Cryptobuyer Venezuela closes its operations

The company recommends that its clients withdraw their funds before October 1st and is committed to continuing to seek solutions to meet the needs of users

As of October 1st, the Exchange Cryptobuyer Pro will cease its functions in Venezuela. This information was provided, through a statement, by the company Criptobuyer Venezuela, indicating that the decision was made “after the completion of the testing phase, which has identified new options for customers that will improve services and guarantee the maximum efficiency.”

The company, which arose after obtaining the license to use the brand’s products in South American countries, did not explain the reasons why it ceased its functions. The statement is only limited to urge clients who have assets on the platform to withdraw all funds in the “next 7 days.”

“We are working on a solution that adapts to the needs of the client, and once it is fully implemented, we will make it known.” It says part of the notice that it was shared in the group of the social network Telegram.

Additionally, they informed that due to the monetary reconversion process that will be carried out in Venezuela, the platform will not provide services from September 30 to October 3 according to the banking calendar established by the financial institutions of the Caribbean country. to make adjustments to the new monetary cone.

Users react

Some users, through the Telegram group that manages the company, questioned the measure on the company and others are puzzled and wonder with concern what will happen if the availability is less than the minimum withdrawal amount.

The CEO of Cryptobuyer Venezuela, Eleazar Colmenares, in an interview for CriptoNoticias confirmed that the company he directs licensed the products for the country, but denied his responsibility for the “future of products such as XPT tokens because they were products of a Panamanian company”.

The group’s administrators on the social network said: “We are responsible at the time of notification, so our clients in Venezuela will not be harmed. As the statement says, we are evaluating other solutions for the service plan ”.

M. Rodríguez


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