Binance Adds BNB Token To Its US Platform
Binance.US cryptocurrency exchange launches with seven assets instead of six as previously reported.
Binance.US started registering and verifying users this Wednesday. In addition to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, USDT, XRP and Bitcoin Cash, users have discovered the possibility of making deposits in Binance Coin in their accounts..
In addition, BNB to Fiat Dollar and USDT are already represented in the main trading interface of the platform. Trading on the exchange has not started yet.
As a comment to a screenshot of one of the users, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao wrote: “$ BNB Utility Token”. At the same time, he did not directly confirm or deny the information about the BNB listing..
Binance.US previously announced that it will make decisions on the addition of specific tokens based on its own selection system. At the same time, the notice published yesterday about the imminent start of registration of BNB was not mentioned. Binance.US will not be available to residents of 13 US states at launch.
The BNB rate this Wednesday rises with a wider crypto market – over the past day, the growth was 8%.
Also today Binance announced the addition of Dash and ZCash cryptocurrencies to the margin trading section..
UPD: On Twitter, Binance.US has officially confirmed the opening of the first phase of the digital asset offering, which includes BNB, among others..
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