Digital finance platform Trustee Plus announces a partnership with Binance Pay, a cryptocurrency payment service powered by Binance. This integration will undoubtedly contribute to the expansion of convenience beyond borders among financial instruments.
Starting from January 15, Trustee Plus users will be able to use the new Binance Pay deposit method. If you are not a Binance user, you need to create an account, successfully pass a full identity verification (KYC) using your passport or driver’s license. And that’s it – from now on, the opportunity to instantly top up the Trustee Plus crypto balance with 0% commission is in your pocket. And for new users, Binance offers -20% on trading commissions and up to $100 cashback!We highly valueeach user. We love being able to do more for them and continuously expanding the capabilities of Trustee Plus. Each gratitude we receive means a lot because it means that we are chosen. And the partnership with Binance Pay is a significant step that will help tens of thousands of our users get the most out of using cryptocurrency on the most favorable terms – instantly replenish and spend with comfort. – Vadym Hrusha, CEO of Trustee Plus.
You can use this method when depositing to Tether. Between 0.1 and 1,000,000 USDT will be instantly credited to your balance as soon as you initiate a top-up request via Binance Pay, confirm it in the Binance app, and refresh your Trustee Plus page. For more information on how to use the service, please see the video with instructions.We are excited to announce our new partnership with Trustee Plus, marking another milestone in our mission to bring cryptocurrency and free finance to the mainstream. We see this collaboration as a powerful catalyst in advancing our mission by helping to expand financial freedom for our users not only in their countries, but around the world. Together, we are committed to fostering a more inclusive and empowering financial landscape through the potential of cryptocurrency. – Kirill Khomyakov, Regional Head for CEE & Central Asia.