The Founder and CEO of the Electroneum blockchain, Richard Ells has made a call to the Binance CEO Changpeng Zhoa, and his team to take a look at Electroneum native token ETN and consider adding support for cryptocurrency on Binance exhange.
Ells made this call through a recent video done in response to an interview where the Binance CEO explained that his crypto exchange platform has a very rigorous and pretty transparent listing process.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, had in the interview declared that any project that has garnered recognition and a large number of adoption would get listed on Binance, even without being contacted. Zhao went on to advice developers to work more on the adoption of their project, reiterating that a project with over a million users regardless of its founder or location would get listed on Binance automatically.
However, the Electroneum Blockchain with its over four million registered users out of which about 2.7 million have downloaded the Electroneum App said it has contacted Binance twice but got no response. The Electroneum CEO further explained that despite the fact that his blockchain firm had bought the BNB coin, Binance is yet to respond to the listing of ETN.
Projects would be easily overlooked with the increasing number of listing applications made to the prestigious crypto exchange, said Richard Ells.
Howbeit, it is important to mention that the Electroneum blockchain was able to garner millions of users within the first 30 months of its launch through an airdrop of up to $3 in ETN per month. Also the UK-based blockchain has finalized the first phase of its mining scheme which was focused on the adoption of its native token, and had now moved on to the phase two which is focused on expanding the ETN adoption and building its ecosystem.
Richard Ells in the course of the video also proposed a potential joint venture in developing countries to Binance CZ, explaining that his blockchain has participated a couple of times in the Binance’s your coin votes but the exchange might have thought the votes on ETN were fake or generated from bots due to its massiveness.
Ells reiterated that the votes on ETN were not fake and was massive because the Electroneum’s Community isbig.