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Binance Will List Aptos (APT)

Binance Will List Aptos (APT)

2022-10-18 01:04
Fellow Binancians,
Binance will list Aptos (APT) and will open trading for these spot trading pairs at 2022-10-19 01:00 (UTC):
  • New Spot Trading Pairs: APT/BTC, APT/BUSD and APT/USDT
  • Users can now start depositing APT in preparation for trading
  • Withdrawals for APT will open at 2022-10-20 01:00 (UTC)
  • APT Listing Fee: 0 BNB
Note: The withdrawal open time is an estimated time for users’ reference. Users can view the actual status of withdrawals on the withdrawal page.
In addition, Binance will add APT as a new borrowable asset on Cross Margin and Isolated Margin, as well as these new margin pairs, within 48 hours from 2022-10-19 01:00 (UTC):
  • New Cross Margin Pairs: APT/BUSD, APT/USDT
  • New Isolated Margin Pairs: APT/BUSD, APT/USDT
Please refer to Margin Data for a list of the most updated marginable assets and further information on specific limits and rates.
What is Aptos (APT)?
Aptos is a proof-of-stake (PoS) Layer 1 blockchain that uses the Move programming language and virtual machine (MoveVM) for dApp development. APT is the native token for network fees, validator staking and governance.
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Binance reserves the right in its sole discretion to amend or change or cancel this announcement at any time and for any reasons without prior notice.
Risk Warning: Digital asset prices can be volatile. The value of your investment may go down or up and you may not get back the amount invested. You are solely responsible for your investment decisions and Binance is not liable for any losses that might arise from your use of Margin. Margin trading carries substantial risk and amplifies both losses and profits. Past performance is not a reliable predictor of future performance. All of your margin balance may be liquidated in the event of adverse price movement. This information should not be regarded as financial or investment advice. To learn more about how to protect yourself, visit our Responsible Trading page. For more information, see our Terms of Use and Risk Warning.