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Crypto Platform Binance Set to Launch US Branch in a Few Weeks

Major crypto exchange platform Binance is set to launch Binance.US in a few weeks. A Know Your Customer (KYC) registration will precede the roll-out of the company’s US branch by a few days.

News from Binance.US 

An article recently published by Binance.US on Medium revealed the platform’s tentative schedule. It also outlined several vital steps and items required in preparation for trading on Binance. 

As per the post, the company decided on an advanced KYC onboarding to ensure that clients will have ample time to verify accounts and deposit funds. 

Binance.US users will also need to submit an acceptable government ID, like a passport or driver’s license, as well as their social security number (SSN) to register for access to the platform’s marketplace, which will be open in most states in the country. 

The article also stated that the list of states Binance.US will be rolling out its services hasn’t been finalized but gave assurances that it will be released before the KYC onboarding commences. 

Desktop and Mobile Accessibility

Binance.US also said that clients can begin depositing cryptocurrency as soon as they successfully complete the KYC onboarding procedure. The company will reportedly provide desktop and mobile access for the exchange’s initial launch. An app version is slated to be released in the future. 

Binance.US is described as a fast, secure, and compliant digital asset marketplace. As a partner of the Binance global ecosystem, the US branch is set to bring the platform’s undisputed technology, speed, and execution to customers in the United States. 

Cryptocurrency aficionados based in the US previously lost a number of trading options for several digital assets when Binance became unavailable to them last September.

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