The largest cryptocurrency exchange by marketcap Binance is about to list stablecoin TrueUSD (TUSD) as its additional base currency, according to Bitcoin Magazine.
At the time of writing, Binance has only four base currencies such as follows: bitcoin (BTC), binance coin (BNB), ethereum (ETH), and USDⓈ.
Though TUSD isn’t listed as base currency yet, it’s expected the exchange will do that in the coming days.
Thus, it seems Binance makes every effort to expand its range of base currencies because recently the users of the exchange could use only ambiguous tether (USDT) as a currency for fiat withdrawals.
Earlier, Binance and Bithumb, made significant listings of Republic Protocol, IOST and Polymath tokens. Binance noted it received from the Republic Protocol 28,000 BNB.
TrueUSD is a blockchain-based stablecoin which is stuck by its value to stable assets like gold, fiat currency or oil.
Previously, Binance published a new video showing the possibilities of preparing for the launch of a decentralized platform. The new release shows a full-fledged trading interface, the process of creating accounts and the possibilities of the upcoming blockchain explorer Binance Chain.
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