Bisq
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Buy and sell bitcoin for fiat (or other cryptocurrencies) privately and securely using Bisq's peer-to-peer network and open-source desktop software. No registration required.

KYC LEVEL 0

The exchange ToS do not mention that it will ever request the user for a KYC verification.

Peer to peer trading Non-custodial wallet No registration needed Open source code Strict no-KYC policy Refunds do not require KYC Peer to peer network No JavaScript needed
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Transaction Monitoring

Bisq does not monitor user transactions or activities directly. It is a peer-to-peer network without central servers where users trade directly with each other. Transactions occur in multisignature addresses controlled solely by the trading peers themselves.

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User Identification

Bisq does not require registration, so users' privacy is protected, and they can begin trading instantly without verifying their identity.

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3rd Party Data Sharing

Bisq does not hold any user data or share data with third parties. All data is transferred over Bisq's own secure peer-to-peer network built on Tor, without central servers. No data is stored on who trades with whom.

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Data sharing with authorities

Bisq does not have any user data to share with authorities since it does not collect or store data about its users.

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Logging

Bisq does not log any user data, IP addresses or transactions since it operates in a decentralized manner without central servers storing this information.

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Blocking of funds

Bisq cannot block or freeze user funds directly. All bitcoin traded is secured in 2-of-2 multisignature addresses controlled solely by the trading peers themselves.

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Account termination/blocking

Bisq does not have user accounts that could be terminated or blocked. It is decentralized software that users run on their own machines without registration or accounts managed by Bisq.

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Transaction flagging

There is no explicit statement indicating that Bisq has a system for flagging suspicious transactions. As a decentralized peer-to-peer network, it does not appear to monitor or flag transactions itself.

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