Do you know which coins Binance US is going to support?

3 Votes
7 months ago

Hey, I was wondering if any of you out there know which cryptocurrencies Binance US will support? As you know, Binance US is geared properly to comply with US regulations and not every cryptocurrency is able to meet those standards. Consequently, a lot of coins that are supported by the global Binance platform might not be available on Binance US.

So it would be great if anyone could give me an idea of the coins currently supported or planned for support in the near future. I think it’s important for us to leverage the right platforms to trade specific coins and knowing what’s available on Binance US could really help. Also, any insight on why some coins might not be supported would be appreciated. This way, we could better understand the criteria in listing or delisting coins for American users.


1 Votes
7 months ago

Just to add to Isabella248’s response, there’s another reason some coins aren’t supported on Binance US. Some projects might not want to undergo the process of being listed due to the close scrutiny they may undergo or possibly because of the legal and compliance costs associated with it. It’s not always about the coin failing to meet standards. Sometimes, it’s about the coin’s team making strategic decisions. And yeah, definitely follow Binance US on their official website or social media to stay up-to-date. They periodically review and add new coins.

0 Votes
7 months ago

Sure, I can provide some insight on that! The specific cryptocurrencies Binance US supports can vary over time as new coins are added and others are removed. It’s based on whether they meet regulatory standards in the U.S. As of now, they support most of the major ones like Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), and Litecoin (LTC), along with many others.

But the best way to confirm which are currently supported or planned for support would be to check out Binance US’s official website or social media channels. They often announce recent or upcoming additions there. Keep in mind coin support can change without much notice due to regulatory shifts or other factors.

Regarding why some coins might not be supported, it really comes down to compliance with U.S regulations. Each coin is evaluated separately and must adhere to U.S rules and policies, which are kept pretty tight for the protection of investors. If a coin fails to meet these standards, it won’t be listed. So it’s more about investor protection than anything else. It’s always good practice to stay updated with their announcements and understand the nature of each coin you’re interested in.

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