REUTERS Clients of PrivatBank, the largest bank in Ukraine, bought US$8.9 million and EUR 2.3 million via the bank&#39;s online service in the first 10 days of April. The average amount of online currency purchases stood at $179, while that of sales at $117, it said. The bank also established new non-cash rates for online foreign currency purchases and card payments in foreign online stores, which are more profitable than in the bank&#39;s branches. For example, today, April 11, U.S. dollars are sold at the bank&#39;s offices at UAH 27.05 per dollar, while via online service it would be UAH 27.027. Read alsoUkraine launches pilot project: Smartphones, tablets used as cash registers UNIAN memo. Law of Ukraine "On Currency and Currency Transactions", which lifts about 30 restrictions on the country&#39;s forex market, came into effect on February 7. In particular, it allows individuals to purchase currency online. On the first day of the new law, Ukrainians bought about US$4 million online. But in the following days, the hype significantly decreased. In general, Ukrainian citizens in February sold $63.4 million more in cash foreign currency through the banking system than they bought. However, in March, their purchases of foreign currency exceed the sales by $77.3 million.