- Cryptographic Exchange Bitstamp has announced new rules indicating that some inactive accounts will begin to be charged a fee of € 10.
- The new rules do not apply to US-based customers.
Cryptographic exchange bitstamps impose an inactive fee of € 10 on some users. According to a blog post published by the company, the new rates have less than $ 200 in their accounts, in addition to the fact that they haven’t deposited, traded or bet on the platform in the last 12 months. Affects certain people.
Bitstamp will now charge a fee of € 10 for inactive accounts
According to a recent blog post, the new rules set by the exchange will come into effect after August 1st. However, the new changes do not affect the US customer base.
“The majority of Bitstamp customers are unaffected by inactive charges. No one loves charges (we don’t like them either!), But keeping an inactive account on the books is It was a cost and we made the difficult decision to implement inactive rates in order to continue to provide excellent service to all our customers. ”The post was added later.
The blog also shared additional information related to the new inactive pricing rules, adding that active Bitstamp customers will not be charged at all, whatever their balance.
“On August 1, 2022, if you trade, deposit, withdraw, or bet assets with Bitstamp Earn in the last 12 months, your bill will not be affected at all. Whether your total balance is above or below 200 euros. , An active customer. “
The blog also states that if your account has customers over $ 200, you will not be charged an inactive fee of € 10.
In addition to this, the blog also shared three conditions that allow users to avoid paying an inactive fee of € 10. To do so, users must either buy or sell cryptocurrencies (minimum amount to buy cryptocurrencies is EUR / USD / GBP 25) or deposit fiat or fiat currencies (EUR / USD / GBP). Minimum deposit amount of fiat currency at 25).
The third condition shows that if a user decides to bet their assets on Bitstamp revenue, they can avoid paying inactive fees.
Some users have used Twitter to respond to the news that Bitstamp charges an inactive account a fee of € 10. It was documented that many customers were dissatisfied with the new rules of the exchange and were considering whether to choose a robust cryptocurrency wallet for long-term storage of funds away from Bitstamp. rice field.
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