With the address change, Bitso accounts will have a single unified Ethereum address.

You will be able to receive ERC-20 tokens and EVM compliant tokens available on Bitso using a single address.

Withdrawals can be made normally during the migration process.

Your funds will not be affected by the change.

Once the change is made, you only have to update the address in the permission list of other exchanges, DApps and protocols that you use to continue receiving transactions.

The address change will begin on February 20, 2023.

The change of direction

On February 20, 2023, Bitso will start a process to unify all Ethereum addresses for depositing ETH, ERC-20 tokens, and EVM-compliant network tokens.

This change means that, from now on, you will be able to use a single crypto address to receive tokens from all protocols, DApps and exchanges that are EVM-compliant and listed on Bitso.

Why are the addresses changing?

Bitso is the leading cryptocurrency exchange in Latin America, and that is why Bitso always seeks to take your experience to another level and implement cutting-edge technologies. By migrating multiple addresses to one, Bitso will be able to provide a simpler, faster, and more secure experience within Bitso.

What will change for you?

Your experience with the services will remain the same. There will be no change in that aspect.

The only thing that will change are the deposits of ETH or ERC-20 tokens in your wallet: from now on, you will have to use the new address that you will receive to make deposits through blockchain networks.

The second change is that you will have to update this new address in the permission lists of the exchanges, DApps and other wallets you use, so that every time you send tokens to Bitso they are deposited in the correct address.

Your old address is scheduled to be deactivated in the coming months.

When it’s disabled, you’ll get a notification in the app, so you don’t have to worry now. It is only important that as soon as you receive the new address, you update your permit lists immediately.

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