We operate as a knowledge and service-based entity, offering educational and advisory services to individuals and businesses on secure Bitcoin management practices.
Our services are designed to help clients utilize publicly available open-source hardware, software, and other resources to securely manage their Bitcoin assets.
We do not sell or resell any hardware or software. Our recommendations are based on publicly available open-source solutions that clients can obtain from reputable vendors.
We are not a financial institution, a bank, or an investment advisor.
We do not facilitate the buying or selling of Bitcoin or any other financial assets. All financial transactions are to be conducted by the client through their chosen platforms.
Our services promote the self-custody model, allowing clients to have full control and sovereignty over their Bitcoin assets.
We do not have access to, nor do we store, any client funds or assets.
Our collaborative custody service is structured to help clients securely manage their Bitcoin assets collaboratively without sacrificing control or privacy.
This service utilizes the open-source application Nunchuk to enable a secure and user-friendly collaborative custody experience.
In this model, the client retains full control over their assets, and the key recovery process is solely under the client's control. We do not have the ability to sign transactions or initiate key recovery on behalf of our clients.
We offer consultation services to provide tailored guidance based on each client's unique circumstances and requirements.
Our consultation services cover a range of topics including, but not limited to, Bitcoin self-custody, node setup, wallet setup, and inheritance planning.
We uphold a strong commitment to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of our clients' information.
Our operations are designed to respect and uphold privacy standards, ensuring a secure and confidential client experience.
AML (Anti-Money Laundering) and KYC (Know Your Customer) are regulatory frameworks under U.S. law that mandate financial service providers to collect, maintain, and report user information.
At The Bitcoin Way, we don't act as fund custodians, as we never possess enough keys to authorize transactions. Consequently, we are not obligated to conduct "KYC" procedures, which involve collecting personal identifying information from our customers. This aligns with our commitment to user privacy and security.
To prevent inadvertent involvement in potential illegal activities, we take a hands-off approach when users lose their keys. Rather than direct signing, we provide users with clear instructions on how to independently recover their keys. This approach maintains compliance and ensures we're not directly engaged in the signing process, all while respecting user autonomy.
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