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Regulatory Information
On March 18, 2013, FinCEN published the Application of FinCEN's Regualations to Persons Administering, Exchanging, or UsingVirtual Currencies. MSB stands for Money Services Business and is regulated by FinCEN (Financial Crimes Enforcement Bureau, an agency of the U.S. Department of the Treasury). All businesses related to money services must apply for this license.
License introduction
The MSB (Money ServicesBusiness) license is a financial license issued by FinCEN (Financial Crimes Enforcement Bureau, a division of the U.S. Department of Treasury), which regulates money services related businesses and companies. The scope includes international remittances, foreign exchange, currency transactions/transfers (including digital/virtual currencies), ICO issuance, providing prepaid items, issuing traveler's checks, and other businesses.

U.S. MSB license search website: https://www.fincen.gov/msb-state-selector

MSB REGISTRATION NUMBER/DCN Here you can enter the license number (31000209742485)

LEGAL NAME Here you can enter your company name or license name (TETOM Group Limited)
Who needs an MSB license??
The MSB primarily regulates money services related businesses and companies, including digital money, virtual money transactions, 1CO issuance, and foreign exchange, international remittances, and other businesses. Companies engaged in these businesses in the United States must apply for an MSB license in order to operate legally.

Whether you are considering opening an investment account or engaging in other business partnerships, MSB Inquiries can provide you with background information on registered businesses and professionals, including MSB registered business contacts, operating history, financials, and exemption descriptions.

The MSB officially regulates businesses and professionals doing money services business in or with the United States and has a long-standing commitment to maintaining market stability and protecting the interests of investors. When investors' interests are violated, they can report the violation to the U.S. MSB officials.