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Binance is a global cryptocurrency exchange that provides a platform for trading more than 100 cryptocurrencies. Since early 2018, Binance is considered as the biggest cryptocurrency exchange in the world in terms of trading volume.

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  • 1,2 bn average daily volume
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BNB powers the Binance Ecosystem. As the native coin of Binance Chain, BNB has multiple use cases: fueling transactions on the Chain, paying for transaction fees on Binance Exchange, making in-store payments, and many more.


Our vision is to increase the freedom of money globally. We believe that by spreading this freedom, we can significantly improve lives around the world


Our mission is to be the infrastructure services provider for the blockchain ecosystem.

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Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange platform that combines digital technology and finance.
Valletta, NA – Malta, Malta
  • Categories: Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency, Ethereum, Finance, FinTech, Internet, Stock Exchanges
  • Headquarters Regions European Union (EU)
  • Founded Date Jul 1, 2017
  • Founders Changpeng Zhao, Yi HeO
  • perating Status Active
  • Last Funding Type Venture – Series Unknown
  • Number of Employees 251-500
  • Legal Name Binance Holdings Limited
  • IPO Status Private
  • Company Type For Profit
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Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange platform that combines digital technology and finance. The company provides access to exchange digital currency pairs on the market while maintaining security, liquidity, enabling a safe and efficient deal with anyone, anytime and anywhere.


CEO Changpeng Zhao had previously founded Fusion Systems in 2005 in Shanghai; the company built high-frequency trading systems for brokers. In 2013 he joined as the third member of the cryptocurrency wallet’s team. He also worked at OKCoin as CTO for less than a year, a platform for spot trading between fiat and digital assets.[3]

The company was founded in China but moved its servers and headquarters out of China and into Japan in advance of the Chinese government ban on cryptocurrency trading in September 2017.[4] By March 2018 the company had established offices in Taiwan.[3]

As of January 2018 it was largest cryptocurrency exchange with a Binance coin (BNB) market capitalization of $1.3 billion.[2]

In March 2018, Binance announced its intentions to open an office in Malta after stricter regulations in Japan and China.[5] In April 2018, Binance signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Government of Bermuda[6]. Months later, a similar memorandum was signed with the Malta Stock Exchange to develop a platform for trading security tokens[7]. In 2019, company announced Binance Jersey, an independent entity from its parent exchange, with the aim to expand its European influence. Jersey based exchange offers fiat-to-cryptocurrency pairs, including the Euro and the British pound.[8]

In August 2018, Binance along with three other big exchanges raised $32 million for a stable coin project. The idea of stable coins is to provide a cryptocurrency without the notorious volatility of Bitcoin and other popular digital assets.[9]

In January 2019, they announced that it had partnered with Israel-based payment processor Simplex to enable cryptocurrency purchases with debit and credit cards, including Visa and Mastercard. The purchases are subject to Simplex’s local bank policies and are limited to Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and Ripple’s XRP.[10]

On May 7, 2019, Binance revealed that it had been the victim of a “large scale security breach” in which hackers had stolen 7,000 Bitcoin worth around U.S.$40 million at the time.[11] Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao said the hackers “used a variety of techniques, including phishing, viruses and other attacks” and structured their transaction “in a way that passed our existing security checks.”[12] Binance halted further withdrawals and deposits but allowed trading to continue. The site pledged to reimburse customers through its secure asset fund.


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