What is Kriptomat?

A short description of our service.

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Kriptomat is one of the best cryptocurrency platforms to buy, sell and store your favorite digital currencies. Designed for non-tech savvy people, it is focused on introducing the benefits of cryptocurrencies to a wide audience.

Founded in early 2018 and launched in the summer of the same year, Kriptomat serves thousands of customers across all EEA countries and in supported countries worldwide (you can see the list of supported countries here).

Our customers can choose to use the service in over 20 languages and they can buy, sell, exchange, store and use hundreds of cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Ripple, EOS, Litecoin, TRON, Bitcoin Cash, Dash, and many others.

Kriptomat is a web platform and it is also available as a mobile app for Android and iOS devices.

Create your free Kriptomat account HERE, and enter the world of crypto today!

Fast. Easy. Secure.

What kind of a license does Kriptomat have?

Trust, security, and transparency are three of our core values, which is why we hold an operating a license issued by the Financial Intelligence Unit for:

Financial services, Providing a virtual currency service, (Licence number FVT000310 – LINK)

The company FintechX OÜ (Kriptomat) was established in Estonia, which is one of the most progressive regulators when it comes to technology. Already in 2016, Estonia has started regulating digital currencies by introducing licenses for Crypto Exchanges and Crypto Wallets. These licenses fall under the authority of the Financial Intelligence Unit.

As mentioned above, FintechX OÜ has been issued an operating license by the Financial Intelligence Unit for Financial services, Providing a virtual currency service.

Let us give you a brief overview of this license.

Estonian Cryptocurrency Exchanges are defined in Estonian law as Providers of Alternative Means of Payment, licensed as an Estonian Financial Institution by holding a Financial Activity License from the Estonian Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU), which is the Anti Money Laundering (AML) authority in Estonia with the ability to grant, revoke and supervise financial activity licenses. AML and KYC requirements that the service providers are subject to are set forth in the Estonian Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing Prevention Act, as well as any other legal guidelines given by the Estonian Minister of Finance.


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