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  • The first DNB-registered crypto company, AMDAX, acquires BurgerCrypto

    Amsterdam, november 30th 2020 - AMDAX is the first crypto trader and asset manager in the Netherlands to have obtained registration with the Dutch National Bank. The company announces today that it has acquired BurgerCrypto. Through this acquisition, AMDAX wants to ensure that its clients can securely purchase, deposit and professionally manage cryptocurrency. AMDAX currently manages around €10 million in crypto assets and focuses on high-net-worth individuals and financial institutions.

    Read the full press release here.

  • AMDAX first provider of crypto services in the Netherlands registered by DNB

    Amsterdam, October 7th 2020 - Today, AMDAX B.V., based in the financial heart of Amsterdam, has been registered by De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB) as the first provider of crypto services in the Netherlands. This enables AMDAX to process crypto transactions and store crypto currencies. Since the May 21st, the Dutch government is applying new legislation related to crypto, based on European guideline AMLD5.

    Read the full press release here.

  • BNR CryptoCast

    Amsterdam, 15 oktober 2020 - Cryptocast 137 with Lucas Wensing on the first registered crypto company in the Netherlands (DUTCH spoken).


  1. November 30, 2020
    AMDAX acquires BurgerCrypto
  2. October 1, 2020
    AMDAX receives DNB registration in the Netherlands.
  3. Q3 2020
    Tech development ongoing
    Released new website
  4. Q2 2020
    Trading infrastructure launched
    Custody platorm operational
    Custom tech development initiated
    First clients onboarded
  5. Q1 2020
    Policies and compliance procedures in place
    Legal contracts finished
  6. Q4 2019
    Application to DNB to become first regulated crypto service provider in the Netherlands
  7. Q2 2019
    Release of proof of concept
    Released first website
  8. Q3 2019
    Assemble core team and advisors
  9. Q1 2019
    AMDAX incorporation
  10. Late 2018
    Founders identified opportunity for a crypto service provider to become regulated and service clients thereafter.