Using Binance in the US with No KYC.
I've seen so much misinformation about this. I had to make a post about it. The last straw was a guy who goes by "Liberty So and So" claiming that he had to submit to KYC in order to buy DOGE. This is just not true, and it's really bad when a guy named Liberty Blahzay Blah gives up his motherfucking liberty to try to get involved with the liberty movement of crypto, lulz.
And yes, I made a post about Binance not being the best option because it is still centralized. But it's way better than what you idiots are probably using — Coinbase and Paypal — and I have to show empathy. I didn't learn everything about crypto overnight, and 沒有VPN的幣安 there's tons I still don't know. So I'm not going to get mad because the US government has scared half you morons into thinking it still runs shit. The government is hopelessly behind the technology curve and is scared for its life. Its only play right now is to make you scared. But if I didn't have the benefit of my own research over years, I wouldn't have known this, either. So yeah, about Binance.
Look, idiots. You can live in the United States and use Binance without KYCing.
Sorry about the idiots thing. But ok. You absolutely, 100% DO NOT NEED TO KYC when using Binance in the US. Yes, even in draconian New York. This is firsthand info. I'm not getting it from anyone else. All of this comes from personal experience.
First of all, get a VPN. Pay for it. Don't get the free ones. When you're talking about 1000% gains and anonymity for Binance Lending è sicuro tax purposes, I'd say the membership fee is worth it.
Tune the VPN to somewhere in Southeast Asia. Hong Kong is perfect.
Go to binance gusubiramo singapore
.com. Make sure it isn't the US site.
Sign your stupid ass up with a non-Gmail email, preferably from a non-US company. Runbox is a great choice.
Now here's where all of you stone cold libertarians shit your pussies. "Well, what if the algo catches the VPN and realizes I'm in the US?" Firsthand information, so don't get in the comments talking about you're scared.
First of all, I've made the mistake of leaving the VPN on a US setting. I was watching Netflix and forgot to change over. When I signed into Binance, I got a message saying I had to KYC and that they couldn't provide services to US persons. Disappear that box. Do not KYC. Close the window. Clear your cache and cookies. Turn the computer off. Wait an hour. Come back, set your VPN to the appropriate setting, and sign in. Everything should be fine.
If you still get the message, do not KYC. Once you close the window out, you'll see that you're still allowed access to most features. Start a chat with customer service. Explain to them you are using a VPN and made a mistake. They will walk you through getting access back. Again, firsthand information.
And here's the big thing you need to know. Again, firsthand information.
Even when you are flagged by the system for possibly being a US person, you still have access to deposits, withdrawals and most of the other features on Binance. This includes trading features like the P2P and OTC platforms. You may also still participate in the Launchpad and the Launchpool. As long as you do not verify that you are a US person and KYC like one, you won't have your withdrawals cut off. (I don't know if they cut withdrawals off from US persons because I was never stupid enough to verify I was one.) So the only thing you're really cut off of is the main exchange, which still leaves you with plenty of options. If you know how to use Pancakeswap, the decentralized AMM under binance cryptocurrency exchange
's wing, you basically lose nothing.
Let me repeat the important part. Binance isn't some shit exchange that's going to block your withdrawals .
What you guys don't understand is that CZ was giving you a wink and a nod when he separated Binance from binance cryptocurrency exchange
.US. He realized that anyone who know how to halfway use a computer would be able to figure this shit out. I really ought not to tell you noobs, because one of you is going to fuck this up and come back and blame me. Try not to fuck this up, noob. It's really not that hard.
Now if all of this is too much work for you, then go ahead and use Coinbase and get tracked by the alphabet boys and possibly get your crypto confiscated and get taxed 50% on all of your transactions. And on top of that, I hope you end up losing your shirt. Because if you're just in this to jump in on Paypal, ride the wave to get some gains and get out, then you're not doing it right and I don't want you getting any of the benefit of crypto. The entire value of crypto is the new system it promises. Only people who are dedicated to removing power from corrupt centralized entities should benefit from this. That's my prayer. Of course God works in mysterious ways, and tài khoản ngân hàng He might have a reason for you dumbos to get rich, too. If that's the case, whatever.
If you don't want to use Binance, you can use Huobi or Hotbit. These are two non-US exchanges I trust that don't require KYC and give you access to a huge variety of projects and investment options. They have less liquidity than Binance, though, so you may pay a premium for certain locap alts. You still need a VPN, though.
Honestly, I think blocking the average US person is a good thing. Stupid Americans fucking the world up is why crypto is needed in the first place. Shit.
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