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How to Withdraw from Binance to Skrill

Soon, your Binance Visa Card will stop working, and Skrill is here to assist.

Starting December 20, 2023, you won't be able to use the Binance Visa Debit card anymore. 

It's important to get ready for these changes if you use a physical Binance card. 

Your Binance account will stay safe despite closing the card program, but this might change how you manage your money and cryptocurrencies.

Skrill can help you adjust smoothly to this change, and Wikiwallet can lower your transactional fees with a free Skrill VIP upgrade. 

Here's a simple guide on how to move your digital assets from your Binance to your Skrill account.

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Binance recently sent out an email to its users, letting them know that starting on December 20, 2023, the Binance Visa Debit card won't be available. 

The reason behind this is that the company 'UAB Finansinės paslaugos Contis' in Lithuania, which manages the card, will be closing down in two months.


If you are looking for an alternative to the Binance Visa Debit Card, consider the Skrill Mastercard, which offers a secure means to access your funds:

  • Widely accepted globally
  • Allows online and in-store purchases
  • Enables global ATM withdrawals

The Skrill Mastercard assures reliability and flexibility for all your financial transactions during this transition period.

If you don’t have a Skrill account yet, create one now and order Mastercard today >>

To start using your Skrill Mastercard, you first need to transfer funds from Binance to Skrill so you will have sufficient funds to spend money.


To withdraw from Binance to Skrill, follow these straightforward steps:

  • Visit binance.com and log in to your account.
  • Click on "Wallet," then choose "Fiat & Spot."
  • Within "Fiat and Spot," transfer your funds to the "Funding" wallet to enable transactions into "P2P", where Skrill is available as a payment method.
  • Click on "Transfer" at the top right of your screen.
  • Select the cryptocurrency for the transaction.
  • Convert your funds to USDT to facilitate P2P transactions.
  • Enter the desired transfer amount.
  • In the "To" field, select "Funding" and confirm the desired amount.

Once your balance is transferred to the Funding wallet:

  • Navigate to the "Funding" section on the left side of your screen.
  • Locate USDT.
  • Click on the Buy/Sell option.

You will be directed to the "P2P" section:

  • Choose "Sell."
  • Select USD/EUR or another preferred currency and enter the amount.
  • Under "All Payments," specify/choose Skrill.
  • Pick a vendor that meets your funding criteria.
  • Click "Sell USDT," and a new page will appear.
  • Specify the amount of USDT for the transaction.
  • Complete the transaction and communicate with the specific vendor if necessary.
  • Your funds will be received in USD/EUR or the selected currency.
  • Verify the transaction details, and you're all set.


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By creating a new account through Wikiwallet, we will upgrade your Skrill account to Silver VIP for free! For the first year quarter, you can enjoy all the VIP perks at no cost. With a VIP account, Skrill users receive numerous advantages:

  • Lower crypto fees
  • Higher account limits
  • Reduced fees on ATMs
  • 24/7 dedicated support

Joining Wikiwallet also provides the benefit of experiencing easier conditions to maintain your Skrill VIP status. You only need to transfer 5000 USD/EUR every quarter to sustain your Skrill Silver VIP status. For accounts not created via Wikiwallet, users must transfer at least 15,000 EUR/USD within a year quarter.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enjoy lower crypto fees with a Skrill VIP account under significantly reduced requirements than usual.

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