Binance Releases Proof of Reserves Report

Binance recently released its newest Proof of Reserves (PoR) report “causing the Binance Coin (BNB) to rise” (although this could be due to other market conditions).

Meanwhile, emerging hybrid exchange Tradecurve (TCRV) is also “working towards implementing its own PoR.” As a result, it claims that it “solidifies its commitment to transparency and building trust with its user base.”

The largest crypto exchange in the world, Binance, has released its most recent Proof of Reserves (PoR) report, revealing its current digital asset holdings. Moreover, the platform’s data indicates “that the exchange’s PoR was examined on August 1 at 0:00 UTC.”

With reserve rates ranging from 101.62% to 117.99%, Binance’s PoR report shows “that the exchange’s reserves are much higher than the net balance of its customers for all the listed cryptocurrencies.”

This reportedly demonstrates that Binance “has more than enough cash to cover prospective customer withdrawals.” However, this may not necessarily be the case.

Following platforms like Binance, Tradecurve (TCRV), a hybrid exchange, is “working on implementing its own PoR.” The need for transparent and verifiable proof of reserves “becomes paramount as the platform gains traction and attracts more users.”

Tradecurve’s hybrid infrastructure architecture “combines the greatest features of CEX and DEX. Furthermore, it taps into many flourishing markets.”

For example, the ETF market was “worth $202.53B in June 2022. By allowing all derivatives to be traded on one account, Tradecurve enables users from all over the globe to enter this booming market.”

In addition, one of the significant drawbacks of many exchanges is “the intrusive and time-consuming KYC verification process.”

Tradecurve claims that it “eliminates this hassle by eliminating these requirements and allowing the creation of an account using email only.” Thus, traders can “operate in complete privacy and anonymity.”

TCRV operates as “the native utility token of the Tradecurve platform.”

It’s worth noting that Binance revenues may be declining rapidly, according to an extensive report. The exchange is also being sued by US regulators for a wide range of major issues.

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