Digital currency exchange Bitfinex is getting ready to try out a novel Anti-Money Laundering (AML) instrument on its platform. The firm reported Wednesday that it will test a new arrangement intended to work within the guidelines of the “Travel Rule,” an AML and Counter-Terrorism Financing guideline for financial establishments presented by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in 2019.

Bitfinex banded together with startup Notabene to carry out its software-as-a-service answer to recognize advanced resource accounts and track cross-border transactions. It will also provide consent for other commitments of virtual asset service providers (VASP). The combination will permit the firm to guarantee security while gathering and overseeing Travel Rule-related information.

As per the declaration, the arrangement permits Bitfinex to share, send and get counterparty data in conjunction with blockchain transactions to any counterparties utilizing a similar foundation. Bitfinex’s sister organization, Tether, which works the world’s biggest stablecoin, Tether (USDT), has additionally started utilizing Notabenes arrangement. Peter Warrack, Bitfinex’s chief compliance officer, said that Bitfinex has ” always taken a leading role in meeting new global regulatory requirements.”

Notabene CEO Pelle Brændgaard explained to Cointelegraph that the firm had dispatched its Travel Rule arrangement in August 2020. The service is capable of handling transactions among 50 distinct exchanges, including Paxful, Luno, Bitso, OnChain Custodian and others. Notabene has been running tests across numerous sites, incorporating a pilot with the Financial Services Regulatory Authority of Abu Dhabi Global Market since the beginning of October.