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俄罗斯人可以使用Qiwi、Sberbank、Yandex Money和现在的Binance P2P Exchange用卢布购 ...

2020-2-14 17:33

 

越来越多的平台允许俄罗斯居民用本国法定货币购买加密货币。不过,成熟的加密货币交易所并不是最安全的选择,因为它们往往需要大量注册,而且与小型在线交易所和p2p平台不同,它们很少支持该地区流行的支付方式。

 

加密货币市场的复苏提升了整个加密领域的情绪。全球社会希望看到这种积极趋势的延续,这种趋势有可能恢复人们对去中心化的数字货币的兴趣,以及即将到来的比特币减半。随着全球范围内谷歌对比特币的搜索量在2月份创下月度新高,这一现象可能已经初露端倪。

 

俄罗斯,作为cryptocurrenciesа有前途的市场,也不例外。俄罗斯搜索“биткоин”(比特币)谷歌和Yandex一直增加。在过去的一个月里,说俄语的用户一直在向搜索引擎询问比特币目前的美元和俄罗斯卢布汇率,而在过去一周,谷歌对谷歌上比特币现金(BCH)汇率的查询激增了350%。“购买比特币”是Yandex搜索中常见的关键词组合。


现在有很多选择来关注加密价格的变化。例如,Bitcoin.com的比特币市场工具在多种法定货币中提供美元和卢布的实时价格更新。该平台还有俄语版本,你可以从设置中选择你喜欢的语言和货币。各种俄罗斯来源提供领先加密货币的市场数据,包括Bitcoininfo.ru等专业网站、商业新闻门户加拿大皇家银行(RBC)的加密部分,以及外汇经纪商Alpari网站上的分析页面。

俄罗斯在线密码交换器蓬勃发展


尽管监管方面的不确定性依然存在,但俄罗斯人有许多购买加密货币的选择。许多平台支持用本地货币购买密码。Bestchange.ru网站在数字货币和支付方式方面提供多种选择。它列出了数十个认证的在线交换器,它们被持续监控,以获得最佳的汇率,并允许您选择您想要购买或出售的加密货币,以及您想要用来发送或接收电子命令的支付方法。

 

该门户网站收集了一些关于最受欢迎的交易和交易所的有趣统计数据。例如,过去几周,使用Qiwi收购BTC的交易在所有交易所中所占份额最大,达到9%。Qiwi是俄罗斯著名的电子钱包提供商,你可以通过手机号码创建钱包,或者通过Facebook、Vkontakte和谷歌登录社交媒体账户。第二受欢迎的交易是出售BTC,将资金转至俄罗斯联邦储蓄银行账户,利率为8%。

 

被利用的交易所名单包括不太显眼的平台,这些平台对交易员来说也不那么成问题。你可以试试Netex24,占5%的所有交易通过Bestchange.ru买卖BTC等几个主要的加密,BCH,乙,LTC,和与领先的菲亚特stablecoin USDT付款处理器在俄罗斯和周边国家像Yandex钱,Tinkoff,乌克兰PrivatbankПриват24网上银行服务。在领导人还365现金(4%),而不需要用户注册,和Шахта(3%),支持购买银行卡签发签证,万事达卡,俄罗斯和平号空间站系统。

Binance将俄罗斯卢布加入其P2P平台


加密货币交易所也在迎合该地区交易员的需求。这些平台包括Exmo和Currency.com等地方领导人,以及Huobi这样的全球平台,Huobi俄罗斯分公司接受卢布,Binance有自己的俄罗斯版网站,支持以卢布计价的交易。本周,Binance还将俄罗斯卢布加入P2P交易平台,使其成为继为人民币和越南盾提供服务后第三种受支持的法定货币。首席执行官赵长鹏在发表声明时表示:


俄罗斯是区块链和加密技术发展的一个充满活力的市场。我们努力为俄罗斯用户提供简单的fiat-to-crypto访问。P2P交易为用户提供了一个开放的市场和更灵活的访问方式,用户可以通过自己喜欢的支付方式与其他用户或商家交易多种加密货币。

 

俄罗斯人正在等待密码空间的监管变得更加清晰。法律的采用数字金融资产中最重要的三个crypto-related账单,多次被推迟自2018年春天,俄罗斯中央银行和财政部争论法律框架的范围和cryptocurrencies分散的状态。根据俄罗斯议会金融市场委员会主席Anatoly Aksakov最近的一份声明,俄罗斯监管机构已经设法解决了他们在加密资产合法化问题上的分歧,国家杜马很可能在3月份投票通过这项法律。

 

A growing number of platforms allow Russian residents to purchase cryptocurrencies with local fiat money. Established cryptocurrency exchanges are not the most trouble-free option, however, as they often require extensive registration and rarely support popular payment methods in the region, unlike small online exchangers and peer-to-peer platforms.


