Celsius Compliance

Crypto has come from relative obscurity to mainstream within a short decade. Worldwide regulators are now stepping in to identify suspicious activities related to the exploitation of cryptocurrencies for money laundering, sanctions evasion, and illicit financing purposes.

Celsius Network is a leading Centralized Finance (CeFi) platform that allows users to earn reward interest on deposits as well as borrow against crypto at industry-low rates (crypto-backed loans).

The Celsius AUM (Assets Under Management) have grown exponentially since it’s launch in 2017, the company has to follow all laws and regulations surrounding regulatory compliance and Anti-Money Laundering (AML) procedures and laws. Celsius takes compliance extremely seriously. They have an experienced AML Program with a knowledgeable team of AML pros that are Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS).

In addition, Celsius is focused on corporate transparency. Please read more about the Celsius Proof of Community, Rewards Explorer and Horizen Blockchain Audit.

Compliance Certifications

ISO 27001

(April 2021)

ISO 27001 is widely known, providing requirements for an information security management system (ISMS), though there are more than a dozen standards in the ISO/IEC 27000 family. ISO 27001 was formally known as ISO/IEC 27001:2005. Using ISO standards enable organizations of any size to manage the security of assets such as financial information, intellectual property, employee details or information entrusted by third parties. An ISMS is a framework of policies and procedures that includes all legal, physical and technical controls involved in an organization’s information risk management processes.


Delaware C

February 2018
Company: 6748208
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Corporate compliance is the steps a corporation takes to make sure its corporate veil cannot be pierced. To obtain limited liability protection of your personal assets, incorporating is the first and most important step. However, to maintain this protection, you must operate your business separately from yourself and keep your corporation in compliance with all annual maintenance requirements. Annual maintenance requirements include conducting meetings, keeping meeting minutes, drafting resolutions to authorize corporate actions, maintaining a Registered Agent and paying your Franchise Taxes.


FinCEN MSB

March 2018
Company: 31000192265811
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The term “money services business” includes any person doing business, whether or not on a regular basis or as an organized business concern, in one or more of the following capacities:

  1. Currency dealer or exchanger. 
  2. Check casher. 
  3. Issuer of traveler’s checks, money orders or stored value. 
  4. Seller or redeemer of traveler’s checks, money orders or stored value. 
  5. Money transmitter.
  6. U.S. Postal Service.

An activity threshold of greater than $1,000 per person per day in one or more transactions applies to the definitions of: currency dealer or exchanger; check casher; issuer of traveler’s checks, money orders or stored value; and seller or redeemer of travelers’ checks, money orders or stored value. The threshold applies separately to each activity — if the threshold is not met for the specific activity, the person engaged in that activity is not an MSB on the basis of that activity. No activity threshold applies to the definition of money transmitter. Thus, a person who engages as a business in the transfer of funds is an MSB as a money transmitter, regardless of the amount of money transmission activity.


SEC Regulation

September 2020
Company: 021-370838
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SEC Form D is a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It is required for some companies, selling securities in a Regulation (Reg) D exemption or with Section 4(6) exemption provisions. Form D is a short notice, detailing basic information about the company for investors in the new issuance. Such information may include the size and date of the offering, along with the names and addresses of a company’s executive officers. This notice is in lieu of more traditional, lengthy reports when filing a non-exempt issuance.


SEC Regulation

April 2018
Company: 021-311253
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Form D is also known as the Notice of Sale of Securities and is a requirement under Regulation D, Section 4(6), and/or the Uniform Limited Offering Exemption of the Securities Exchange Act of 1933. This act, often referred to as the “truth in securities” law, requires that these registration forms, providing essential facts, are filed to disclose important information on a deal to partial owners – even in this less traditional form of registration of a company’s securities. Form D helps the SEC achieve the objectives of Securities Exchange Act of 1933, requiring that investors receive appropriate data prior to purchasing. It also helps prohibit fraud in the sale.