Binance unveils Refugee Crypto Card to support displaced Ukrainians

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Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, has launched its Binance Refugee Crypto Card for Ukrainian Binance users who were forced to move to Europe due to the ongoing war with Russia.

The card has been created to allow displaced Ukrainians to conduct crypto transactions and complete purchases at card-accepting retailers in the European Economic Area (EEA).

Helen Hai, head of Binance Charity, said: "At such a difficult time for Ukraine, it's clear that...

Ukraine legalises crypto sector as donations for defence reach £75m

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Ukraine has passed a law that establishes a legal framework for cryptocurrency in the country.

The virtual asset bill passed through the Ukrainian Parliament last month and was signed into law by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy on March 16.

Since raising more than £10 million from posting crypto wallet addresses on its official Twitter account in February, the Ukrainian government has been at full throttle trying to make the most of international crypto...

Ukraine government raises £10m after posting crypto addresses on Twitter

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The government in Ukraine has raised more than £10 million through thousands of crypto donations after posting wallet addresses on Twitter.

In a less than conventional crowdfunding method, the country’s official Twitter account has made public two addresses, one for Bitcoin and another for Ether and Tether, a stablecoin pegged to the value of the US dollar.

https://twitter.com/Ukraine/status/1497594592438497282

Since February 26, said wallets have netted more...