Bitcoin exchange without KYC verification

Many exchanges require KYC verification only if wire transfers are involved.

If only crypto is traded (i.e. Litecoin => Bitcoin) there is no requirement for verification.

Some exchanges also don't require KYC verification if e-money are used (like PerfectMoney, PaySafeCard, SolidTrust Pay).

Also, there are many "e-money exchanges" that do not require verification if you use their services to trade e-money and/or cryptocurrency.

Verification is usually required only when using insecure payment methods like PayPal or SWIFT/SEPA wire transfers (because banks require KYC verification).

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