Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, has announced the listing of XRP, Bitcoin [BTC], Ethereum [ETH], Stellar Lumens [XLM], EOS, and Binance Coin [BNB] trading pairs against the stablecoin True USD [TUSD].
Initially, the official blog stated that the aforementioned trading pairs would be added on December 7, 2018, at 10:00 AM UTC. However, a subsequent tweet from Binance’s official Twitter handle postponed the listing of trading pairs BNB/TUSD, BTC/TUSD, and ETH/TUSD to a “later date”, but the rest of the trading pairs will be listed as planned.
Binance’s tweet stated:
“UPDATE: Due to technical reasons, we will delay the listing of BNB/TUSD, BTC/TUSD, ETH/TUSD trading pairs to a later date. As such, we will keep the TUSD/BNB, TUSD/BTC, TUSD/ETH trading pairs listed until this date.”
To this, Changpeng Zhao, commonly known as CZ and the CEO and founder of the exchange tweeted:
“Apologies, found a minor bug with mixed base currencies in a market. Nothing too serious, but will fix it first.”
The official blog also stated:
“The existing TUSD/BNB, TUSD/BTC, TUSD/ETH trading pairs will be removed and delisted at 2018/12/08 10:00 AM (UTC). All existing orders in each order book will also be canceled at this time.”
TrueUSD is yet another stablecoin in the world of cryptocurrency that was launched by TrustToken asset tokenization platform, which was launched first on Bittrex platform.
The market cap of TUSD is currently holding steady at $202.35 million and ranks 25 on CoinMarketCap and has a total circulating supply of 199.48 million.
A Twitter user XareP tweeted:
“No.2 #XRP #xrpthebase should also be the base. How many times we need to remind you CZ??? Do the right thing man… @cz_binance @binance”
Another Twitter user commented:
“Makes it much easier to trade! Thanks!”
s1lverbox, a Twitter user stated:
“Printer broken? Cannot print enough fake true dollars”
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