Early user response?After successful beta testing on both iOS and Android versions in December, users can now trade over 25 digital currencies in real-time.
"Binancians" can track and analyze market movements, as well as trade within ACH limits up to $30k, make wire transfers, and make debit card payments.
Existing customers in 37 eligible states can seamlessly access their accounts.
New users get a $15 signup bonus and 30 days of free trading.
US CEO Catherine Coley told Cointelegraph that the app is "Made specifically for them. One of Binance.US' unique features is that we actually listen to our customers."
The app has apparently impressed early users, having garnered a 4.4 rating on GooglePlay and a 4.9 on the App Store.
Roid user Smiles J writes, "Binance app  is super clean, very quick and responsive." iOS user Rutledge Long writes, "The app is completely cross-functional, enabling me to do all of my crypto business virtually anywhere my phone gets service."
Hopes for 2020The new app is apparently just the start for the exchange's relatively young U.S. arm.
Coley projected positively into 2020:."The app launch makes strides towards achieving one of our goals for 2020: to build an everyday product that's a part of people's everyday lives  We want to serve as an entry point for Americans to move from speculation about crypto to actually using it as a financial tool."
Binance.US Launches New App on iOS and Android
Published on Jan 14, 2020
by Cointele | Published on Coinage
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