The Travel Rule now applies to crypto transactions.
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What is the FATF's Travel Rule?
Bank-grade security at every layer
- • Cloud and Infrastructure best security practices
- • Realtime Security Vulnerability Checks before code release
- • All sensitive data is encrypted, at rest and in transport, using battle-tested encryption schemas
• Multiple regions for data storage are available. Full physical data segregation is available for Enterprise customers
Industry’s strongest protection for your customer data
- • SafePII. The industry’s only escrowed exchange of encrypted PII
- • Compliant with EU GDPR, Singapore PDPA
- • Plug-and-play Travel Rule end-user data consent component
- • 24/7 uptime
- • Configurable enterprise SLA
- • SOC2 Type II compliant
• Enterprise-ready authentication mechanisms available
Secure end-to-end Travel Rule compliance platform
The Notabene platform supports full compliance to the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF’s) Travel Rule, from counterparty due diligence to real-time transaction analytics, across Banking, Crypto, and DeFi markets. Designed to meet the performance, reliability, and security requirements of scale-up crypto exchanges and enterprise financial institutions in any jurisdiction
Manage your Travel Rule data transfers
- Approve and decline incoming and outgoing travel rule data transfer requests
- Securely exchange and store customer information
- Generate Travel Rule reports
Set criteria for your risk-based approach
- Save time and focus on the most suspicious transactions
- Immediately identify transactions that fall under the FATF Travel Rule
- Set rules to automate transactions with counterparties that meet your internal risk criteria
Establish trusted business relationships
- Create and authenticate your company profile
- Instantly verify your transaction counterparties
- Perform risk analysis based on accurate and up-to-date information
Enhanced Security & Data Privacy
- Communicate with any VASP using our protocol-agnostic approach, regardless if they are compliant yet or not
- Set risk-based rules for scalable automation
- Comply with cross-jurisdictional requirements
Turn Travel Rule compliance into a growth strategy
- Build the next suite of regulatory compliant financial products
- Unlock new geographies and expand into new customer segments.
- Increase regulators’ trust in your business. Gain a competitive advantage.
Seamless integration for automated compliance
- Choose any programming language to implement Notabene
- Use our interactive developer documentation
- Talk to our in-house Solutions Engineers to guide integration
Maximum protocol reachability through TR:Now
We’ve launched TR: Now—an information-sharing mechanism that solves the many pain points of the sunrise period.
Although many protocols are not yet live, 200+ VASPs leverage TR:Now to securely send and receive Travel Rule data transfers to counterparties all over the world.
Bank-grade security for an insecure world
- Surpass AWS Best Practices
- GitLab Realtime Security Vulnerability Checks
- All data encrypted at rest, in transport, and user managed keys
Industry’s strongest protection for your customer data
- Industry’s only escrowed exchange of encrypted PII
- Compliant with EU GDPR, Singapore PDA
- Plug-and-play Travel Rule end-user data consent component
Enterprise white glove features
- 24h/7 days a week uptime
- Configurable enterprise SLA
- SOC2 compliant disaster recovery and business continuity plans
Travel Rule solution
We help financial institutions and virtual asset service providers (VASPs) comply with the FATF’s Recommendation 16 “Crypto Travel Rule” as required by domestic regulators in a growing number of jurisdictions.
- Notabene is the only end-to-end Travel Rule compliance solution that offers a protocol-agnostic approach to Travel Rule compliance
- Easy to use dashboard & ability to set risk management rules
- Our in-house solution, TRNow, allows counterparty VASPs to share, send, receive, and store required PII data privately and securely
To comply with the FATF Crypto Travel Rule, your VASP needs software that for every transaction:
- Performs robust due diligence or KYC process on counterpart institutions
- Identifies counterparty wallet type (pre-transaction)
- Identifies risk-related details about the beneficiary through blockchain analytics and sanctions screening providers
- Allows you to safely send or receive encrypted customer personally identifiable information (PII) through various messaging protocols
- Stores encrypted customer PII for up to five years
- Generates reports for local regulators
The FATF Recommendation 16 on Wire Transfers, “Travel Rule,” requires member countries’ virtual asset service providers (VASPs), financial institutions, and obliged entities to exchange originator and beneficiary identifying information with counterparties during transmittals above $1,000.* It is important to note that different jurisdictions have different transaction threshold amounts.
Future business opportunities after complying with the FinCEN Travel Rule are immense. FATF Travel Rule compliance presents the most significant opportunity for virtual assets to become widely accepted in everyday use cases. Cryptocurrency companies that comply will have better access to traditional banking, which will allow easier access to institutional investors. They will also be able to provide more visibility and trust around each transaction for their customers.
During the second 12-month review of the revised FATF standards on virtual assets and VASPs that came out in March 2021, the FATF advised their members to implement the travel rule into their domestic legislation “as soon as possible,” including consideration of a staged approach to implementation as appropriate. FATF members shall discuss implementation status through outreach by June 2022. (Section 6: 140)b)
FATF stipulates that in transactions over a certain threshold, the originator VASPs must include and send the following:
- The name of the originator
- The blockchain address of the originator
- The identity of the originator’s VASP
- The originator’s identification number, e.g., National ID number or Passport number
- The virtual asset type and the amount being transmitted, and
- The identity of the beneficiary’s financial institution
- The name of the beneficiary
- The blockchain address or account number of the beneficiary
*It is important to note that different jurisdictions may require slightly different information.
The threshold amount for sending travel rule data varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. For instance, the FATF recommends that Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) share certain personally identifying information about the recipient and receiver for cryptocurrency transactions over USD/EUR 1000 globally. Meanwhile, the United Kingdom’s HM Treasury requires Travel Rule data transfers for transactions over GBP 1,000. Additionally, some jurisdictions like the UK, EU, and Singapore require the exchange of travel rule data below the threshold, but with a limited amount of data.
Currently, the FATF found no need to amend standards to include P2P transactions. However, FATF acknowledges that unhosted wallets could constitute a higher risk and that local jurisdictions may mandate that VASPs transacting with unhosted wallets perform an additional risk assessment. Many jurisdictions like Singapore, Switzerland, and the Netherlands are starting to instruct VASPs to verify owners of unhosted wallets.