Current guidelines and requirements for KYC verification are subject to change or amendment at any time, based on revised laws or statutes that may be required by the jurisdictions in which we operate.
1. Restricted Jurisdictions
Stable Universal does not provide service to individuals or institutions (“Applicants”) resident in the following countries/regions: Afghanistan, Russia, Congo, Cuba, North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), Libya, Yemen, Syria, or Iran. In addition, Stable Universal does not currently provide service to Applicants who are resident in the United States of America or who are ‘US Persons’. Applicants from Mainland China are reviewed on a case by case basis, however account-holders from Mainland China having an institution that is domiciled and operated within other supported countries/regions may be able to register. Chinese individual users, who are a permanent resident of Hong Kong/ Macau/Taiwan, may register provided that their Identity has been verified via the Permanent Identity Card issued by the relevant local government.
2. What types of documents are accepted for ID Verification?
Stable Universal accepts most government-issued identification documents including: photo-ID, Passport, Resident Identity Card or Driver’s License. Please refer to the “Verification” page for more details.
3. How many accounts can I register?
For individual users, only one person and one identification document can be associated with one account (UID). But under each account (UID), there can be unlimited wallet addresses and banks associated to that account.
For institutional users, only one entity can be associated with each institutional account. If you own multiple entities, you can register for the corresponding institutional accounts by submitting the required documentation for each one. For example, Company A needs to use Company A’s corporate file to conduct the registration; while Company B needs to use Company B’s corporate file to conduct the registration. For multiple institutional accounts under one owner, the owner will only need to submit one form of qualified identification documents to complete the ID verification.