Registration is now open for the Agencia Nairabet Registration Agent registration service.
The Agencia Registrars of Colombia (AREP), Colombia’s state-owned financial and information service, is providing registration of the Agence Nairabes (ANES) to the public for the first time, in an effort to encourage people to use the ANES service to register and access digital assets, such as bitcoin, by providing a secure way to register an agent.
“We wanted to take advantage of the fact that people have bitcoin and other digital assets and use them to access their own personal financial information and to pay their taxes in Colombia,” AREP chief executive Francisco Ruiz-Lopez told CoinDesk.
“So this is our way to offer the same functionality as the ANS, without requiring a lot of account holders to use an agent, to make it more convenient for people.”
Registration of the service will take about two weeks and takes no additional fees.
The ANES will provide customers with a unique registration ID, which can be verified by a member of the public or by Agencia registrars, who will verify the registration status.AREP is the first digital asset-based service to offer such an integrated service to its customers, as well as the first company in the world to provide registration in bitcoin.
AEP is also one of the largest providers of digital asset services in the region.
The AREP service will initially be offered in Colombia’s Amazon-branded and Amazon-owned businesses, but it will also be available to small businesses, universities and other small businesses in the country.
It will also provide the services of its regional offices in Colombia, including in Bogota, Medellin, Barranquilla, Santa Ana, San Cristobal, La Guajira and Morelia, Ruiz Lopez said.AEP is offering the registration service in Colombia for the second time.
The first time was in 2017, when it provided registration in digital currencies for small businesses.
The new service is part of a larger effort by AREP to address the digital asset needs of the country’s small and medium-sized businesses.
A spokesperson for the AREP said that the ANDS has been a critical part of the digital economy in Colombia and the country will continue to use Agencia as an agent to offer this service.
“The ANES has become an indispensable tool to access digital currencies, and we are delighted to see Agencia expand its offerings,” said José Carlos Garcia, director of public affairs at Agencia.
“We welcome all new customers to Agencia, and they can use the services we offer to register agents for the ANEs in their businesses.”
The ANDS is a decentralized, digital asset exchange that enables its members to exchange digital currencies with each other.
It is based in Colombia but is currently based in the United States.
For now, AREP has opened registration for the service in a few of the more than 50 Colombian companies it has partnered with, including the Colombian-owned media company Mídia.
The company has been working with the Agencies for several years to create a digital asset market in Colombia.
The company was able to achieve this through a collaborative process with AREP, which enabled it to set up the service.
For the Agences, the ANGS has become a valuable tool for both the small and large businesses to exchange their digital assets.
“This is an opportunity to showcase Agencia’s capabilities and capabilities to the market,” said Carlos Barroso, president of the ANP, in a statement.
“This is a very important step for the digital industry in Colombia.”
Agencia registrar Carlos Castaño-Rodriguez said that his agency is excited to expand its digital asset service, especially as it is becoming increasingly popular in Colombia to register new agents.
“It’s an exciting time for us as registraries,” Castañero-Rodriduez said.
“The ANS is a way to make sure we have a way for people to register their agents.
This service is a great example of how we are able to provide agents in Colombia with the necessary information to help them make their business transactions more efficient.”
The Agencies is the world’s largest digital asset marketplace, and it currently operates in nearly 80 countries and territories.