Why KYC is necessary?

Why KYC is necessary?

Doing KYC is highly recommended to every user since it clarifies the ownership of the account by a person or a corporate. Doing KYC on SynchroBit™ provides you with:

·       The right to own your account and its funds at any circumstances

·       The right to use Fiat assets and wallets

·       The right to use all features of SynchroBit™

·       Getting end-to-end support from the support team

·       Benefiting from all promotions and rewards of the platform

·       Securing your account against theft and illegal usage

·       Legal right to manage your account in case of force takeover

·       Increasing your deposit and withdrawal limits

·       Decreasing your Trading Fees

·       And many more



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