08.30.2018

AlphaPoint and VerifyInvestor Ink KYC Deal

Leading blockchain company AlphaPoint, which is focused on enabling institutions to launch, scale, and operate digital asset networks and exchanges all over the world, has partnered with VerifyInvestor.com, a tZero subsidiary and a leading provider of investor verification services for accredited investors.

AlphaPoint customers are now able to integrate VerifyInvestor.com’s services, including a seamless method of compliance through the ability to verify accredited investors to SEC safe harbor standards.

“Many of our institutional customers have created products and exchanges that are restricted to accredited investors. We are excited to include VerifyInvestor.com in our partnership ecosystem and offer our clients a trusted solution to ensure compliant investor onboarding,” said Igor Telyatnikov, AlphaPoint co-founder and President.

“AlphaPoint’s team is comprised of experienced capital markets professionals so it’s no surprise that the company prioritizes features and integrations to support a credible and compliant solution. VerifyInvestor.com is proud to offer AlphaPoint’s customers the ability to qualify the eligibility of their respective investors,” said Jor Law, VerifyInvestor.com co-founder.

With unprecedented privacy and security, AlphaPoint’s Asset Exchange and Settlement product (APEX) enables institutions to launch, operate, and manage a digital exchange. Additional features built into APEX benefits investors on the platform, such as automated market making across multiple third party exchanges for enhanced order execution. Its proprietary distributed ledger technology provides a highly-secured venue and is the technology backbone for crypto exchanges around the world to have a processing capacity of nearly one million transactions per second.

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