Binance Allows Users to Bind Visa to Accounts and Launches App in US

December 26, 2019 6:41 PM UTC

According to Binance’s official announcement on Twitter, users are now able to purchase cryptocurrencies by binding their Visa cards to their Binance account.

This service is available for credit and debit Visa cards and according to the announcement, Binance will roll support for Mastercard in the near future.

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The exchange has also opened a few trading pairs for TRY against ETH, XRP and USDT and a new USDT/RUB trading pair.

Please note: The Turkish lira (TRY) and Russian Ruble (RUB) are national currencies and does not represent the ticker of other existing digital assets.

Additionally, Binance.US is now available on Android for testing.

The US app is fairly similar to the traditional Binance application and will allow US crypto users to buy and trade cryptocurrencies as well as complete their ID verification, add a bank account and any of the other features offered by Binance.

Binance.US performance was certainly not great and has failed to deliver on the hype. Daily trading volume for the exchange remains below $5 million most of the time even though there are more than 40 different trading pairs.


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