and fiat currencies are required to comply with the AML rules. Depending on each situation, failure to comply with KYC and AML requirements may result in suspension of license, or in some cases severe penalty.
Crex24 exchange has been operating since 2017 and based in Cyprus. CREX24 uses two-factor authentication (2FA) as well as encrypted connection. the exchange supports Visa/MC, Perfect Money and Epay for deposits. Perfect Money for withdrawals.
Crex24 exchange 24 hours trading volume is $1,876,550.01 (252.89 BTC), it currently supports 570 cryptocurrencies and 846 market trading pairs.