Binance Kazakhstan introduces 30 new tokens for spot trading

Binance Kazakhstan has expanded its offerings for spot trading. In a recent press release, the exchange disclosed the addition of 30 tokens to its trading platform, following approval from the Astana Financial Services Authority AFSA, effective from December 12.

Binance Kazakhstan introduces 30 new tokens for spot trading

With this change, the total number of cryptocurrencies available for spot trading on the local platform has reached 92, establishing it as the crypto exchange with the most extensive list among licensed platforms in the country.

Among the newly added assets are popular coins like Quant (QNT), Conflux (CFX), Yearn.finance (YFI), Enjin Coin (ENJ), and others. This expansion provides traders with additional opportunities to diversify their portfolios.

Zhaslan Madiyev, the General Manager at Binance Kazakhstan, highlighted a noteworthy accomplishment for the exchange, emphasising the platform’s progress toward its goal of introducing 100 tokens to the Binance Kazakhstan spot market by the end of the year.

The Kazakhstan branch of the world’s largest crypto exchange began operations in June, initially offering 21 cryptocurrencies for trading. However, within six months, Binance Kazakhstan has significantly broadened its token selection.

Earlier, Binance, in collaboration with the National Bank of Kazakhstan, launched a test stablecoin based on the digital tenge, providing a swift method to verify the security of assets through digital currency.

Additionally, the crypto exchange has initiated the largest blockchain educational program in the country’s universities.

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