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First AML KYC compliant coin for legitimate financial use on a global scale
Smart contract blockchain
AML BitCoin was created with anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism and theft-resistant properties built into the code of the coin, and as a result, it is compliant with a host of laws. AML Bitcoins are compliant with AML, CFT, AFF, OFAC, BSA, USA PATRIOT ACT, FACT and others.
NAC will also utilize a biometric identification system to verify owners of wallets that hold the AML BitCoin. This will provide additional security and safety features for ownership and use of the AML BitCoin.
There will be 76 Million AML BitCoin Tokens (AML Tokens) available for public purchase. Upon completion and activation of the AML BitCoin, AML Token holders will have the opportunity to exchange them for AML BitCoins on a 1:1 ratio. In making this exchange the token holder will have had to create a certified digital identity profile in association with the DTN.
This cryptocurrency seems to offer what many others have already did - an efficient online payment method. Even the name indicates that they are another bitcoin-like coin. They may have that advantage and possibly revolutionary feature of meeting all the KYC/AML regulations and adding anti-theft and anti-criminal features, as well as biometric identification, which will provide additional security and safety features for ownership and use of the coin. AML BitCoins are compliant with AML, CFT, AFF, OFAC, BSA, USA PATRIOT ACT, FACT and others. This allows them to be possibly used by companies and public institutions. On the other hand, cryptocurrencies have been initially made with as much anonymity and transparency as possible and this can't be guaranteed in that case. The site design doesn't look the best and the information provided on the site may be considered quite chaotic and it seems like it lacks significant details.
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I have an ongoing customer service issue with them for about 2 weeks where they refuse to send me back 0.4 ETH, that I deposited in my account on their ICO website. I was tricked into thinking that this is AMLT coin( a different ICO) due to Facebook adverts and now that I want my money back they are refusing to transfer it.
If an ICO of this allegedly magnitude is willing to compromise their image for 0.4 ETH I believe this token will go absolutely nowhere.
I refuse to buy their token regardless of what happens, as I do not want to encourage such behaviour, so I would rather lose my money than help them in any way.
I will post a full email transcript on their BItcointalk thread, so other people can decide for themselves.
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