Crypto Bank Juno Resumes Services After Pause

According to Monday’s press release, Crypto bank Juno has resumed core crypto services after having temporarily suspended them in the beginning of last month.

Three weeks ago, Juno started working with Zero Hash as its crypto custodian. Juno had to suspend its services in January after Wyre, its former crypto custodian, succumbed to the market’s downturn.

Varun Deshpande, Juno CEO and Co-Founder, says that the new partnership will provide users with a safer experience on the platform.

Deshpande stated in a statement that “Given the events in 2022, I am committed to building an on-and off-ramp product that is secure and compliant for the long-term growth of the industry.”

The bank also relaunched its crypto services. These include support for over 35 additional cryptocurrencies like SOL, ADA and SHIB snd DOG, as well as a reduction in spreads on existing and new token offerings. For every dollar that is traded in non-stablecoin tokens, the platform offers a zero trading-fee incentive as well as a rewards program.

Juno has restored most of its services but the team at Juno is still trying to restore crypto paycheck services as well as L2 withdrawals, deposits and deposits.

Continue reading: Crypto Bank Juno Chooses Zero Hash to Be New Custodian

By David Warsh

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