In response to Western imposed financial and economic sanctions, the Russian government has advised its citizens to use international crypto exchanges and digital tokens. This enables Russian citizens to access international financial services. These exchanges and tokens often allow users to exchange their rubles for foreign currencies and other digital assets which can be used to make transactions and payments easier and less expensive due to the exclusion of banks and other financial institutions.
This is done by using exchangers and payment systems which facilitate the exchange of rubles, along with other digital tokens, for digital currencies and other assets. These currencies and assets can then be used for payments and transfer abroad.
Using these exchangers allows Russian citizens to access international markets of investment and savings which, otherwise, would be restricted to them due to sanctions. These systems are also used to allow citizens to access services, such as online shopping, in different parts of the world, making it easier and less expensive to purchase goods and services abroad.
Finally, since Bitcoin and other digital tokens are not regulated or controlled by governments in the same way as traditional currencies, these tokens provide a secure way for users to move money around, free from external control. This allows users to engage in various financial activities without the fear of repercussion from the government or any other governing body.