Unlike offshore exchanges, none of the U.S.-based cryptocurrency exchanges, such as Coinbase Kraken, has Worldcoin listed. Worldcoin notes that WLD tokens are not available to persons or companies residing in the United States. However, World ID and TFH’s World App are still available in the United States.
Worldcoin, the most widely distributed digital currency, is making waves in the cryptocurrency world. The WLD token, alongside World ID, will be used for protocol governance and form the foundation of the largest privacy-preserving identity and financial network. However, US-based cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coinbase and Kraken do not currently list Worldcoin. The WLD tokens are unavailable to US persons or companies, although World ID and TFH’s World App remain available in the United States.
According to the whitepaper, the majority of WLD tokens will be given to individuals simply for being unique humans. The majority of humans who are alive today will receive WLD tokens, making it the most widely distributed digital currency. This makes Worldcoin an attractive option for those who want to be part of a digital currency that is accessible to everyone.
Worldcoin is not intended to be available for use, purchase, or access by US persons, including US citizens, residents, or persons in the United States, or companies incorporated, located, or resident in the United States, or who have a registered agent in the United States. Worldcoin is not alone in restricting access to its services. US persons are restricted from accessing services of countries or regions such as Syria, Crimea, Donetsk, Luhansk, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia regions of Ukraine, Russia, North Korea, Iran, or Cuba.
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