According to a recent tweet, Binance already supports 42 fiat currencies but aims to be able to handle 180.
Not all of the supported currencies can be directly deposited from a bank onto the exchange, however, and many require extensive know-your-customer (KYC) processes and have limits on withdrawals.
Additionally, some of the currencies the exchange claims to support must be transferred through third-party payments companies that will be taking a cut and adding extra steps into the process.
The tweet asked users which fiat currencies it should support next. Many requests were from Latin America and one surprisingly missing currency was the Japanese yen.
This kind of monetary monopoly and too much centralization is not necessarily a good thing, especially in an industry with an ethos that encourages the avoidance of banks and centralized systems of financial control.
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