Anti-Money Laundering (AML) policy

Last Updated: Aug 01, 2023.


Caesium Lab is a leading provider of cryptocurrency services, offering a wide range of solutions, including Wallet, Token, Exchange, NFT, and P2P trading. As a responsible and law-abiding entity, Caesium Lab is fully committed to upholding the highest standards of compliance with anti-money laundering (AML) and combating the financing of terrorism (CFT) regulations. This Anti-Money Laundering Policy outlines the measures and procedures we have in place to prevent, detect, and report any suspicious activities related to money laundering or terrorist financing through the use of our services.

AML Compliance Officer:

Caesium Lab designates a qualified AML Compliance Officer who is responsible for overseeing the company's AML program. The Compliance Officer ensures that all employees are well-informed about AML regulations and policies, and they are provided with appropriate training to effectively implement and maintain compliance measures.

Customer Due Diligence (CDD):

a. Identification and Verification: Prior to onboarding any user, Caesium Lab conducts thorough customer due diligence to verify the identity of our customers. We collect and verify relevant identification documents and information to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations.

b. Enhanced Due Diligence (EDD): In situations where higher-risk customers or transactions are identified, Caesium Lab applies enhanced due diligence measures. This involves obtaining additional information to better understand the user's background, the source of funds, and the intended purpose of transactions.

Transaction Monitoring:

a. Real-Time Monitoring: Caesium Lab employs advanced transaction monitoring tools to detect and analyze suspicious or potentially fraudulent activities in real-time. Our monitoring system is regularly updated to adapt to evolving risks and to ensure maximum effectiveness.

b. Reporting: Any detected suspicious transactions or activities will be promptly reported to the appropriate regulatory authorities, as required by law. Caesium Lab cooperates fully with law enforcement and regulatory agencies in any investigations related to potential money laundering or terrorist financing activities.

Record Keeping:

Caesium Lab maintains comprehensive records of customer due diligence, transaction data, and any suspicious activity reports. These records are securely stored and made available to relevant authorities as needed, in compliance with data protection laws.

Training and Awareness:

a. Employee Training: All Caesium Lab employees undergo regular AML and CFT training to keep them updated on the latest developments in regulatory requirements and to enhance their ability to recognize and respond to suspicious activities effectively.

b. Customer Awareness: Caesium Lab provides educational resources and materials to our customers, promoting awareness about AML/CFT risks and the importance of their cooperation in maintaining a safe and compliant environment.

Prohibited Activities:

Caesium Lab strictly prohibits the use of its services for any illicit or illegal activities, including money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud, or any other criminal conduct. Any user found to be engaged in such activities will have their accounts terminated, and appropriate legal actions will be taken.


Caesium Lab is committed to being at the forefront of compliance with AML and CFT regulations. We continuously monitor and improve our AML program to stay ahead of emerging risks and maintain a secure platform for our customers. By working closely with regulatory authorities and customers alike, we aim to contribute to the global efforts in combating money laundering and terrorist financing, fostering trust and confidence in the cryptocurrency industry.

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