in the past I already encountered some trades where I would take an offer through SEPA and would get shown bank account information from a company. In the past I could decline that offer, I would mark the maker and never trade with him again.
Trading with any company is KYC trading, as a company always have to keep track and record their balance sheet.
Today I unfortunately took another offer just to find out that the market maker was also a company. So I went into mediation and wanted to cancel the trade, because I don’t want to trade with companies. Bisq is supposed to be peer-to-peer and not trading with profit oriented companies. If I wanted to trade with companies I would just go to any exchange without all the hassle bisq requires.
Unfortunately the response I got from @leo816 is this:
I would like the bisq Mediatiors to review this. Trading with companies without knowing that I am trading with companies is unacceptable imo. I am here to trade with Peers. That’s what a peer-to-peer exchange is to me. Like I said, if I want to trade with comopanies I would just go to any big exchange without the uncomfortable setup that bisq needs. Trading with companies is always KYC trading.
Please let me cancel this trade.
And also either block companies from trading on bisq or make it obligatory for them to identify as companies.