Notabene was founded in 2020 to solve FATF’s Crypto Travel Rule. As crypto-native entrepreneurs, we realized how daunting–yet vital–regulatory compliance would be in this space.
Two of our founders previously created early Bitcoin startups which were shut down due to lack of proper regulation (Kipochi, Mondome, Yaykuy, and 37coins).
To solve Travel Rule compliance for the entire financial services industry, we began building a trusted data layer to blockchain transactions for protocol-agnostic communication.
Now, 20+ businesses use our holistic software to manage counterparty risk with 50+ counterparties without impeding their customer’s transaction flow.
But that’s just the beginning.
Notabene is on a path to remove global regulatory compliance complexity to cement crypto’s role in mainstream transactions.
Alice Nawfal, Co-Founder & COO
Ania Lipinska, Co-Founder & CPO
New York. US
Castle Island Ventures
Green Visor Capital
Gemini Frontier Fund
Charlie Delingpole, ComplyAdvantage CEO
Notabene raises $10.2M to help crypto exchanges comply with new global regulations
“Notabene’s software helps its 50-plus customers, many of which are crypto exchanges, comply with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) “travel rule” imposed in 2019. The travel rule requires crypto exchanges in FATF member countries to exchange customer-identifying information for transfers above $1,000 to ensure compliance with know-your-customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) regulations.”
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