AML Compliance For Crypto Exchanges - Case Study

This case study was prepared for the crypto company and provides information on how the Sanction Scanner helps cryptocurrency exchanges to ensure AML and KYC compliance. To access the full Case Study, please fill out the form below.

About is one of the stock exchanges of the growing cryptocurrency industry. offers investors reliable trading opportunities with innovative solutions for the cryptocurrency industry. Transactions on are carried out independently by traders, and it is ensured that buyers and sellers meet in a reliable environment. The value of the crypto coins exchanged on the platform is determined entirely by the market mechanism without any external intervention. aims to bring independent investors together on a transparent and impartial platform., trying to raise the money crypto sector in Turkey.

AML Screening Solution for Cryptocurrency Exchanges

Cryptocurrency Exchanges are under the obligation of Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and Know Your Customer (KYC). With the growing interest in cryptocurrency, hundreds of cryptocurrency exchanges start servicing every year. Cryptocurrency exchanges, which have millions of customers, must provide their services in compliance with AML and KYC regulations. FATF, the European Union, and many local regulators have included crypto exchanges in the fight against financial crimes with the regulations they force.

According to the researches, it is estimated that criminals laundered $ 2.8 billion money through crypto exchanges in 2019. These threats on crypto exchanges have made crypto exchanges compulsory to take effective measures. This case study contains information about the difficulties experienced by, a crypto exchange, in AML compliance processes and the solutions it finds against these challenges. 

"With Sanction Scanner, we can scan the receiver and sender in current sanction and PEP data in seconds. With the API, we perform the entire control process automatically without delaying customer transactions.”

Atilla Çay / Head of Operations at

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