Started by Bitcoin, Oct 15, 2022, 06:03 am
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In a letter directed towards its users, Blockchain.com, a crypto wallet has mentioned that it shall block accounts of n nationals starting October 27, 2022.
Blockchain.com will cease to provide this service because of the latest sanctions imposed by the European Union.
This change is expected in the next two weeks, as per reports from a local news agency on October 14.
The wallet platform provider will, however, continue to allow ns to withdraw their funds until October 27, 2022.
After that given date, there won’t be a chance to get back the funds as the accounts will be blocked.
The statement in the letter has focused that the wallet Blockchain.com is at the moment prohibiting custodial and reward services to n nationals, which is in accordance with the EU’s eight-packet of sanctions against .
The previous sanctions limited n-EU crypto payments to 10,000 rubles ($9,700). The most recent package puts a blanket ban on cross-border crypto between and the EU.
These sanctions were implemented earlier this month.
The accounts of n nationals were shut down by The Dapper, which is a Canadian NFT marketplace. Dapper has ceased the user’s ability to buy, sell, exchange, and withdraw tokens and assets from accounts that are linked to . The accounts, however, are not yet deactivated.
Additionally, LocalBitcoins, which is a crypto exchange, has also spoken about similar plans to impose certain restrictions.
The restriction included that it allowed the clients of to only withdraw the cryptocurrencies in one transaction only.
Many other major exchanges and peer-to-peer platforms, which include Crypto.com and Coinbase, are also looking to agree with the sanctions.
Along with these crypto exchanges, Binance, which is the world’s largest crypto exchange, has also decided to comply with sanctions.
Binance is currently striving to implement these new restrictions for n nationals.
The crypto wallet Blockchain.com’s services also provide more than custodial services. The wallet also has a non-custodial wallet.
Non-custodial wallets are designed in such a way that users are supposed to have control over their assets but access to the wallet’s data is not available to the wallet.
Blockchain.com also runs a custodial trading account with a non-custodial wallet. It allows users to buy and sell crypto on the platform.
There is still ambiguity over whether n customers would be able to access their non-custodial wallets on Blockchain.com.
Exchanges such as Bitfinex have in the past opposed crypto sanctions against the n people.
Bitfinex also mentioned that it was willing to safeguard the accounts of all their customers, but their stance may change if ordered by the regulatory authorities.
Paola Ardoino, the chief technology officer mentioned earlier in 2022,
Our view is that the actions of a government do not necessarily represent the wishes of individuals.
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