Resurging cryptocurrency markets have lifted the mood across the crypto space. The global community hopes to see the continuation of the positive trend that has the potential to restore popular interest in decentralized digital currencies, along with the upcoming Bitcoin halving. The first signs this might be happening are already here with worldwide Google searches for bitcoin hitting a monthly high in February.


Russia, as а promising market for cryptocurrencies, is no exception. Russian searches for “биткоин” (bitcoin) on both Google and Yandex have been increasing. In the past month, Russian speaking users have been asking the search engines about bitcoin’s current rates in U.S. dollar and Russian ruble and over the past week there’s been a 350% spike in Google queries about the bitcoin cash (BCH) rate on Google. “Buy bitcoin” is a common keyword combination on Yandex Search.

 

There’s plenty of options to keep an eye on moving crypto prices nowadays. For example, Bitcoin.com’s Bitcoin Markets tool provides real-time price updates in both dollars and rubles among multiple fiat currencies. The platform is also available in Russian and you can chose your preferred language and currency from the settings. Various Russian sources offer market data for leading cryptocurrencies including specialized websites such as Bitcoininfo.ru, the crypto section of the business news portal RBC, and the analytics page on the Forex broker Alpari’s website.


Russian Online Crypto Exchangers Thrive

 

Despite persisting regulatory uncertainty, Russians have many options to buy cryptocurrencies at their disposal. Numerous platforms support crypto purchases in local currency. The Bestchange.ru website offers multiple choices in terms of digital coins and payment methods. It lists dozens of verified online exchangers that are monitored constantly for best rates and lets you choose a cryptocurrency you want to buy or sell as well as a payment method you would like to use to send or receive electronic fiat.


The portal gathers some interesting statistics about the most popular trades and exchangers. In the past couple of weeks, for example, buying BTC using Qiwi had the largest share of all exchanges, 9%. Qiwi is a well-known e-wallet provider in Russia and you can create a wallet using only a phone number or log in with a social media account from Facebook, Vkontakte and Google. Selling BTC for funds transferred to a Sberbank account is the second most popular deal, at 8%.


The list of utilized exchangers includes less conspicuous platforms that are also less problematic for traders. You can try Netex24, which accounts for 5% of all trades through Bestchange.ru, to buy and sell several major cryptos such as BTC, BCH, ETH, LTC, and the stablecoin USDT with the leading fiat payment processors in Russia and neighboring countries like Yandex Money, Tinkoff, and Ukrainian Privatbank’s internet banking service Приват24. Among the leaders are also 365Cash (4%), which does not require user registration, and Шахта (3%), which supports purchases with bank cards issued by Visa, Mastercard, and the Russian Mir system.


Binance Adds Russian Ruble to Its P2P Platform

 

Cryptocurrency exchanges are also catering to the needs of the region’s traders. These include local leaders such as Exmo and Currency.com as well as global platforms like Huobi with its Huobi Russia branch that accepts rubles, and Binance, which has a Russian version of its website and supports ruble-denominated trading. This week, Binance also added the Russian ruble to its peer-to-peer (P2P) trading platform making it the third supported fiat currency after providing services for the Chinese yuan and the Vietnamese dong. Commenting on the announcement, CEO Changpeng Zhao stated:

 

        Russia is a vibrant market for blockchain and crypto advancement. We strive to provide our Russian users with easy fiat-to-crypto access. P2P trading provides an open marketplace and more flexible access for users to trade multiple cryptocurrencies with other users or merchants in the payment methods they prefer.

 

Russians are awaiting greater regulatory clarity regarding the crypto space. The adoption of the Law on Digital Financial Assets, the most important of three crypto-related bills, has been postponed many times since the spring of 2018, with the Central Bank of Russia and the Ministry of Finance arguing about the scope of the legal framework and the status of decentralized cryptocurrencies. According to a recent statement by the chairman of the parliamentary Financial Market Committee, Anatoly Aksakov, Russian regulators have managed to settle their disagreements on the legalization of crypto assets and the law is likely to be voted in by the State Duma in March.

 

来自: bitcoin.com