Net Currency

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  • Who can use Net Currency?

    Anyone with a need for global multi-currency account, such as parents and student of international schools, students and scholars studying abroad, expat community, and companies with global businesses and branches.

  • What services can Net Currency provide?

    Global multi-currency account, money transfer, global investment, asset management, and payment services.

  • How to register for a Net Currency account?

    The first batch of users are by invite only. Please ask your friends for a invite code.

  • What type of account can a user register?

    Individual account or company account.

  • How many currencies can Net Currency support?

    The global currency account supports top 9 global currencies : United States Dollar USD, European Euro EUR, Chinese Yuan CNY, Hong Kong Dollar HKD, Japanese Yen JPY, British Pound GBP, Singapore Dollar SGD, Australia Dollar AUD, and Canadian Dollar CAD. Support for the entire 180 currencies are being planned.

  • How to transfer funds, convert currency, make remittance, and withdraw funds?

    Once user register for an account, he/she can apply to open global currency account. It’s easy and secure to transfer funds in, convert currency, make remittance, and withdraw funds. (Note: China mainlad residents have an annual quota of USD 50,000 per China SAFE (State Administration of Foreign Exchange) regulations.

  • How to invest in global equity markets and asset management services?

    Net Currency is linking directly with global equity markets and asset management companies to provide trading and asset management services.

  • What are Net Currency’s forex liquidity sources?

    Yes. Net Currency’s forex liquidity comes from two sources: 1) liquidity pool among its use base; 2) linking with world’s top forex trading houses.

  • What is NECO ™ Block Chain ?

    NECO ™ Block Chain is the proprietary block chain technology we developed to power the transaction of Net Currency. NECO Block Chain has the following features: 1) trading grade real-time response; 2) supports multi-currency; 3) support multi exchanges and trading destinations; 4) support multi financial instruments: forex, equities, bonds, index and ETF, gold, and more; 5) open source platform for third-party developers.

  • Who are Net Currency’s partners?

    Net Currency works with global top tier banks and financial institutions to provide digital fintech services such as forex trading, money exchange and remittance, and global investment.

  • How Net Currency will be regulated?

    Net Currency and its subsidiaries are registering with the following jurisdictions for regulatory oversights.

    • Hong Kong (China)
      Customs and Excise Department (CCE) of Hong Kong, registering as a Money Service Operator (MSO)
    • China (Mainland)
      People’s Republic of China, Small Foreign Exchange Remittance (SFER) License.
    • Japan
      Kanto Local Financial Bureau, registering as a Funds Transfer Provider.
    • Canada
      Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) as a Money Service Business (MSB).
    • United States
      Partnering with a financial institution with federal and state money transmitter license, and supervised by the Office of the Comptroller of Currency of U.S.
    • European Union
      Partnering with National Bank of Belgium (NBB) as an Authorised Payment Institution, with passporting rights across the EEA.
    • United Kingdom and European Economic Area (EEA)
      Registering as an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, with passporting rights across the EEA.
    • Singapore
      Incorporating and registering as a remittance business by The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
    • Malaysia
      Registering with Bank Negara Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia) and with Remittance (Class B) licence.
    • Australia
      Registering with the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), and the Financial Intelligence Unit (AUSTRAC) as a money remitter.
    • New Zealand
      Registering as a Foreign Entity with Department of Internal Affairs (DIA).
    • United Arab Emirates (UAE)
      Registering with Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA).
    • India
      Registering with Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for facilitating outward remittances from India under the guidelines set out by RBI in the FED Master Direction No. 19 2015/2016.
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