The companies entered into an agreement after 2gether blocked user funds and demanded donations to continue operations

Bit2Me exchange to refund service fees to 2gether platform’s customers

17.07.2022 - 07:30

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What’s new? Spanish crypto exchange Bit2Me will allow customers of its competitor, the 2gether platform, to conduct transactions on its platform without additional fees. Previously, 2gether blocked customer funds and demanded a €20 donation to keep accounts active. As part of the agreement, 2gether users will be able to transfer their balances to Bit2Me. In addition, Bit2Me will reimburse new customers €20 previously spent on maintenance. In this way, the platform can get an influx of more than 100 000 new users.

2gether situation. On July 7, representatives of one of the oldest Spanish cryptocurrency exchanges said that due to the current market situation, the platform cannot continue to operate. The accounts of 2gether users who had not deposited €20 by July 10 were blocked and their digital assets were liquidated.

Following this situation, Asufin, the Financial Users Association of Spain, began preparations to file a lawsuit on behalf of all the customers of the exchange.

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Vasiliy Smirnov Vasiliy Smirnov

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