Following a latest settlement between the 2 crypto exchanges, Bit2Me has introduced plans to contain 2gether’s 100,000 crypto investors.
On July tenth, Spanish Cryptocurrency Trading Platform 2 shut down its free buying and selling service as a result of it couldn’t justify the related working prices due to the crypto winter. Instead, the consumer was charged € 20 for upkeep.
Providing aid to not too long ago exiled crypto investors, Bit2Me has reached an settlement with 2gether to onboard customers at no cost. This permits customers to transfer their holdings and resume buying and selling actions. In addition, Bit2Me has determined to refund 20 euros to customers after profitable onboarding.
Bit2Me indicators a contract with 2gether to permit all customers to proceed buying and selling at no further value.
For this function, we’ll refund a fee of € 20 to all prospects who switch cryptocurrencies to Bit2Me. pic.twitter.com/ogj4NyiGc8
— Bit2Me Global (@ Bit2Me_Global) July 13, 2022
To reassure Spain’s dedication to the crypto market, Bit2Me CEO and co-founder Leif Ferreira stated:
“The world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology is the key to our present and future, so we want to be on the side of 2gether users who want to maintain a link to the crypto ecosystem.”
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Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao Emphasizing the significance of efficient regulation for the widespread adoption of cryptocurrencies, he added:
“We have invested heavily in compliance and have implemented AMLD 5 and 6 compliant tools and policies to keep the platform the safest and most reliable in the industry.”