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25/10/18 06:28 UTC-4

Binance launched the first cryptocurrency exchanger in Uganda

 Binance launched the first cryptocurrency exchanger in Uganda
Binance launched the first cryptocurrency exchanger in Uganda

Binance, the world's second largest crypto-exchange, launched its exchanger in Uganda (an African country) – this was reported on October 24 on the official Binance website.

Binance Uganda is the first exchange of fiat money for cryptocurrency in Uganda, which was officially launched on the local market. This allows users to exchange two main crypto-assets – Bitcoin (BTC) and Etherium (ETH) – for a local Fiat Ugandan shilling (UGX).

Recall that last week, Binance officially announced the imminent opening of the platform in Uganda. According to previous statements of "Binance Uganda", until November 24, 2018, the exchanger will operate without commission charges. After this period, the commission will be 0.1%.

Also, the Binance crypto-platform donated $ 500,000 for the technological development of Uganda. As reported on the Binance.com website, donations were made through the BlockchainBlockchain
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Charity Foundation (BCF), a charity foundation.

"The opening of a crypto-exchanger in the African country is part of Binance’s intention to contribute to the development of the blockchain system on the whole African continent" – Binance.

Editor: Yuliya Soroka

See also: "Medici Ventures invests Mind social Blockchain Platform"

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