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The largest crypto exchange has announced the end of support for the Russian ruble

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Binance has announced that users can conduct P2P trading using the Russian ruble (RUB) on the CommEX platform free of charge.

From January 31, 2024, the largest crypto exchange, Binance, will no longer support transactions in the Russian ruble. This was reported by the company’s press service.

“By deciding to leave Russia and sell the CommEX business, Binance P2P will stop supporting the Russian ruble (RUB), including the following trading pairs: USDT/RUB, BTC/RUB, FDUSD/RUB , BNB/RUB, ETH/RUB , BUSD/RUB and RUB/RUB from January 31 at 00:00 (UTC),” the message said.

It is noted that users can conduct P2P trading using Russian ruble (RUB) on the CommEX platform without commission.

We remind you that in March, Binance banned dollar and euro transactions for Russians. This decision is explained by the restrictions within the tenth package of EU sanctions against the Russian Federation.

In September, it became known that the Binance exchange decided to leave the Russian market, and in November, Binance announced that it was blocking deposits in rubles.

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