Binance suspenderá las transferencias bancarias con dólares estadounidenses esta semana

Las transferencias bancarias con dólares estadounidenses representan solamente una pequeña parte de los usuarios mensuales activos, según el exchange.

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El exchange de criptomonedas suspenderá temporalmente las transferencias bancarias con dólares estadounidenses a partir del miércoles, según le confirmó la empresa a CoinDesk el lunes.

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“Suspenderemos temporalmente las transferencias bancarias con dólares estadounidenses a partir del 8 de febrero”, dijo un vocero de Binance, y señaló que solo el 0,01% de los usuarios mensuales activos utilizan este tipo de transferencias. “Los clientes afectados serán notificados directamente”.

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“Mientras tanto, todas las demás formas para comprar y vender criptomonedas permanecerán sin cambios, incluyendo la transferencia bancaria que utiliza una de las otras monedas fiduciarias aceptadas por Binance (incluso euros), la compra y venta de criptomonedas con tarjeta de crédito, débito, Google Pay y Apple Pay, y a través de nuestro marketplace Binance P2P”, agregó el vocero.

Este artículo fue traducido por Natalia Paulovsky.

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