Prominent cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, announced its support for DigiByte [DGB]. Soon after the announcement, the price of the coin witnessed a significant rise. The latest listing comes off as surprising to the community considering Binance and DigiByte’s past. Zero Listing Fee For DigiByte Last week, DeFi lending platform Compound’s COMP token caught the eye of
Crypto-twitter just witnessed an argument that leaves many users awestruck. Jared Tate, the founder of Digibyte – a cryptocurrency-based platform for issuing digital assets, openly rebuked TRX Founder, Justin Sun, Poloniex Exchange and even the CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao. In a long Twitter thread, Tate criticizes Tron extensively. He said that Tron Foundation conducts
Jared Tate, Founder of Digibyte had recently alleged that Binance Team asked for an exorbitant amount of funds to list Digibyte on Binance. Here is the entire story behind the whole debacle which ensued. DGB Community Members Accused Of Being Chinese Spies The Binance Digibyte controversy started with DigiByte refusing to pay Binance’s listing fee.
DigiByte Founder, Jared Tate has alleged that Binance Team has asked for an incredulous amount of funds and stakes in Digibyte for listing it on Binance. Is Listing DigiByte A Costly Affair? DigiByte Founder recently took to Twitter and said that he did a video call with the Binance Team a few weeks back, for