Enabling VASPs to collect and exchange compliance-required transaction information
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How It Works
Sygna Bridge is a simple API-based messaging service that enables VASPs to privately share all required transmittal compliance data.
Sygna Bridge establishes a privacy-secure tunnel for VASPs to share FATF R.16-required originator and beneficiary transmittal information, with support for all compliant virtual assets.
Sygna Bridge's alliance network of trusted VASPs can share obligatory Personally Identifiable Information (PII) with transaction counterparts, without compromising user privacy or safety.
Turn compliance into a competitive advantage. Integrate with our API and alliance network within 6 weeks, without disrupting your day-to-day business.
A simple one-time integration is all it takes to connect you with our growing VASP network that supports all virtual asset types. Our flexible technology can adapt to regional differences and future regulatory changes.
Compliance with Recommendation 16 does not necessitate a reinvention of the wheel. Share the right information with the right parties in a standardized format at economical rates.
Keep your data secure and off-chain. Sygna Bridge encrypts your Personally Identifiable Information (PII) and provides only you with the key to share it with your VASP counterpart. We never collect or access any private data.
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