New York, NY, December 12, 2022 – (SEAPRWire) – The world’s leading decentralized short video platform – DiamondTok recently announced that it has officially obtained the MSB license from the US. The platform is bound to step up its efforts to enter the European and American markets in compliance, which also means that the platform’s prelude to globalization has officially begun.
The MSB (Money Services Business) license is issued by the Financial Crimes Enforcement Agency (“FinCEN”) under the U.S. Department of the Treasury. The department mainly supervises companies engaged in money service-related businesses to combat financial crimes in the United States and abroad. Companies that have obtained this license will be able to legally conduct currency transactions and related businesses in the 50 local states.
The successful acquisition of the license by DiamondTok is not only conducive to the compliance expansion of the platform’s business, but also lays a legal foundation for the platform to launch related businesses in the United States in the future. At the same time, as a platform supervised by law enforcement agencies, it will provide users and investors with greater confidence, at the same time reduce user’s risk.
Users who would like to verify can do so through the following steps:
1. Open the URL: https://www.fincen.gov/msb-registrant-search
2. Enter the MSB license number of DiamondTok: 31000231292567
3. Click ‘Search’
In the future, DiamondTok will still uphold the original intention of conducting business with honesty and integrity, and will establish a new short video ecosystem for worldwide users that benefits everyone.
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SOURCE: DiamondTok Sdn Bhd
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