Running an exchange is a completely different business model -- my posts were all about managing/trading prop money.It won't be for crypto trading. The company itself will be an actual crypto exchange (similar to Binance and FTX) with advanced trading platforms. We have a team currently building it and it's due to launch soon. Would the BVI co with US-based silvergate/signature method work in this case?
To run a crypto exchange, it will be important to work with people qualified enough to guide you to make it bullet proof.
Otherwise you will run into deep trouble later on regarding things like AML and KYC and such.
And for that kind of business US would be the last place where you should do that imho.
BVI it would depend which kind of products you offer -- if its token against token you MAY not fall under SIBA regulation.
If however cash leg or stable coin pairs are involved, this will be different.
To make an exchange platform nowadays from the technical standpoint is 'easy' with the right coders.
To make it bullet proof legally, is a very different issue.
Best advice is to speak with proper lawyers who have experience in that sector and dont save on that as otherwise you will run into potential legal trouble. Only my two cents...