binance listing requirements

How to List Your Token on Binance

How to List Your Token on Binance

If you want your digital asset or token to be traded on Binance, you need to meet certain requirements. Here’s what you need to know:

  1. Token Issuer: Binance checks the legal information of the issuer, including their registration details and any adverse information.
  2. CDD AML/CFT: Binance requires information on directors, owners, and partners to comply with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing standards.
  3. Legal Characteristics: Binance examines the legal aspects of the proposed digital asset and may require a legal opinion from a reputable advisor.
  4. Commercial Viability: Binance evaluates the business model, track record, and future plans of the proposed digital asset, as well as the resources available to the issuer.
  5. Technical Capability: Binance assesses the technical capabilities of the team behind the digital asset, including their development history and smart contracts.
  6. Market Demand: Binance looks at the trading liquidity and market demand for the proposed digital asset.
  7. Token Supply: Binance reviews the token supply schedule and assesses the risk of oversupply.
  8. Listing Status: Binance checks the current listing status of the proposed digital asset on other exchanges.
  9. Communication Transparency: Binance examines the official communication channels of the proposed digital asset for transparency and engagement with the community.
binance listing requirements
How to List Your Token on Binance

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