Robinhood reportedly allowing instant deposits for crypto purchases again as ...

Robinhood reportedly allowing instant deposits for crypto purchases again as ...

The feature was originally suspended on Jan. 29. Stock and crypto trading app Robinhood has reportedly re-enabled instant deposits for cryptocurrency purchases after almost a week.Robinhood has removed the original update on its support page suspending instant deposits, and its website currently shows certain users once again have "instant access" to up to $1,000 to buy crypto. Many of the app’s users also reported on social media they were able to access the trading feature last night.The "instant buying" function is a paid feature that gives Robinhood customers instant access to funds....


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