Binance Exchange 2017-11-28

Binance - Exchange The World

  1. ecryptopro
    Website:
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    Token Symbol:
    BNB
    Supported coins:
    Multiple Cryptos
    Deposit:
    Alt Coin Wallet Address
    Withdrawal:
    Alt Coin Wallet Address
    Country:
    China
    Address:
    Shanghai, China
    Contact:
    support@binance.zendesk.com
    QQ Group: 344615861
    Fees:
    Trading Fees: 0.1%

    Deposit Fees: Free

    Withdrawal Fees:

    Binance Coin - 1 BNB
    Bitcoin - 0.0005 BTC
    Ethereum - 0.005 ETH
    Litcoin - 0.001 LTC
    Neo - Free
    Qtum - 0.1 QTUM
    Status - 1 SNT
    Eos - 0.1 EOS
    Bitcoin Cash - To be confirmed
    Gas - Free
    Bytom - 1 BTM
    USDT - 5 USDT
    HealthCareChain - 0.005 HCC
    Hcash - Free
    openANX - 0.1 OAX
    district0x - 1 DNT
    Monaco - 0.1 MCO
    Iconomi - 0.1 ICN
    ElectionChain - 0.1 ELC
    Walton - 0.1 WTC
    LLToken - 1 LLT
    Loopring - 1 LRC
    Twitter:
    https://twitter.com/binance_2017
    Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/binanceexchange
    Telegram:
    https://t.me/binanceexchange
    Android App:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.binance.dev
    IOS App:
    https://fir.im/binance
    What is Binance?
    Binance is a newer exchange that has been on fire this year, and in a very good way. They have one of the best user interfaces and even have their own cryptocurrency called Binance Coin (BNB). Trading pairs are offered in BTC, ETH, BNB, and USDT. They currently have over 65 cryptocurrencies that you can buy/sell, and they are quick to add new ones. Binance also issues GAS on a monthly basis if you store your NEO on their exchange. Check out my post on how to stake NEO for GAS for more info about that passive income stream.

    The Binance Coin (BNB)
    BNB has a limit of 200,000,000 and there will never be more. It is an Ethereum ERC-20 token, so you can store it in a regular Ethereum wallet. Check out my guide on creating an Ethereum Wallet with MEW if you don’t have one yet! Half of the BNB supply was sold in the ICO, with 40% going to the founding team and 10% going to angel investors. There are a couple of reasons you will want to have some BNB if you plan on using Binance.

    1. BNB can be used to pay for any fees on the platform (Exchange fee, withdraw fee, listing fee, etc.). Using BNB gets a significant discount,

    2. Every quarter Binance uses 20% of its profits to buy back BNB and destroy them. They will do this until they buy 50% of all the BNB back. This will leave 100,000,000 BNB tokens. Generally, buybacks increase the price of a token because it is removing supply from the market.

    3. Binance will build a decentralized exchange and BNB will be used as one of the key base assets. It will also be the gas spent on the decentralized exchange.
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Recent Reviews

  1. SimoCoin
    SimoCoin
    5/5,
    Version: 2017-11-28
    Just a perfect exchange with realtime trade information. For a beginner it will take a little time to find out what is what. I used Coinbase to buy LTC (low transaction fee) and transfer it to Binance. Used BlockCypher to track the transfer. Funds were in Binance within 17 minutes (LTC is not a miners favorite thing to 'waste' time on, according to BlockCypher). From there just buy BTC for my LTC and very easy to get for instance Ripple and withdraw Ripple to other hot/cold storage.
  2. Dennis
    Dennis
    5/5,
    Version: 2017-11-28
    One of the best cryptocurrency exchanges at the moment.
    + Good performance, sleek and intiutive UI
    + Pro Exchange view (similar to Bitfinex and GDAX but somewhat easier to use) with built-in TA tools & indicators
    + Low fees (that you can further cut in half by using their own token BNB for paying the exchange/transfer fees)
    + No verification required unless you withdraw more than 2 BTC daily
    + Supports 39 of the most popular cryptocurrencies at the moment (with hosted wallet for each)
    + The only exchange which credits (monthly) GAS to all NEO holders (I am happily one of those)
    + Great API (supporting also WebSockets) for developers and 3rd party integrations
    - Still somewhat lower trade volume, compared with other popular exchanges like Bittrex and Bitfinex

    I've been using Binance for over a month now without any issues and I am quite happy with it. Recently consolidated all my crypto funds from other exchanges (Bitfinex, Bittrex and GDAX) into Binance.