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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.
How It Works
Applying the Certificate Authority Model to Reliably Identify and Verify VASPs
The CA model is one that has been developed and used by the Internet for over 20 years. The model has been successfully used to establish trust across untrusted networks and facilitate the secure electronic transfer of information for a range of network activities such as e-commerce, internet banking, and government communications. It provides proven and well-established trust models, audit procedures, issuance, and revocation mechanisms
Global VASP Directory and TRISA Certificate Authority Enables Trusted Information Sharing
TRISA Directory and Certificate Authority (CA) the community is able verify the authenticity of VASPs through Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). PKI is a trusted security building block adopted from the International Standardization Organization (ISO), used for e-commerce and government communications
Translation Layer Delivers Critical Interoperability
Multiple approaches have emerged to address travel rule obligations and the specific needs of individual geographies, creating a complex web of many-to-many message translation requirements for global interoperability. The TRISA translation interface simplifies the complexity of many-to-many message protocol interpretation.
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TRISA Board of Director members Carol Van Cleef, Dave Jevans, and John Jeffries present at…
TRISA and TRISA's Technical Subcommittee announce the release of version 9 (v9 ) of the…