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Binance Australia customers seen selling bitcoin at a discount

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SINGAPORE: Bitcoin prices on the Australian arm of Binance, the world's largest crypto-currency exchange, were at a 20 per cent discount to rival exchanges on Tuesday (May 30), in a sign customers were seeking to exit their positions quickly.The price of the world's biggest cryptocurrency, bitcoin, was around A$34,000 (US$23,062) on Binance Australia, compared with around A$43,000 on BTC Markets, an Australia-based cryptocurrency exchange.Bitcoin was quoted around US$27,790 outside Australia on other exchanges such as Bitstamp."Due to the recent removal of fiat on-ramp services by our payment processor's banking partner, some Australian users have been withdrawing their AUD holdings from the platform in advance of the off-ramp closure on 1 June," a Binance spokesperson said in an emailed statement."As a result, AUD pairs have experienced less liquidity which has impacted their pricing.

We will be delisting remaining AUD pairs in line with the closure of fiat off ramp services."Earlier this month, the Binance unit said some customers in Australia will not be able to deposit or withdraw money after a third-party service provider cut off its service.The company said in April it would close its Australian derivatives business after relinquishing a financial services licence amid a regulatory probe into its operations.Binance, which accounts for as much as 70 per cent of world trading in cryptocurrencies, has been battling regulatory suits and probes around the world.The company initially did business solely in crypto, enabling it to avoid the global banking system.But as Binance attracted more customers and hired more employees, its need for conventional bank accounts grew.

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