BONE price turns green as exchange head recalls Binance listing rules
A Shiba Inu ecosystem token, BONE, rose 8% in value during today’s trading session. At the time of writing, BONE is trading at $1.34 per token, down 44% from its all-time high of $2.4.
The Shiba Inu ecosystem token pumps out a relatively low trading volume of $7.5 million. For BONE, such values are nothing new, as the token is still not traded on a major crypto exchange. It’s no secret that Shiba Inu enthusiasts have been waiting for BONE to appear on major exchanges, especially Binance, for a long time.
By a happy coincidence, the subject of listing on the black and yellow crypto giant was brought up today by its leader Changpeng Zhao, also known in the crypto space as CZ. The crypto entrepreneur shared advice about listing on Binance and asked which coin should be included in the following listings.
How to get listed on Binance?
Besides the official registration rules, there are things that can help speed up the process. These include the visibility of the project, the support of Binance in the community, the incorporation of BNB or BUSD into the mechanism of the project, and the accountability and professionalism of the team.
CZ also cited a number of things you absolutely shouldn’t do. For example, don’t send them a whitepaper, ask about their application status, seek to contact the Binance team, or sell tokens on social media without asking.