It’s a moment of rejoicing for all Dogecoin fans, as the token is finally going to be listed on Binance Exchange. Initial trading pairs include DOGE/BNB, DOGE/BTC, DOGE/USDT, DOGE/PAX and DOGE/USDC.
— Binance (@binance) July 5, 2019
The Dogecoin community has been urging mainstream giant crypto exchanges to list the fun token. Recently, an enthusiast tweeted asking Binance and Coinbase, two of the prominent crypto trading platforms, to end “discrimination,” and list Dogecoin on their platforms.
— Samu (@QuodSemper) July 1, 2019
Binance has fortunately accepted the request and listed the token on its exchange. And going by the odds, Coinbase will soon follow the lead. Dogecoin has been in the news for all the good reasons off late. Several industry leaders and famous personalities have openly displayed their love and support for the cryptocurrency, which began life as a joke, but soon became one of the most promising crypto projects.
Prominent names supporting Dogecoin include Tesla and Space X Chief Elon Musk, John McAfee, and more recently, Ethereum co-founder and Chief Vitalik Buterin, who admitted that he is pro-Dogecoin. All of these names are ones which are considered to be “hard nuts,” as they wouldn’t support any project without completely analyzing it.
Despite the coin’s popularity among big players, Dogecoin not yet listed on Binance and Coinbase, preventing it from having access to the mammoth user base of the largest crypto exchanges. As more and more platforms follow Binance and list DOGE, the project will see a growing number of users adopting the Shiba Inu faced token in day to day usage, wherever possible.