Binance Launches JPY Trading Pairs with Zero-Fee Promotion

According to Binance, the addition of BNB/JPY, BTC/JPY, and ETH/JPY is scheduled to go live on March 12th, 2024, at 08:00 UTC.

It seeks to broaden trading options and add more fiat currencies, focusing on the Japanese Yen (JPY).

Binance Aims to Boost Japan’s Digital Finance

Binance’s launch of JPY pairs addresses traders’ increasing need for diverse fiat-to-crypto gateways. Binance’s Japanese Yen trading aims to serve current users and attract new ones from a major global economy. These pairs enable direct exchanges with JPY, simplifying and improving trading efficiency on Binance.

To celebrate the new JPY pairs, Binance announced a zero-fee trading promotion. Starting March 12, 2024, at 08:00 UTC, users get zero maker and taker fees on JPY pairs. This promotion is set to run for a month, concluding on April 11, 2024, at 07:59 UTC.

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This initiative by Binance not only fosters a sense of community and sharing within the crypto space but also encourages users to explore and utilize the Binance Pay platform.

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