In order to prove the origin of your funds, you will need to provide a set of documents showing the origin of financial resources (fiat or crypto-assets) which you will use as part of your business relationship with Bity.

Below you will find a non-exhaustive list of documents that we can accept to prove the origin of your funds for individuals and legal entities. Please note that in addition to the below documents, we also require you to provide us with a detailed explanation of the origin of your funds (.txt or .pdf format) in order to guide us.

All documentation has to be directly provided to us via our platform (once logged into your Bity account, just follow this link:


  • Salary or wage statements. IBAN(s), company names and your name must be clearly visible on all the provided documents. We also need at least one bank statement as example of the payments being received

  • The most recent tax return ( as well as the previous one if necessary )

  • Proof of the sale of real estate/property/others ( notarized contracts and bank statements with the income amount clearly visible as well as the names and the date of the transfer - provide all pages of the agreement including the signature and date )

  • Loan contracts followed with bank statements showing the income

  • Proof of the sale of shares in a company, capital assets or company investments

  • Proof of income from investments (e.g. art), such as contracts and payment receipts which contain information on both the buyer and the seller.

  • Proof of income from renting and leasing (e.g. rental agreement at the time of the agreement being signed and proof of the last rental payment)

  • Notarial proof, verified by a notary, of an inheritance or gift

  • For Legal entities, the latest certified financial report. Smaller companies (e.g. for limited liability companies), can submit these without certification


  • Cryptocurrencies purchased on other exchanges:

    • Screenshots of purchase and withdrawal confirmations displaying your account ID and all transaction details

    • Confirmation emails/receipts which provide proof of purchases or withdrawals

    • Screenshot of the exchange account details (your name and/or email address, as well as the name of the platform)

    • Transactions history

  • Income from services (e.g. affiliate incomes or other services)

    • Detailed description of the service (contract in case one is signed)

    • Receipts for services displaying names, crypto addresses or transaction ID (hash), contact details and information about the entities/persons involved and amounts in question

    • A screenshot of your account displaying that you are an affiliate

    • Screenshots of your wallets, which show their current income

    • Screenshots of your transactions history

  • Mining

    • Receipts for the purchase of mining hardware with the name of the buyer and seller displayed

    • Photos of mining hardware and screenshots of the platforms and programs used

    • Operating cost statements (e.g. electricity bills) also issued in the name that you have registered on Bity

    • Screenshots of mining revenues and rewards as well as the transactions history from and to wallets

    • If coins from mining activities have also been traded, screenshots displaying the transactions history are needed, which clearly display receipt on the respective exchange and the name of the account holder

  • Initial Coin Offering (ICO) and token sales

    • A copy of the contract (Token Purchase Agreement - TPA) displaying the name of the ICO, your name and the exact amount invested in the cryptocurrency and the equivalent value in fiat

    • Transaction ID (hash) related to the purchase of the token (wallet address where you received your tokens)

    • Bank statement, if a fiat currency was used for investing


  • Ideally and when possible, please provide us your documents in English or French

  • File types accepted: JPG/JPEG, PNG, PDF or TXT (in case you have other type of files, please reach our Support team and they'll guide you)

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