Binance.US has confirmed the listing of its mobile app in the Google Play store.
The exchange made this announcement via a blog post.
“Binance.US is excited to announce that the Binance.US Android App (V1.0) has been officially listed on the Google Play Store,” it reads.
This listing is definitely a welcome improvement. That said, the app is available here.
To remind, Binance.US is the United States arm of Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange by trading volume. Binance.US’s aim is to help crypto enthusiasts in the United States get access to utilizing crypto despite American strict regulations. And comply with the Travel Rule regulation suggested by the FATF. The latter mandates that all exchanges provide details of both the sender and recipients of any crypto transaction.
Since its inception in September 2019, the exchange has soared to great heights. For instance, Altcoin Buzz reported that the traders could take advantage of the 0% trading fees. The initiative terminated on November 1st, 2019.
Binance.US currently known as a fast and productive marketplace. Giving users access to trading across a wide variety of cryptocurrencies. Unlike Huobi US, which has recently closed up shop.
The exchange has also promised to continually evaluate cryptos, tokens and trading pairs. Ensuring they are in line with Binance.US “Digital Asset Risk Assessment Framework, community feedback, and market demand.”
Recently, it announced that Enjin and many other coins could soon be available on Binance.US. In October, it added coins like Ravencoin and Chainlink.
Previously, Altcoin Buzz reported about Google’s decision to delist Metamask, which has now been reverted.
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