Cashing out crypto gains is easy if your bank accepts the transaction. However, with strict crypto AML (anti-money laundering) measures in place, you might need to prove the licit nature of your funds. Use this proof-of-ownership report to avoid any headaches.Request a quote
Whether you’re using one exchange or you’re a veteran investor with multiple wallets and exchanges, the first step is to import your data into ACCOINTING. This can be done automatically via API connections, or manually through a CSV upload.Import data now
With help from our partner, we guarantee a trustworthy crypto verification. With guidance, you will obtain the proof of access to your wallets and exchanges.
The data you imported into ACCOINTING enables the verification of your transactions and helps put the verified stamp on transactions included in your report. This step guarantees that no cryptocurrency AML red flags are raised.
Together with our partner, we create the final analytics report which is sent to the bank on your behalf. All you have to do is wait for the approval of the bank, and the funds will be credited to your account. Simple, right?
The first section of the cryptocurrency AML report summarizes your portfolio, split into verified or non-verified wallets and verified or non-verified transactions.
The following sections highlights all your wallets and exchanges, together with verified or non-verified tags.
The second page of the crypto AML report is more detailed and covers a summary of all your assets, with associated value.
The final section on the second page of the crypto AML report
is more detailed and covers a breakdown of your transaction volume, divided into verified transactions and not verified transactions.
A further split is done between not verified transactions on verified wallets and non-verified wallets.