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Does somebody know, if they are suitable for:

1. Send them cryptocurrency in ETH, USDT, which was previously stored in a cold wallet, for the purpose of further transfer to the account of other banks or a broker such as IB. Will banks and brokers have any questions after transactions from Xapo?

2. Send them cryptocurrency in ETH, USDT and use them as a broker, buying shares and ETFs through them. As far as I understand, they themselves act as a broker. And they take 1% fee, which is quite a bit, but still. By the way, I still don’t understand where they are registered as a broker, what kind of deposit guarantee is there (20k like in Europe?) and whether they are even a full-fledged broker. Is it safe to buy stocks through them for the purpose of storing them for many years in Xapo? Or is it better to buy and then transfer them to an account, for example, IB?

3. Send them cryptocurrency, convert to fiat, and use their bank to buy real estate in Europe and other countries.

4. What passports do they accept for registration? Do you need a Euro passport or not? Also, what about CRS?
 
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1. Xapo will most likely ask where you got it from so be ready for that. Banks and brokers will ask questions based on different factors.

2. They are registered in Gibraltar and they cover 100k EUR.
3. They offer personal IBAN accounts so that's possible.

4. AFAIK EU only. As for CRS:

What information will you report?
We include the following information in annual tax reports:
 
It’s also possible that I transferred cryptocurrency to them, converted it into USD, and then they asked for an SAW and it didn’t satisfy them. Can they just block my cryptocurrency/USD and I'll just lose everything? Or if they don’t like my origin of the funds, will they simply return everything back to me - cryptocurrency to the same wallets from which I sent them?
 
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That can and will most likely happen, but they won't let you convert and then ask for proof of whatever. Once your deposit hits their account, that's when they will ask whatever they want to ask. As for losing anything, that won't happen, if at any point the docs you provide do not satisfy them they will just send the money back from where it came from.
 
1. Xapo will most likely ask where you got it from so be ready for that. Banks and brokers will ask questions based on different factors.

2. They are registered in Gibraltar and they cover 100k EUR.
3. They offer personal IBAN accounts so that's possible.

4. AFAIK EU only. As for CRS:

What information will you report?
We include the following information in annual tax reports:
standard for all banks as I remember from last years report by one of the banks I used.
 
Only FIAT now - but I won't be surprised if that change over the next 1 -2 years!
Same as Swissquote?

Only FIAT now - but I won't be surprised if that change over the next 1 -2 years!
And what if crypto totally legit but comes from 3rd people? They won’t report CRS about this crypto (they only report fiat) and they won’t ask for source of crypto funds came to to your Xapo account?
 
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I would not use their bank to buy real estate in Europe, to do so you would want to use a real bank in Europe.
 
1. Xapo will most likely ask where you got it from so be ready for that. Banks and brokers will ask questions based on different factors.

2. They are registered in Gibraltar and they cover 100k EUR.
3. They offer personal IBAN accounts so that's possible.

4. AFAIK EU only. As for CRS:

What information will you report?
We include the following information in annual tax reports:
In the other thread Icve asked soecificially about the eligibility if nonEEA oassports and one op mentioned "alot of friends" outsude EEA having the accounts. Is this the usual OCT bias and these are all EEA passports ?? Is there anyone here, after years of oct forum with nonEEA passport and one emi account opened?
 
In the other thread Icve asked soecificially about the eligibility if nonEEA oassports and one op mentioned "alot of friends" outsude EEA having the accounts. Is this the usual OCT bias and these are all EEA passports ?? Is there anyone here, after years of oct forum with nonEEA passport and one emi account opened?
A good friend of mine from North Africa (obviously non-EEA) opened with Bankera, Xapo as we discuss here, and Zenus. They all accepted crypto off-ramp and had no issues.
 
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