He exchange The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance announced the introduction of a commission in the amount of trade zero for the First Digital USD (FDUSD) / Bitcoin (BTC) pair.
Binance’s official statement states that “Users will receive zero maker and taker fees for spot trading and BTC/FDUSD margin pairs.”
Zero Fee Trading on Binance
The platform added Bitcoin and Ethereum (ETH) with pairs spot trading and margin for FDUSD.
In addition, users will receive a commission of “manufacturerzero in pair trade ETH/FDUSD, however, the commission “taking‘ will remain normal. Standard rates apply after promotion ends. trade.
The week before, exchange cryptocurrencies have already announced the listing stablecoin FDUSD with pairs trade BNB/FDUSD, FDUSD/BUSD and FDUSD/USDT.
In honor of the promotion Binance removed fees for manufacturer in all pairs spots trade from FDUSDas well as in any new pair spots trade and the margin of the aforementioned stablecoin.
However, after a few hours, the platform suspended trading with stablecoin and canceled all pending FDUSD orders. Binance cited technical issues with the liquidity provider.
Last year, Binance eliminated fees for spot trading for BTC/USDT, BTC/BUSD, BTC/USDC, BTC/EUR, BTC/TRY and more.
Demand spot trading without commissions was so high that the platform increased its market share among competitors by 20% during promotion.
Commission-free pairs accounted for over 65% of total trading volume. trade on Binance in mid-March. When exchange removed ads, volume trade BTC/USDT on Binance fell by 90%.
According to Kaiko, the volume of transactions spots in that exchange The cryptocurrency fell by 70% in early July due to the return of transaction fees in combination with bitcoin.
However, Binance is not the only platform that has suffered from the drop in trading volume. trade. Total spot volume trade more than two dozen exchanges cryptocurrencies it fell to 2020 levels.
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