Binance’s iOS app returned to the Apple app store today.
The largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, Binance’s iOS app has returned after a month's hiatus. A company posting announced the return today following an announcement on Twitter Friday by Binance CEO Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao.
According to Zhao, listing the exchange’s app was a difficult process:
— CZ Binance (@cz_binance) August 16, 2019
Binance’s app is accompanied by the launch of Venus, a Binance stablecoin initiative. The exchange plans to leverage its local infrastructure, including its decentralized exchange Binance Chain, for the project. Binance currently lists two other stablecoins, BTCB, pegged to bitcoin, and BGBP, pegged to the British pound.
Binance had not returned requests for comment by press time.
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