Binance New Listing: New And Upcoming Coins Listed On Binance

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October 19, 2022: Updated to reflect new listings announced by Binance and Binance.US

Binance's popularity as one of the best crypto exchanges needs no further introduction, but to keep this position, Binance needs new listings.

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With so many new cryptocurrencies launching every day, the likes of Coinbase add new listings pretty regularly, as does Binance. This need for innovation spreads beyond just new listings, with the Binance Learn and Earn quizzes also developed to attract more users. Amid the recent Luna delisting, Binance has again listed Luna 2.0 and Luna classic back on its exchange.

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So, just which cryptocurrencies and tokens have been listed and delisted? Let's take a look at Binance's recent additions.

New Coin Listings On Binance

Since 2022 began, Binance has listed the tokens mentioned below:

  • Optimism (OP)
  • Lido DAO {LDO}
  • Mobilecoin (MOB)
  • Project Galaxy ((GAL)
  • Alpine F1 Fan Token (ALPINE)
  • Anchor Protocol (ANC)
  • API3
  • Acala (ACA)
  • Woo Network (WOO)
  • Glimmer (GLMR)
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  • Alchemy Pay (ACH)
  • Immutable X (IMX)
  • GMX
  • Stargate (STG)
  • Aptos (APT)

Binance will add new coins in several ways first, such as through the Innovation Zone, on the Binance Launchpad. You can see all previous coin listings on Binance's website

Upcoming new coins on Binance.US

Some new crypto coins are making their way to Binance.US. Some of them are listed below:

  • Alchemy Pay (ACH)
  • Kusama (KSM)
  • Kadena (KDA)
  • Oasis Network (ROSE)
  • Celo (CEL0)

Upcoming Coins on Binance

It's hard to predict which crypto coins will ultimately be listed by Binance, with Binance often making the listing announcement just hours before trading begins.

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Of course, there are countless coins that seek listings on Binance, which is deemed a step towards more mainstream adoption due to its userbase.

Baby Dogecoin is seeking a Binance listing, while SafeMoon also wants Binance support. Floki Inu is also awaiting a listing on Binance.

While Binance keeps is listing plans relatively under-the-wraps, we do know some details about how it assesses tokens.

According to Binance's CEO Chengpeng Zhao, the most important criteria employed by Binance while selecting a crypto token for listing is assessing the total number of users that are holding that coin.

Moreover, the exchange also keeps other factors in mind including the number of active addresses on blockchain, social media audience and code commits before listing a coin on its exchange.