Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao responded to accusations that his company takes 400 bitcoins or about $ 2.4 million for listing cryptocurrencies.
Zhao stated that Binance selects projects according to their qualities, not the ability to pay high fees. He mentioned, what is ethereum, NEO, XRP, EOS, Monero, Litecoin and many other cryptocurrencies hit Binance without paying a cent for it.
Binance CEO commented on information on the cost of listing cryptocurrencies on the exchange
Commenting on the screenshot of the email released by the co-founder of the Expanse blockchain platform Christopher Franco, Zhao stated that the submitted message was sent by scammers, and Binance had nothing to do with it. He also drew attention to the fact that Binance never sets the price in bitcoins and does not indicate it in emails..
“All complaints about listing fees come from projects that do not make it to our exchange. In other words, we did not take money from them or even ask for it. It’s not about the commission, but about the project. Of course, there are many great projects out there that are not yet featured on Binance. we working on this, ”he wrote. “Finally, trying to promote your project through my Twitter will get you nowhere. If I could, I would retaliate, but I am no longer involved in the listing process, even to that extent. “.
On this week Expanse co-founder Christopher Franco in on your Twitter reported that he contacted Binance via the official email address and that was when he learned about the exchange rates. He doubted that he was in correspondence with someone who is not a representative of the company, and asked Binance to name the real listing price if it claims that the message he published was not true, but this question remained unanswered..
Meanwhile, South Korean project CyClean continues to insist on what was negotiated by Binance, which said it does not have a listing agreement with it..
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