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Binance’s cryptocurrency trading platform for United States-based users, Binance.US, is asking its community to beta test the upcoming Binance.US iOS app.
Binance’s cryptocurrency trading platform for United States-based users, Binance.US, is asking its customers to beta test the upcoming Binance.US iOS app.
On Dec. 18, Binance.US took to Twitter to announce that the iOS app is now in the beta testing phase. Give the importance of beta testing to a successful app launch, the company is reaching out to its active community to help test the app.
The beta testing phase will give Binance.US the opportunity to address possible flaws and have them resolved before making the app available to a wider audience. Beta testers will use the app over a specific period of time, reporting back any bugs or issues, and give feedback about the app, which will help Binance.US to decide whether or not the app is ready for full release.
Those who are interested in participating in the beta testing phase of the iOS app, and “want to be one of the first to go hands-on” can apply at the Binance.US Twitter account. It is not clear when the beta testing will be available for Android mobile phone users.
Cointelegraph contacted Binance.US about specifics regarding the iOS app but did not receive a response as of press time.
Buy crypto with debit cards on Binance.US
At the beginning of November, Binance.US announced that the exchange offer its customers the possibility to purchase cryptocurrencies with a debit card, joining existing U.S. dollar on-ramp and off-ramps, including the automated clearinghouse (ACH) and bank wire.
Binance.US went live on Sept. 24 of this year and broke the $10 million volume mark on Oct. 23.
Collaboration with Tagomi
In November, Binance.US partnered with prime broker firm Tagomi, a lending and borrowing service. The cooperation enables Binance.US to offer institutional liquidity for Tagomi’s users, including quant funds, venture funds, family offices, individual retirement accounts and high-net-worth individuals.