Crypterium, a cryptocurrency wallet app with over 400,000 clients in over 170 countries, has recently been registered by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) to provide cryptocurrency services to UK citizens and companies (registered firm), one of only a small handful of companies to have passed the registration process from almost 200 that have so far applied.
This registration ensures that as Brexit measures kick in, Crypterium can continue to provide its crypto wallet services, including its crypto Visa cards and exchange functions, to practically everybody in the UK.
Not only that, but Crypterium’s B2B offering can provide the same level of functionality to UK businesses. FCA crypto registration is an extensive, detailed process, taking almost 18 months of policies and processes assessment before approval is granted.
“Becoming an FCA-registered firm is a fantastic opportunity. From now on, interested parties will view Crypterium in a new light, a company that puts user security and accessibility first. Not only do we provide an excellent set of services, but now we can show that these are done with full compliance of some of the toughest assessment criteria.”
– Crypterium CEO, Steven Parker
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