Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, has finally listed its trading app on Apple store again. This happened months after the app was taken off the service. The CEO of the exchange, Changpeng Zhao, commented about the victory on Twitter.
According to him, it was a very difficult process that allowed the company to list its iOS app there again. The app was listed after the company followed a long process of adhering to all the rules that Apple required
Zhao joked that it was actually harder to be listed on the Apple Store than having a token being listed on Binance. The joke was because Binance is said to be considerably hard to get in. Many altcoins providers want the fame that Binance can provide them, but have a tough time being listed.
Not only the app has returned to the store, but Binance also launched Venus this week. Venus is a stablecoin backed by the company. The idea was to use Venus in order to make the Binance DEX (decentralized exchange) even more decentralized than it is right now. Before Venus, Binance launched BTCB, which pegged to Bitcoin (BTC) and BGBP, pegged to the British pound (GBP).