Binance keeps expanding – airdrops support and Coin of the Month

Posted 18 June, 2018

The major trading platform for bitcoin – Binance – reportedly announced that it would support airdrop companies and resume Coin of the Month voting.

According to the official statement, the exchange will support three EOS-based projects IQ, DAC and EON. Notably, the company stated that like other coins, all these EOS projects are to pass the strict check for listing and trading on the platform. 

Besides, EON has been already added as it has been reported lately:

"Binance has completed the distribution of EON. You can log in and check that the EON has been credited to your account".

In addition, Binance also plans to bring back the voting for the Coin of the Month. Specifically, with this feature users will be able to vote for their favourite projects as well as suggest tokens that should be considered by the platform for listing. Besides, it also added Siacoin at the end of last week.

According to the voting rules, released on the company website: 

"Each registered user can vote for multiple candidates but will only be able to submit their full vote once. Users will need to pay 0.1 BNB per candidate in their vote (i.e. 0.2 BNB will be deducted if 2 candidates are selected)."

For reference, last time the vote took place more than 3 months ago. The current voting is opened for Arcblock (ABT), Bytom (BTM), Dock (DOCK), Fusion (FSN), Havven (HAV), Oyster (PRL), Pundi X (NPXS), Ravencoin (RVN).

Earlier, the exchange reported about the planned expansion with fiat trading by end-2018.

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