One of the main complaints against investors in cryptocurrencies, as well as against crypto exchanges from the regulators, is that the KYC .

One of the main complaints against investors in cryptocurrencies, as well as against crypto exchanges from the regulators, is that the KYC (Know-Your-Customer) procedure is often violated. That is, it is often unclear to the authorities who is hiding behind a Bitcoin address or a digital wallet. And if in the case of the oldest cryptocurrency, at least according to the U.S. regulators, it is still possible to figure out who is sending the funds, then there are serious concerns about the blockchains of other cryptocurrencies—namely that it will not be possible to verify the transaction participants. But just how rational is requiring the cryptocurrency community to comply with KYC?

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