- Binance announces new stablecoin listing.
- Zero-fee promotions introduced for AEUR trading pairs.
- AEUR offers stability and reliability in crypto transactions.
Today, there is a new development in the world of Bitcoin and altcoins. The cryptocurrency exchange Binance has announced it will list a new stablecoin. Accordingly, Binance will list the stablecoin Anchored Coins EUR (AEUR) and will open new spot trading pairs starting from December 4, 2023, at 13:00. Binance, which made the announcement, also offers two exciting zero-fee promotions for AEUR spot trading pairs.
AEUR Listing and Trading Pairs
Cryptocurrency exchange Binance users will be able to trade new spot trading pairs including AEUR/USDT, BTC/AEUR, ETH/AEUR, and EUR/AEUR. Deposit operations for AEUR are currently open, and withdrawals will begin from December 5, 2023, at 13:00.
The cryptocurrency exchange Binance has also announced a zero transaction fee promotion for all AEUR spot trading pairs. This promotion covers all users and allows them to benefit from zero maker fees for AEUR spot trading pairs, including the newly introduced pairs during the promotion period. This exciting opportunity will be valid from December 4, 2023, at 13:00 until the next announcement.
With another move to please its users, Binance is adding AEUR to its zero transaction fee promotion. This means that users can enjoy zero maker and taker fees on AEUR/USDT, BTC/AEUR, and EUR/AEUR spot trading pairs. The validity of this promotion will last from December 4, 2023, at 13:00 until the next announcement.
About AEUR: Stability and Reliability in Crypto Transactions
AEUR stands out as a Euro-backed stablecoin and payment token issued by Anchored Coins AG. Positioned as an alternative solution for crypto users seeking stability, AEUR is natively issued on Ethereum and BNB Chain and has plans for support on additional blockchains.
Each AEUR has a 1:1 redemption claim against the issuer. It is also backed by EUR in the assigned reserve bank, providing a reliable tool for transactions and value storage while reducing risks associated with price volatility. The reserve account of AEUR is subject to periodic audits by independent third parties such as Prescient Assurance, ensuring transparency and accountability.