This chart provides user-reported problems for Wyre in the last 12 hours. It's a collection of user reports from different sources.
We continuously monitor the official Wyre status page for updates on any ongoing outages. Check the stats for the latest 30 days and a list of the last Wyre outages.
Minor Resolved · 12 days ago · lasted 2 days
Wyre has suspended all USDC and DAI trade pairs. Deposits and withdrawals continue to operate normally.
Minor Resolved · 3 months ago · lasted 15 days
Fiat/crypto deposits are temporarily suspended.
Fiat/crypto deposits are temporarily suspended. Customers can continue to use Card Processing APIs, Checkout, and make exchanges and withdrawals.
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Minor Resolved · 3 months ago · lasted about 13 hours
Delays in Polygon network transactions
We have identified issues that are resulting in delays for transactions on the Polygon network. We are working on a solution.
Minor Resolved · 4 months ago · lasted about 2 hours
Increased card processing failure rates
We are currently seeing higher than normal failure rates for credit and debit card processing transactions. We are currently investigating these failures. This does not affect Apple Pay transactions
Minor Resolved · 6 months ago · lasted 32 minutes
Delayed outbound Ethereum transactions
We have identified an issue causing delays with outgoing Ethereum transactions. We are working towards a resolution.
Minor Resolved · 7 months ago · lasted less than a minute
Developer Docs Temporarily Unavailable (https://docs.sendwyre.com/)
ReadMe web services are offline resulting in our docs being currently unavailable. We appreciate your patience while we wait for the ReadMe team to resolve the issue. None of Wyre's services are impacted by this outage. You can follow ReadMe Status Page at https://www.readmestatus.com/
Minor Resolved · 8 months ago · lasted about 11 hours
System emails not being triggered
We have identified an issue with all system emails not getting triggered. We are working towards a resolution. This includes all transaction emails as well as registration emails
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