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Binance places new Bitcoin ads in 17 London bus stations

Binance places new Bitcoin ads in 17 London bus stations

Continuing its targeting to the U.K., Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, has placed new ads in London featuring Bitcoin, which it described as the “evolution of money.”

The new ads were placed in 17 bus stops in London, with the ad including old and new coins used in the U.K., followed by the Bitcoin and a subtitle of “it’s time to adapt.”

Binance is looking forward to setting up a new digital currency exchange this autumn, but the new platform will require the consent of the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA).

Binance is attempting to find new investors in the U.K., which is known as a key global financial hub, where it declared that it would become part of the self-regulating industry association CryptoUK as an executive member.

According to CoinMarketCap, Binance has a daily volume of $7,366,480,452, with the BTC/USDT dominating more than 20 percent of the total trades.

Meanwhile, the Bitcoin is 0.92 percent up at $11,.733, Ethereum surged 6.25 percent at $435.60 and Ripple augmented 1.06 percent at $0.2818.

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