Difference between revisions of "Restricted crypto address"

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* Blacklisted manually by us (e.g. scammers we have identified)
* Blacklisted manually by us (e.g. scammers we have identified)
* Associated with sanctioned entities (e.g. [https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/financial-sanctions/specially-designated-nationals-and-blocked-persons-list-sdn-human-readable-lists OFAC SDNs])
* Associated with sanctioned entities (e.g. [https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/financial-sanctions/specially-designated-nationals-and-blocked-persons-list-sdn-human-readable-lists OFAC SDNs])
* Associated with illegal services (e.g. dark markets)
* Associated with illegal services (e.g. credit card data vendors)
* Associated with probable illegal services (e.g. ponzi schemes)
* Associated with probable illegal services (e.g. dark markets, ponzi schemes)


==Further steps==
==Further steps==

Revision as of 12:41, 29 July 2021

Overview

There are certain cryptocurrency addresses that Bittylicious will not send funds to under any circumstances.

Addresses that are blacklisted typically fall under the following categories:

  • Blacklisted manually by us (e.g. scammers we have identified)
  • Associated with sanctioned entities (e.g. OFAC SDNs)
  • Associated with illegal services (e.g. credit card data vendors)
  • Associated with probable illegal services (e.g. dark markets, ponzi schemes)

Further steps

There is no way to override this functionality in Bittylicious and our staff are unable to assist you sending cryptocurrency to these addresses.

Bittylicious staff also will not state whether or why an address has been blacklisted.

You will need to send cryptocurrency to another address, ideally one you fully own yourself.