TRISA Launches Travel Rule Testnet to Support Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Other VASPs in Continuing Operations Under Increasingly Strict Compliance Regimes
TRISA’s Open-Source MVP and Testnet Enables Exchanges to Securely Share Sensitive Transaction Details to Comply with Travel Rule Regulations.
TRISA Feedback on Joint Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
- Harmonize all Travel Rule regulations at $1,000
- Waive address requirement for virtual currency travel rule compliance
- Allow twelve months for VASPs to comply
Travel Rule Information Sharing Alliance Introduces Critical Infrastructure to Address Interoperability Issues Presented by the FATF’s Travel Rule Requirements
TRISA VASP Directory and TRISA Certificate Authority to overcome the sunrise problem by bootstrapping trusted communication with Mutual VASP Authentication.
TRISA is proud to announce support and complete integration with the IVMS101 standard developed by InterVASP. This foundational messaging layer is a huge step towards travel rule information sharing that is compatible across borders.
John Jefferies, Co-Chairman of TRISA
Secure. Here Now.
With Travel Rule enforcement now a reality, it’s time to join the growing TRISA community. Download the open source code and begin your Travel Rule compliance – while protecting cryptocurrency users’ privacy. You’ll share in world-class expertise to make deployment fast and easy.
Free and open source software
Compliant and privacy-focused crypto business
TRISA adheres to the principles of open source software, which means the source code is available to the general public for use and/or modification from its original design free of charge. We believe this is not only the right thing to do, but also the right way to speed user integration and evolution of the architecture.
TRISA relies on trusted security building blocks to mutually authenticate recipients and defend the confidentiality of the shared PII. The TRISA organization also strives to protect and advocate cryptocurrency privacy while helping virtual asset businesses comply with the information sharing requirements under FATF and BSA Travel Rules.