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BINANCE.US ANNOUNCES TWO NEW STATES OPEN FOR CRYPTO TRADING: ALABAMA AND GEORGIA

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Binance.US announces regulated services in Alabama and Georgia

bringing total number of regulated states to 40

September 15, 2020 – Binance.US, America’s home for digital asset trading, launched in the state of Alabama and Georgia today, giving millions of new Americans access to the exchange. Alabama and Georgia become the 39th and 40th states respectively that Binance.US supports as they push to expand access to the entire United States.

Customers can register their accounts today, September 15th, 2020, and instantly tap into the benefits of trading on Binance.US. Binance.US is registered and fully compliant with Alabama and Georgia’s regulatory requirements.

“We’re thrilled to bring Binance.US to two new states,” said Binance.US’ CEO, Catherine Coley. “Alabama and Georgia are key states on our way to being regulatory compliant across the U.S. I’m excited to hear from new users on their trading needs and preferences as we work to become the best crypto exchange in America.”

With an ambitious goal of bringing more understanding to crypto in these states with its easy-to-use platform, Binance.US is bringing a breadth of new options for cryptocurrency traders in each state. These new states will allow more Americans to participate in their digital financial future.

About Binance.US

Binance.US is America’s home to buy, trade, and earn digital assets including Bitcoin. We deliver the lowest fees to move USD into over 40 different cryptocurrencies instantly. We continue to evaluate new cryptocurrencies to list on Binance.US that follow our Digital Asset Risk Assessment Framework, community feedback, and market demand. Our mission is to bring financial confidence and crypto literacy to more Americans every day.

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