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Countries and Payouts

Guide on payouts to different countries

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Written by Elena
Updated over a week ago

Solar Staff gives freelancers a variety of ways to withdraw funds.

The service relies on several international and regional financial institutions, banks, and other payment service providers to remit money to contractors' wallets, cards, and bank accounts.

You can withdraw funds from Solar Staff balances in three currencies: EUR, USD, and RUB. Funds can be remitted in currencies other than the withdrawal one, in which case they are converted at Solar Staff's internal rate and/or by the processing bank.

This article provides detailed information about withdrawal methods for each country.

Withdrawal methods by country

To make finding the information on your specific country easier, countries and territories are grouped into separate articles by continent. The choice of withdrawal methods depends on the country and – for contractors in Russia – on the tax status.

All the available withdrawal methods

Withdrawal method

Payment system and transfer currency

  • Bank card

  • VISA , €, $, ₽

  • MasterCard, €, $, ₽

    • There are certain restrictions regarding the transaction currency, payment system, withdrawal amount, and jurisdiction of the offer agreement. Learn more

    • Payout success by country is detailed in the correspondent article.

  • Bank account

  • Bank account in a SEPA country, €

    Unavailable to freelancers based in Russia. Learn more

  • Bank account denominated in a local currency

    Available to residents of 29 countries. Read more

  • Individual entrepreneur's bank account in Russia, ₽. Read more

  • US bank account, €, $

    Wire transfer on request. Read more

  • E-wallets

  • Crypto wallets


  • USDT ERC20 Ethereum

We are always on the lookout for new partners to further expand withdrawal options for our customers around the world.

If you have any questions, get in touch via the chat or email us at [email protected]. We’re always there to help!

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