Users in Belarus can now buy and sell digital assets in Belarusian rubles

August 15, 2019

OKONTO is the first European service to offer digital assets and tokenized shares that can be paid in Belarusian rubles. Payment processing support is provided by Webpay, a partner and service provider in Belarus.

Users in Belarus can now buy and sell digital assets in Belarusian rubles

Users in Belarus can purchase digital assets, cryptocurrency or tokenized shares using credit cards, bank transfers or any ERIP payment channels with direct crediting to their accounts.

Operations with digital assets in Belarus were legalized by the decree on digital economy, signed by President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko on December 21, 2017.

OKONTO is a financial platform where users can participate in STO, invest in tokenized securities, buy and sell popular digital assets. The company’s activities are regulated by Estonian legislation in accordance with EU regulations and complies with KYC and AML regulatory requirements. The company has a license to operate as a financial institution, a license to provide services of exchanging a virtual currency against a fiat currency, a license to provide a virtual currency wallet service, certification of leading cryptocurrency exchanges.