Yes, I understand and respect the fact that Quarkchain has to comply with certain regulations.
However, I would like to specify that I participated in the KYC process but wasn’t able to participate in the actual ICO. According to FATF recommendations on record keeping, records obtained through CDD should be kept for five(5) years after the business relationship has ended, or after the date of the occasional transaction.
Since we have no business relationship and there was no occasional transaction between quarkchain and myself, I believe that my KYC data, if still held by quarkchain, is held unnecessarily. This is very dangerous as data breach are a common phenomenon today. The GDPR says that no personal identifiable information should be kept longer than necessary and the customer has the right to erasure.
If my data is still stored by quarkchain, I would like to exercise my right to erasure as I believe this to be in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.