Crypto Exchange Binance Launches New Platform for Institutional Investors

Binance has announced the launch of a new platform designed specifically for VIP clients and institutional crypto investors.

The world’s largest exchange by volume says Binance aims to improve its products and services for institutional investors, asset managers, brokers, hedge funds, family offices, owned trading firms, liquidity providers, high net worth individuals, and miners. Business.

The Binance Institutional offers a range of exclusive offers, including credit trading support, OTC services for trades of at least $200,000, return products for clients, and other professional services.


Binance launches the new platform as reports of the exchange continue to grow despite the crypto winter.

In an interview on Yahoo! Finance Live last week Changpeng Zhao, CEO of Binance He said That the stock market hires more people and increases mergers and acquisitions (M&A).

“We look at stressed assets and distressed companies and would like to help them with either loans, minority investments or even mergers and acquisitions – majority takeovers. So all of those things are on the table. But I think we all look at all the offers that are available in the market. Today, all of these are coming up. Offers almost to us.

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