Bank Identification Number

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A Bank Identification Number (BIN) is a special identification code given to a financial institution by a regulatory body, like a central bank or a payment card network. The BIN is used to identify the issuer of the payment instrument being used, which simplifies the processing of electronic transactions like credit and debit card transactions.

A credit or debit card number's initial six to eight digits are known as the BIN. The issuing bank and the particular type of payment instrument, such as a credit or debit card, are identified using this information, which is also used to direct transactions to the proper acquiring bank for processing. By enabling the payment network to rapidly identify and halt any questionable transactions, the BIN helps to ensure that transactions are executed accurately, and efficiently and prevents fraud.

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