From the perspective of legal requirements and best practice, we inform that we do not provide services for clients* residing (permanently and (or) for tax purposes) of the following countries (territories):
* For the purposes of the documents clients mean legal entities, natural persons or non-corporate entities.





High-risk jurisdictions (territories) subject to a Call for Action under FATF-GAFI;

Jurisdictions (territories) under increased Monitoring under FATF-GAFI;

Jurisdictions (territories) with strategic deficiencies under FATF-GAFI;

Jurisdictions (territories), if under the laws and regulations of such jurisdictions (territories) engagement into agreement with its national or resident (natural person or entity) would be contrary to laws and regulations of such jurisdictions (territories);

Other jurisdictions (territories), if engagement into agreement with its national or resident (natural person or entity) may imply material adverse effects for the Company and (or) the Client.

From the perspective of legal requirements and best practice, we inform that we do not provide services for clients, residing of the following countries (territories):
Albania
American Samoa
Barbados
Botswana
Burkina Faso
Cambodia
Cayman Islands
Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
Democratic People's Republic of Korea
Ghana
Guam
Islamic Republic of Iran
Jamaica
Mauritius
Morocco
Myanmar
Nicaragua
Pakistan
Panama
Puerto Rico
Republic of Palau
Republic of Seychelles
Republic of the Marshall Islands
Senegal
Syria
The Federated States of Micronesia
The United States of America
Uganda
United States Minor Outlying Islands
United States Virgin Islands
Yemen
Zimbabwe
Unfortunately, we do not provide services for clients, residing at or nationals (regardless of place of permanent residency) of:
The United States of America
Risk disclosure information
1. Activities related to transactions (operations) with tokens are associated with a high level of risk of complete loss of funds and other objects of civil rights (investments) transferred in exchange for tokens (including as a result of volatility in the cost of tokens; technical failures (errors); illegal actions, including theft).
2. Remember that tokens are not means of payment and are not secured by the state.
3. Legal regulation of transactions with tokens does not have a uniform approach and the consequences of such transactions may have different legal assessments in different states.
4. The technologies used (including the blockchain technology, other distributed information system and similar technologies) do not exclude the risks of technical failures and errors in operation.