Spanish crypto exchange Bit2me to rescue 2gether customers after account freeze – Bitcoin exchange news

Bit2me, a Spanish cryptocurrency exchange, is seeking to absorb customers from 2gether, another Spanish exchange, after the company blocked access to its trading platform. Bit2me will pay the € 20 fee that 2gether has charged its customers to continue trading on its platform. Customers will be able to continue trading on the Bit2me platform and transfer their assets there.

Bit2me will absorb 2-together customers


Bit2me, a Spanish cryptocurrency exchange, last week announced plans to absorb customers whose accounts were blocked by 2gether, another Spanish cryptocurrency exchange. The company unveiled a plan that would allow customers to transfer their funds and accounts to its platform to continue trading.

According to information explained in a blog post, Bit2me would refund the fee of € 20 ($ 20.00), which 2gether told users to pay to continue using its platform. The intention would be to keep these users in the crypto environment. Leif Ferreira, co-founder and CEO of Bit2me, said:

Education, knowledge and innovation are the keys to bringing this sector to society as a whole. At Bit2Me, we stand behind what we believe in. For us, the world of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology is and will be the key to our present and our future. For this reason, we want to be on the side of 2gether users who want to stay connected to the crypto ecosystem.

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2gether informed its customers about the problems it encountered earlier this month when the stock exchange blocked access to customers and removed its presence on social media, affecting 100,000 customers. The company informed its customers that due to the recent market downturn, it would not be able to continue to support free accounts.

Also at that time, the company charged its users a one-time fee of € 20 so that they could continue to use the services of the platform. However, customers whose account funds were less than this number would be liquidated. While 2gether said it was affected by the market situation, Bit2me, on the other hand, continued to operate normally and even expanded its activities to Latam.

Bit2me announced the creation of a new office in Brazil in May, to tackle the market for more than 20 million customers holding crypto in the country, with compliance and security as goals. Similarly, the company was the first to receive permission from the Spanish central bank to operate as a regulated virtual asset provider (VASP) in February.

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Sergio Goshenko

Sergio is a cryptocurrency journalist based in Venezuela. He describes himself as late in the game when he entered the cryptosphere when the price increase happened in December 2017. With a background in computer technology, living in Venezuela and influenced by the cryptocurrency boom on social, it provides a different point of view. about the success of crypto and how it helps the unbanked and underprivileged.

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