privateness – What’s it that frees Bisq from all these KYC/AML legal guidelines and rules?


I really feel as if I ought to most likely not ask about this, and as an alternative simply quietly go on utilizing it in my little nook, not bringing any consideration to its existence, however I nonetheless should ask:

What’s it that permits Bisq (the decentralized change software program/community) from not having to comply with KYC/AML legal guidelines/rules?

The plain reply could also be “it is decentralized”, however let’s be actual: their web site, discussion board and Github repo are all very a lot centralized, and that is the one manner that I and 99% of its customers would be capable to get any updates, and doubtless for the already put in software program to have the ability to fetch updates as effectively. Even decentralized purposes all the time have some type of “hardcoded bootstrap record of nodes”, whether or not by hostname or IP tackle. Mainly, decentralized something is sort of an phantasm on this Web.

So, if it will get too huge and thus poses an actual menace, cannot “they” simply shut it down extraordinarily simply by simply taking away the domains/Github accounts, or simply going after the general public people who’re identified to run/develop the software program?

Is not it solely as a result of so few individuals use/find out about it that they “get away” with this?

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