Uppsala, a blockchain safety service supplier for crypto AML/CTF, transaction danger administration, regulatory compliance, and transaction monitoring, has introduced right now that it has signed a contract to provide digital asset AML options to KODA (Korea Digital Asset), a South Korean crypto change.
Via the contract with Uppsala Safety, KODA will obtain full entry to Uppsala Safety’s Menace Intelligence Database (TRDB), Crypto Evaluation Transaction Visualization (CATV), and Crypto Evaluation Danger Evaluation (CARA) instruments.
KODA is a digital asset custody service firm established by Kookmin Financial institution (KB), South Korea’s largest financial institution, based mostly on expertise offered by blockchain developer Haechi Labs and in affiliation with Hashed. The corporate supplies a one-stop digital asset custody service specialised in firms and establishments and has signed Wemade as its first buyer.
By changing into an energetic person of Uppsala Safety’s Menace Intelligence knowledge hub (TRDB), KODA can strengthen its Anti-Cash Laundering (AML) and Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF) fund monitoring capabilities by checking and reviewing prematurely whether or not the pockets addresses of the deposited funds are blacklisted wallets associated to the Darkish Net or hacking/monetary crimes.
As well as, Uppsala Safety’s CARA software, which makes use of Synthetic Intelligence (AI) and Machine Studying (ML) mechanisms to detect varied on-chain transaction patterns based mostly on blacklisted pockets addresses conduct, helps with associating a danger stage to pockets addresses that aren’t labeled but in Uppsala Safety’s Menace Intelligence knowledge hub (TRDB), in order that the chance of interacting with suspicious wallets could be mitigated and categorized prematurely by grading them.
Uppsala Safety additionally defined that if digital asset transactions concerned in crimes reminiscent of fraud are discovered at a later time, pockets transaction flows could be tracked and monitored in real-time by means of the Digital Asset Monitoring Safety Resolution (CATV) to additional strengthen Regulatory Compliance and stop digital asset Cash Laundering.
In keeping with Uppsala Safety, the corporate is presently working full steam forward on growing a very new modern digital asset Fraud Detection System (FDS) answer that may block high-risk transactions prematurely by pre-checking the chance of numerous pockets addresses with only one click on.
“KODA’s AML and inner management safety system are already working on the stage of the present monetary sector and business’s necessities, however we anticipate to have the ability to deal with digital property above the Authorities’s regulatory requirements by moreover introducing Uppsala Safety’s Anti-Cash Laundering and Transaction Monitoring options. We’re additionally reviewing the introduction of a digital asset-specialized FDS answer that Uppsala Safety will quickly launch.”
– Ko Young-joo, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at KODA