Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, has resumed support for Russian cards, including Visas and Mastercards issued by Russian banks, report online publication Kod Durova, economic news agency Prime, and the Telegram channel Mash.
Kod Durova specifies that Russian cards are now allowed to make deposits in rubles, Turkish lira, British pounds, Euros, Kazakhstani tenge, and other currencies. The U.S. dollar is not on the list.
According to the publication, transfers are made through the Qiwi electronic payment system. Withdrawal of funds is currently limited to 4,300 to 200,000 rubles (around $53 to $2,455), writes Kod Durova.
Mash writes that Binance customer support confirmed the information and clarified that the exchange accepts all Russian cards.
Sui Foundation Allocates Over $1M to 17 Emerging Projects
Ahmedabad authorities bust international drug ring with cryptocurrency links
Vitalik Buterin Explores Ethereum Protocol Enhancement Strategies
Ethereum Shanghai Upgrade: What you need to know
Why is Ethereum (ETH) price down today?
Nissan files 4 new web3 trademarks, trials sales in the metaverse
News from Twitter: