- Binance.US seeking feedback on its iOS app but no updates on Android app
- The exchange still accessible to 13 US states while exploring 19 new tokens for listing
The world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance is all set to launch the iOS app of its platform for US-based users.
On Wednesday, Binance.US took to Twitter to announce the beta testing of its upcoming iOS app for which it is asking to fill a form for feedback.
The https://t.co/AZwoBOy3iq Apps are coming and we need your help to test them!
First up 📲 iOS beta testing
If you're willing to provide feedback and want to be one of the first to go hands-on, apply via the form below.
— Binance.US (@BinanceAmerica) December 18, 2019
The community’s response will decide if the app is ready for a release or not after they report back any flaws, issues, or bugs on the app.
For now, there isn’t any update on when the beta testing will be available for its android mobile phone users.
However, Binance.US isn’t still accessible to 13 states of the US, including New York, Washington, Alabama, Florida, Alaska, Connecticut, North Carolina, Georgia, Texas, Hawaii, Louisiana, Idaho, and Vermont since its launch in mid-Sept.
The exchange meanwhile is exploring 19 new tokens for listing on its US exchange that includes CELR, DCR, ENJ, FTM, ICX, IOST, KMD, OMG, ONE, ONT, REN, SNT, THETA, TOMO, TRX, XEM, XTZ, HBAR.
Last month, the exchange also announced that its customers can also purchase cryptocurrencies with a debit card in addition to existing US dollar on-ramp and off-ramp such as bank wire and automated clearing house (ACH).
The exchange has been working on increasing the ACH limit to $30,000.