Getting Started With TRISA
Welcome to TRISA!
The Travel Rule Information Sharing Architecture (TRISA) is a global, open source, secure, and peer-to-peer protocol for Travel Rule compliance. TRISA helps Virtual Asset Service Providers (VASPs) comply with the Travel Rule for cross-border cryptocurrency transactions. TRISA’s Global Directory Service (GDS) is a network of vetted VASPs that can securely exchange Travel Rule compliance data with each other.
TRISA has created a brief guide to help operators, regulators, compliance officers, and technical implementers understand how TRISA’s messaging protocol works. Learn how to become a TRISA-verified VASP, along with member benefits and responsibilities. Please send feedback to [email protected].
From “The Basics” to “Working with Secure Envelopes”
TRISA is an open-source framework to support VASPs in sharing sender and receiver information to comply with Travel Rule requirements without compromising privacy. By applying a proven Certificate Authority (CA) model, TRISA reliably identifies and verifies VASPs to enable interoperability and ensure Personally Identifiable Information (PII) stays private and not sent to the wrong entity. The peer-to-peer design eliminates a single point of failure and provides resilience against attacks and scales to accommodate extreme volumes. VASPs and financial institutions can immediately begin using TRISA to comply with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) and Bank Secrecy Act (BSA) requirements as well as Travel Rule guidelines.
The guide is divided into seven segments:
- The Basics
- Getting Certified
- Member Benefits
- Member Responsibilities
- Global Directory Service
- Working With Secure Envelopes
- Additional Resources
Get to Know TRISA
The complete guide is available for download via SlideShare. The videos are hosted on TRISA’s Youtube channel. Each video covers one segment of the guide. Videos are 2-6 minutes in length, depending on the topic.
|View & Download Guide on SlideShare
|View the playlist on Youtube
Additional Resources & Support Channels
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