Compliance solutions for Web3 companies

At NexeraID we understand the unique compliance challenges faced by our Web3 ecosystem.

We provide easy-to-use identity verification and risk management solutions that adapt to your own balance between regulatory compliance and data privacy.

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We help crypto asset providers (CASP) kick-start their KYC and AML processes


Check if your new customers are reputable and trustworthy

Discover our multiple customer verification options and create you own user onboarding flow (ID scan, liveness, proof of adress, sanction lists, watchlists,...)


Enrich your customer profiling by considering multiple data points

Easily import existing or additional data to your profiling process (wallet reputation, IP address screening, transaction monitoring...)


Implement your own customer risk assessment rules

Discover our useful pre-existing customer risk scoring rules that you can tune to set appropriate automated alerts and insights based on your business specificity.

Compliance should not be complicated
  • No legal skills required
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Smooth integration
  • Flexible deployment
Build your own KYC and AML checks
    VASPs and CASPs can choose between top standards customer verification options like:
  • ID verification
  • Address verification
  • Wallet screening
  • Know your transactions (KYT)
  • AML blacklist checks
Continuously monitor risks and make informed decisions
  • Pre-existing scoring rules
  • Multi-data monitoring (behavioral, transactional, crypto data ...)
  • Automated reports

We make compliance easier
and more accessible to Web3 players

What is crypto compliance?
  • As crypto assets are traded by millions of users around the world, the need for crypto customer protection has increased. Crypto compliance refers to standards and requirements that crypto companies have to meet to prevent financial risks and crimes while enhancing security and trust.
  • For instance, in 2021, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) updated its Global Recommendations for Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) while in the European Union, the Markets in Crypto-Assets (MICA) regulation will come into force by the end of 2024.
  • All these recommendations (FATF) and legal requirements (MICA) advocate for a better assessment of customers and stakeholders’ trustworthiness in favour of a better fight of money laundering and terrorist financing (AML-CFT)
  • Why do I have to perform KYC (Know your customer)?
    How will MICA regulation affect my business?
    What is a CASP (Crypto Asset Services Provider)?

    Next-gen privacy-
    preserving compliance

    We believe in a safe and fair Web3 ecosystem, where compliance can be achieved while safeguarding the privacy of the customers.
    This is why we have been working since 2021 on the future of compliance in web3 by leveraging Verifiable Credentials, and ZKP (Zero knowledge proof) technology.