Introducing P2B Crypto Exchange With Orange Compliance Rating!

P2B crypto exchange with Orange Compliance rating
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In the list of crypto exchanges on CryptoCompare, P2B is listed at the 47th position with 56 points and a “B” rating. We recently discovered P2B as a launch platform for the Ponzi token REAL-TOK and therefore conducted an initial review. In Lithuania, Valerii Solodovnyk‘s Partida UAB is registered as a crypto business. There are other operating entities in various jurisdictions. We have added P2B to our Orange Compliance list.

P2B Crypto Exchange Key Data

Trading namesP2B
P2B Crypto Exchange
Business activityCrypto exchange
Social mediaLinkedIn
Legal entitiesPARTIDA UAB
JurisdictionsLithuania, Estonia,
Hong Kong, St. Vincent & The Grenadines
Ukraine, Spain
AuthorizationRegistered crypto business in Lithuania
Until Jan 2021 in Estonia
Related individualsValerii Solodovnyk (LinkedIn)
Payment processorsAdvcash, Payeer,
MoonPay, Simplex
Trustpilot 3.2-stars with an Average trust level
Compliance ratingOrange

The P2B Compliance Check

A Similarweb analysis shows that more than 5.1 million people visited the P2B website in the last 28 days before our review. This means that P2B attracts about as many people to its website as the US crypto exchange Kraken. By comparison, the Binance and Coinbase websites were visited by more than 44 million and 24 million people, respectively, in the last 28 days.

Valerii Solodovnyk and his crypto exchange network around P2B and Partida

Partida UAB d/b/a P2B is registered in Lithuania as a crypto service business and can therefore be active in other jurisdictions of the EU via passporting. In the P2B terms, the competent jurisdiction is United Kingdom, which seems strange because none of the operating companies is registered there.

In our compliance check on October 31, 2023, we were able to register with P2B without any issues. Even without a KYC check, we were able to make unlimited deposits via the Russian payment processor Advcash.

As partners for credit card payments, P2B has connected MoonPay and Simplex (by Nuvei). Also with credit/debit card, pre-KYC purchases of cryptocurrencies were possible up to $12,000 with MoonPay and $20,000 with Simplex.

Unlimited pre-KYC deposits would have been equally possible via cryptocurrencies.

We added P2B to our Orange Compliance list because of its KYC issuances.

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