Binance plans to launch U.S. division in Two months

Binance will launch the American division exchange within two months

Binance US Division could soon go live ahead in November as indicated by its CEO, Cheddar first reported.

Founded in 2017 by Changpeng Zhao, Binance is an international cryptocurrency exchange. It is one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges.

Moreover, the company has managed fiat to crypto exchange that will offer its services to its American clients, who are progressively getting avoided from the different exchanges.

As of now, Binance is the Biggest crypto-exchange on the planet by volume, announced in June that it would quit serving US clients on the 12th of September as it even plans to officially enter the US market with a regulated fiat to the crypto-exchange.

Previously, Binance revealed that it would get into a partnership with the not so known BAM trading services. The BAM Trading Services came into the news after the appointment of the former Ripple Executive Catherine Coley as CEO in the month of July.

Executive Opinion

In an interview to Cheddar, Binance CEO, Zhao, said: "The U.S. has always been a very important market; globally, it's one of the biggest markets for any business, including in cryptocurrency," "We want to be fully compliant. Before we didn't feel we had the experience to do that, but now we have our partners, so we want to take this opportunity to explore the market."

"For any centralized service, we have to do [client verification] and hold customer data. On top of that, we have to hold customer assets. Unlike banks, when the assets get stolen, it's difficult to get them back. There's a high responsibility on the centralized exchanges we need to carry out well."

More about the Binance announcement

BAM does not have the required BitLicense to provide crypto-exchange services in New York. Zhao revealed that the trade at first would not be accessible to New Yorkers, but instead, he expects to apply for the permit from the State Department of Financial Services, New York.

As of now, Binance cryptocurrency exchange lists 150 tokens and coins. Binance.US is considering to list 30 assets initially, the report says.

In the report, Coley acknowledged that "the ease of issuing blockchain tokens and the perceived lack of regulation could make these tokens targets for abuse," and that the company even recognizes that it has legal and moral obligations to protect its users.

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