Currency.com will charge $50 to Bittrex traders who are banned from service

The exchange of tokenized assets Currency.com will charge $ 50 to traders with whom the American crypto exchange Bittrex stops working. Representatives of Currency.com reported this to ForkLog.

On September 11, Bittrex announced it would stop serving users from Ukraine, Belarus, Burundi, Mali, Myanmar, Nicaragua and Panama. Users from these jurisdictions must withdraw funds from the exchange by September 24th. Bittrex attributed its decision to regulatory reasons.

Currency.com is offering $50 each to traders from these jurisdictions. To receive a bonus, you need to register at the crypto exchange and send the code word BITTREX to support@currency.com.

Users will be able to withdraw the bonus after paying a commission of $50. The promotion will last until the end of September.

The regulation of the crypto industry is forcing exchanges to impose restrictions on some jurisdictions. Their clients have to look for other service providers with a good reputation and high level of security. We are confident that we can offer our users a great service. Currency.com supports not only popular cryptocurrencies, but 1,500 tokenized assets: oil, gold, indices, shares of global and Russian companies, ”the representatives of the crypto exchange noted.

Currency.com is a platform for trading cryptocurrencies and tokenized assets based on the Belarusian High Technologies Park. The crypto exchange offices are located in London, Minsk and Gibraltar.

In July 2020 Currency Com Limited received a DLT license from the Gibraltar Financial Services Commission.

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