For gaming operators, smooth and speedy onboarding is absolutely essential, however it can be made more complicated due to regulatory requirements, which can add friction to the journey.
Security is critically important to every business. We recently spoke with Rob Wood, technical vice president at global cyber security expert, NCC Group, to ask his view on ID verification.
Here’s what Rob had to say…
A recent research study carried out by CipherTrace has revealed that an astonishing $1.7 billion of cryptocurrency was obtained by illicit means in 2018.
With over 1,500 cryptocurrencies in existence, and billions of dollars being bought and sold on crypto exchanges, there are a plethora of opportunities for fraudsters to illicitly use the currency.
The UK Gambling Commission have released the new rules for operators to comply with, and they’re coming into effect on 7th May 2019. Are you prepared?
As outlined in my last blog (which can be found here), the UKGC have removed the 72-hour verification window within which operators previously had to verify that their consumers were over the age of 18. With the removal of the 72-hour window sees consumers having to be verified before they can play a free-to-play game and also before they deposit for any online gambling.
The cryptocurrency market is disrupting the way we think about money.
It’s very early days for the ‘digital currency’ space, but it has already shown the world that there is the potential for shaping the way we earn, send and spend our ‘money’ in the future… and that it’s probably here to stay.
A 3-point consideration guide for Gambling Operators – how do you mitigate risk to the objectives of the LCCP but remain ahead of the game.
The Gambling Commission (UKGC) are currently in consultation on age verification in respect of remote gambling and betting licences and time will run out to have your say on 27 November 2018.
We’re pleased to announce we are exhibiting at PayExpo in London later this year!
Secure and reliable identity verification is always going to be a top priority in financial services, but as digital advancements occur, consumers become more and more demanding of convenient processes.
With an abundance of digital data available, is there really any reason to rely so heavily on traditional paper sources anymore?
Earlier this week we had the pleasure of exhibiting our ID and personalised data solutions at the 3rd Money2020 Europe in Amsterdam.
Taking place over the course of 3 jam-packed days, starting first thing Monday 4th June and running until Wednesday afternoon, the event saw the largest tech organisations showcasing their new user-friendly technology for the financial market.