Binance.US, Binance's trading platform for customers based in the U.S., has announced that it is exploring the idea of introducing support for up to 18 additional cryptoassets.
Binance.US, which was launched in September 2019, is a digital asset exchange that is "powered by matching engine and wallet technologies" licensed from Binance but is operated by San Francisco-based BAM Trading Services.
On Tuesday (December 10), Catherine Coley, the CEO of Binance.US, published a blog post that provided a recap of the exchange's achievements since launch date, the main one of which is trading support for 26 cryptoassets.
Examples of some of the most recently added cryptossets are NANO, QTUM, LINK, DOGE, ALGO, ZEC, DASH, and VET.
More interestingly, Coley said that Binance.US is using its Digital Asset Risk Assessment Framework to evaluate 18 other cryptoassets -- CELR, DCR, ENJ, FTM, ICX, IOST, KMD, OMG, ONE, ONT, REN, SNT, THETA, TOMO, TRX, XEM, XTZ, HBAR -- to decide which of these should be added.
Featured Image Credit: Photo via Pixabay.com. Diagram Showing Potential Future Digital Assets Courtesy of Binance.