Revolut Starts Tracing Cryptocurrency Transactions with Elliptic
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Revolut, a fintech company, has entered into a partnership with Elliptic, a blockchain forensics company. According to an announcement, the London-based company will use Elliptic's blockchain analytics products for risk management.

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Particularly, Revolut will be using the following products: Elliptic Lens, Navigator and Forensics. Ed Cooper, Head of Crypto at Revolut, says the company plans to enhance its offering on the cryptocurrency market.

"Elliptic's reputation as the global leader in cryptoasset risk management made them the clear choice as Revolut’s compliance partner in the UK," Cooper added.

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The new partnership comes a few days after the fintech company opened withdrawals for cryptocurrencies for limited users. As iHodl earlier reported, the British fintech company added the possibility to withdraw bitcoin (EXANTE: Bitcoin). The new feature is only available to British users who have a Metal account.

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