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Binance Futures Will Postpone the Launch of USDC-Margined BTC, ETH, BNB, SOL and XRP Perpetual Contracts

Binance Futures Will Postpone the Launch of USDC-Margined BTC, ETH, BNB, SOL and XRP Perpetual Contracts

2024-01-03 13:08

Fellow Binancians,

The trading start time for the USDC-Margined BTC, ETH, BNB, SOL and XRP Perpetual Contracts, originally set to start from 2024-01-03 12:30 (UTC), will be postponed due to current market volatility and to ensure a smooth trading experience for our users. Binance will launch the USDC-Margined BTC Perpetual Contract at 2024-01-04 12:30 (UTC), and list the USDC-Margined ETH, BNB, SOL and XRP Perpetual Contracts subsequently every five minutes after. 

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Note: This announcement was last updated on 2024-01-03.

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