Governance token Shiba Inu BONE has received special attention from exchanges in the past week, when it was listed on 6 exchanges. Big names like OKX and Huobi Global stand out.
While major exchanges seem to be interested in BONE at the moment as its popularity soars, the Shiba Inu community hopes that the world’s largest exchange, Binance, will do the same.
During a recent Q&A session, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) spent 1 hour on Twitter answering questions from the audience. After Binance CEO mentioned SHIB, the Shiba Inu community was impressed. CZ talked about Binance’s support for memecoins, even though he doesn’t know the asset class personally.
Changpeng Zhao (CZ) – CEO of Binance
He mentioned that Binance has listed SHIB, which is currently one of the most traded currencies on the exchange. The Binance CEO had these words in response to a user’s question about the popularity of the memecoin prior to its listing on Binance.
Bone will OK Listing on Binance?
CZ responded that he does not comment on specific project listings, but the first criterion for listing is users, although other factors will be considered.
“If a coin has a lot of user transactions and wants to own it, we will probably list it. If the coin only lasts for two weeks, we may not list it. But if it maintains a reputation, then maybe we will. So we start from Look at tokens from a user’s point of view.”
CZ emphasized that he was not involved in the Binance listing process, as there is an independent team that evaluates tokens for listing.
In February, the Shiba Inu community created a petition on Change.org expressing support for the Binance listing. However, it wasn’t enough to make an impact, as the petition only collected 2,042 signatures.
Currently, BONE price can be tracked on Binance. However, it is still unknown when Binance will be launched.
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