Banco Central de Ucrania prohíbe la compra de criptomonedas en moneda local

Individuos sólo pueden adquirir criptomonedas utilizando moneda extranjera hasta un valor de 100.000 grivnas ucranianas ($3.400) al mes.

Apr 22, 2022 at 2:44 p.m. UTC

Jamie Crawley is a CoinDesk news reporter based in London.

El Banco Central de Ucrania ha prohibido la compra de criptomonedas utilizando la moneda local del país, invocando la ley marcial que ha estado en vigor desde la invasión rusa.

Los particulares sólo podrán comprar criptomonedas utilizando moneda extranjera hasta un valor de 100.000 grivnas ucranianas ($3.400) al mes, según informó el jueves el Banco de Ucrania.

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Las compras de criptomonedas se clasifican como "transacciones en cuasi-efectivo", las cuales también incluyen la carga de billeteras virtuales, cuentas de broker o de divisas y el pago de cheques de viaje.

Las medidas se toman "para evitar la salida improductiva de capitales del país bajo la ley marcial".

Ucrania legalizó formalmente las criptomonedas en el país el mes pasado, al establecer legales el estatus, clasificación, propiedad y reguladores de los activos virtuales, que serán supervisados por la Comisión Nacional de Valores y el Mercado de Valores.

En ese entonces, Ucrania había recibido al menos $100 millones en donaciones mediante cripto desde el inicio de la invasión rusa.

Este artículo fue traducido por Andrés Engler.


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