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Meet Coco, the new option to send remittances with El Dorado

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Making easier to send remittances with Coco

How does it work?

  1. After you have cUSD in the wallet, proceed to select the “Withdraw” option.
  2. Enter the amount to be withdrawn and specify whether you wish to exchange the cUSD for dollars in cash or Bolivars. In the case of withdrawing funds in Bolivars by local bank transfer, the minimum amount is $20, while for dollars in cash it is necessary to choose in amounts of $100 or $200.
  3. If you prefer to withdraw with the Bolivars option, enter the beneficiary and bank information.
  4. Once the data is entered, the order is automatically sent to the El Dorado P2P, where a market maker will take it and transfer the corresponding amount.

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