Your AML/KYC settings are created and configured here. One setting may be applied to all Terminals, or they may be individually configured, or anywhere in-between.
AML/KYC may be the most important aspect of your business, and it’s very important that you configure your system to comply with your regional laws. SEEK LEGAL COUNSEL!
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High risk transactions are those determined by a 3rd party after a target wallet address (BUY) or a sending address (SELL) is used. When enabled, transactions that are identified as “high risk” will be disabled.
An external system will be used to search for identities, otherwise the internal system will be used for identifying. This option should be enabled only if you use the instruction "Nothing, Go To Website" (see below).
After being used by an Identity, a crypto-address will become exclusive to that Identity (for the “X” days specified in the Pinning Window).
Security measure to deter scamming.
Other Identities won’t be able to use the same wallet address during that window.
Pinning Window (in days)
See: Cryptoaddress Pinning (above).
Travel Rule Configuration
the “Travel” rule requires all financial institutions to pass on certain information to the next financial institution, in certain funds transmittals involving more than one financial institution.
Setting is ignored - unless configured in Organization settings.
Premium Customers are preferred customers with the highest limits. If implemented, these amounts must exceed all others.
The “Cash Limit Per Transaction” amount here must be higher than the Registered limit.
No button is displayed on the BATM screen for this tier - customers using this tier are “Registered” but enjoy the higher limits associated with this tier.
All configurations offer these options (except Premium):
Hide ____ tier button on terminal screen
When checked/enabled, the limit will not be available to the user at the BATM.
Enable cash payments
When checked, cash sales can use this limit.
Default = enabled.
Enable card payments
When checked, card payments can use this limit.
Default = disabled.
Total Terminal Limits
Restrict aggregate transactions to specific amounts, or leave it at zero for no restrictions. This limit prevents the BATM from running out of fiat (and being out of service), or exceeding safe amounts in the cashbox.
Cash Limit Per Transaction* must be NON-ZERO!
Cash Limit Per Hour*
Cash Limit Per Day*
Cash Limit Per Week* (US and GB: Sun-Sat, everywhere else: Mon-Sun)
Cash Limit Per Month* (All transactions between right now and right now minus 1 month. Ie. for right now being 28.2.2023 02:00:00 the result would be: 28.2.2023 02:00:00 - 1 month = 28.1.2023 02:00:00. All transactions between 28.2.2023 02:00:00 and 28.1.2023 02:00:00 28 will be calculated into the limit)
Cash Limit Per 3 Months*
Cash Limit Per 12 Months*
Cash Limit Per Calendar Year Quarter*
Cash Limit Per Calendar Year*
Cash Limit Per Day And Crypto Address*
Total Cash Limit Per Crypto Address*
Drag and Drop verification methods from the list on the right, to the appropriate section. Items will be requested in the order they are placed.
Registration items are required to comply with your policies.
Authentication items are required prior to a transaction to prove a customer’s identity.
Items with a checkbox may be configured further (click on the checkbox).
Set a key for the primary authentication method!
the key is the PRIMARY method used by CAS to identify the user; the Identity.
An “umbrella” is an optional item that will only be requested if missing.
Total Terminal Limits
These settings are useful for preventing cash outages or excessive cash onsite.
Cash Limit Per Day For Buy*: set the maximum BUY cash amount per BATM. Cash Limit Per Day For Sell*: set the maximum SELL cash amount per BATM.