Sygna, Shyft Veriscope to Enhance Crypto Travel Rule Interoperability, Compliance

Sygna, the modular crypto AML compliance service provider, has partnered with Shyft Veriscope, the “frictionless” crypto Travel Rule compliance solution, in order “to bring a seamless user experience to Sygna’s users and the crypto industry one step closer towards full interoperability and a solution to the Travel Rule’s remaining ‘sunrise issue’.”

Veriscope will bolster Sygna’s versatile suite of compliance solutions which “includes Sygna Bridge, its own proprietary API-based Travel Rule protocol, Sygna Hub, a robust full-service AML compliance platform, and Sygna Gate, a browser-based AML compliance solution that requires no integration.”

Shyft Network, a public protocol for validating identity and power compliance directly into blockchain data, is known “for introducing trust in the most verifiable way in the domain of blockchain compliance.”

Its Travel Rule Solution, Shyft Veriscope, “makes counterparty VASP discovery convenient and non-intrusive and allows VASP-to-VASP data transfer without the need for intermediate or third-party storage.”

Sygna Bridge is “a lightweight API-based messaging service that enables VASPs to securely share all FATF Recommendation 16 Travel Rule-required originator and beneficiary information with one another through a private and secure tunnel, with support for all compliant virtual assets. It’s included in both Sygna’s Hub and Gate AML platforms.”

With this partnership, Sygna’s virtual asset service provider (VASP) customers “can exchange data and conduct Travel Rule transfers across Sygna Bridge and Veriscope and manage those transactions through a single, unified Compliance interface.”

Sygna Product Lead Eason Yang “defines the partnership as another major milestone for both Sygna and Shyft.”

“Since the FATF’s updated Recommendation 16 in 2019, Shyft and Sygna have been at the forefront of the battle to provide the same consistent and practical Travel Rule compliance experience for all VASPs globally. Interoperability between service providers is key to this, and today marks another big achievement for both parties. We have the highest regard for what Shyft brings to crypto compliance and look forward to collaborating even further in the future.”

The key Shyft collaboration, “long on both parties’ radar, will provide Sygna customers with a full-service platform for their AML compliance needs and make the Travel Rule process even more streamlined and comprehensive.”

It builds on Sygna’s previous high-profile integrations “with fellow AML leaders such as Elliptic, Chainalysis, Coinfirm, Merkle Science, Dow Jones, Refinitiv’s World-Check One and ComplyAdvantage.”

Zach Justein, Veriscope co-founder, echoed Yang’s sentiments:

“Veriscope’s integration with Sygna demonstrates our conviction to interoperability and our core objective to reduce friction for VASPs across the Travel Rule compliance process. We are excited to partner with Sygna, whose technology aligns with our mission and who has demonstrated great traction with their compliance solutions.”

Founded in 2019, Sygna claims it has quickly become “a leading player in the digital asset industry’s AML compliance space.”

With its commitment “to global Anti-Money-Laundering and Combating the Funding of Terrorism (AML/CFT) regulations and its endeavors with organizations such as the V20 Virtual Asset Service Providers Summit, Chamber of Digital Commerce, and Singapore’s ACCESS industry organization, Sygna is dedicated to helping VASPs, and financial institutions meet their AML compliance needs worldwide with the least disruption possible.”

With its prestigious ISO/IEC 27001 certification and Information Security Management System (ISMS) adherence, Sygna claims it has been “a trusted partner since 2020 for virtual asset service providers and financial institutions in complying with global Anti-Money-Laundering and Combating the Funding of Terrorism regulations.”

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