And while that’s likely a positive thing for crypto investors who have been burned by altcoin assets in the past, there are a number of alternatives US-based traders can visit to get a fix of the altcoin trading action.
Where Can US-Based Crypto Traders Still Invest in the Altcoin Market?
After tomorrow, the largest portion of the population of crypto traders, responsible for as much as 43% of market activity, will be barred from making deposits or making any trading on Binance , the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange.
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Binance currently offers a few hundred different altcoin assets, ranging from common major cap coins like Ethereum , Litecoin , and Ripple , to more obscure altcoins such as Ethos, Ripio Credit Network, or Storj.
However, when Binance ushers US-based investors over to their new Binance US counterpart, potentially as few as 30 different coins could be listed and that includes Bitcoin among the number.
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