Bybit Opens Registration to Chinese Users

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It appears that Bybit has recently expanded its services to a previously restricted area – the People’s Republic of China.

This was reported by social media-based news outlet Wu Blockchain, which stated that Bybit has enabled registration and authentication for users in China.

The platform now allows users to provide identification documents such as ID, passport, driver’s license, or resident permit, in order to comply with know-your-customer protocols.

The exchange’s services were previously not available in China, as it was not listed as an excluded jurisdiction as of June 5.

However, Bybit’s terms of service state that they do not offer services to users in certain jurisdictions, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada, North Korea, Cuba, Iran, Uzbekistan, Russian-controlled regions of Ukraine (which currently includes the Crimea, Donetsk, and Luhansk regions), Syria, or any other jurisdictions where they may choose to terminate services at their discretion.

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