Bitcoin exchange Binance will add a new stabilini

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The largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance considering adding new tablconv in addition to those already represented on the platform three “stable coins”. It is reported by CoinDesk.

“We hope to be able to add the listing to our platform several tablconv”, — said financial Director of the exchange, Wei Zhou in conversation with the publication.

At the same time, he said, the new initiative does not mean the loss of company credibility to the most popular stablon Tether USD (USDT). The latter is still not regained parity with the us dollar and is currently trading at $0,98.

“We believe that everything will fall into place. We will continue to support USDT”, he added.

Considerable interest in stabilium Binance started to show even before the dramatic events around the Tether. So, at the end of September the largest trading volume, the exchange has added support Standard Paxos (PAX). In may in listing Binance was added stablon TrueUSD (TUSD).

Wei also said that the research team Binance is currently reviewing almost everything on the market stabilini. Thus, according to him, it is likely that the next “stable coin” in the exchange listing will be supported by Gemini brothers Winklevoss Dollar (GUSD).

Note that the above “new stabilini” has also lost parity with the U.S. dollar. However, in contrast to USDT, they all traded slightly above $1.

Returning to Tether, Wei emphasized the importance of this coin:

“We really believe that this stabilin is a factor that has now critical to our ecosystem”

This week Binance had some to suspend the possibility of withdrawal of USDT, the volatility of which is abnormally increased on the background of massive growth in sales of this coin. According to Wei, the panic was caused by “disseminating false rumors” on the Tether.

ForkLog previously reported Ugandan unit Binance, which supports the local currency.

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