Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao rebuffed criticism of the alternate’s itemizing charges Saturday, saying commentators ought to consider the standard of cash it chooses to checklist.
‘Is My Coin Good Sufficient?’
In a sequence of Tweets, Zhao took difficulty with Expanse founder Christopher Franko, who had beforehand claimed the alternate quoted him 400 BTC ($2,600,000) for itemizing his altcoin token.
“We don’t checklist shitcoins even when they pay 400 or four,000 BTC,” he wrote, implying that some tokens didn’t appeal to a list payment based mostly on assembly sure undisclosed standards.
“[Ethereum, NEO, Ripple, EOS, Monero and Litecoin and more] listed with no payment. Query will not be ‘how a lot does Binance cost to checklist?’ however ‘is my coin ok?’ It’s not the payment, it’s your undertaking! Focus by yourself undertaking!”
We don't checklist shitcoins even when they pay 400 or four,000 BTC. ETH/NEO/XRP/EOS/XMR/LTC/extra listed with no payment. Query will not be “how a lot does Binance cost to checklist?” however “is my coin ok?” It’s not the payment, it's your undertaking! Focus by yourself undertaking!
— CZ (not giving crypto away) (@cz_binance) August 11, 2018
Franko Challenged Over E mail Claims
Twitter customers had joined Franko in condemning Binance for its alleged payment. Franko had additionally uploaded a screenshot of an e-mail reportedly from a Binance customer support consultant in regards to the charges, which the alternate subsequently claimed was faux.
Whereas Franko acknowledged he didn’t consider the e-mail was not bonafide, Zhao continued the narrative, saying Binance “by no means” offers out quotations in emails.
“…The e-mail Franko confirmed is a spoofed/rip-off e-mail, not from Binance. Binance by no means quote charges in e-mail, and never in BTC,” he continued.