Company BiographyFounded by former Goldman Sachs FinTech engineers, Solidus Labs’ mission is to bridge traditional finance and the new digital economy through compliance infrastructure tailored for blockchain-powered trading. We envision a healthy digital asset ecosystem where innovators and regulators work together, harnessing the power of blockchain to benefit consumers, markets, economies and societies. Solidus offers machine learning-powered trade surveillance infrastructure tailored for digital assets. Our product helps exchanges, broker dealers, market makers, hedge funds and other financial service providers detect, investigate and report market manipulation. By deploying Solidus’ surveillance infrastructure our clients protect their users, minimize regulatory risks and reduce the operational cost of compliance.
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- Part I: Introduction and Overarching Principles
- Part II: Principles for Token Sales and Token Sale Service Providers
- Part III: Principles for Token Trading Platforms
- Part IV: Principles for Cryptoasset Funds and Fund Managers
- Part V: Principles for Token Comparison and Rating Websites
- Part VI: Principles for Stablecoin Issuers
- Part VII: Principles for Security Token Offerings & Secondary Market Trading Platforms
- Part VIII: Principles for KYC / AML
- Part IX: Principles for Custody - Custodial Wallets
- Part X: Principles for Market Integrity
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