Binance’s BNB token has a market capitalization worth $40 billion, yet, the leading crypto
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Binance’s distress is visible in its native token BNB which has dropped 17% in value in December, currently trading at $245 after its fall from $690 in May 2022. Additionally, its market capitalization has also tanked from its highest worth of $116 billion to $40 billion.
Analysts are recalling the same pattern in the fall of the FTT token’s value right before the cryptocurrency exchange, FTX collapsed entirely. While analysts scrutinize BNB’s valuation, investors have caught wind of the situation.
Many crypto analysts suspect that US exchanges may have avoided the BNB listing to prevent conflict with the regulators. IntoTheBlock’s head researcher, Lucas Outumuro shared that exchanges are not listing BNB since they deem it as security given the centralized nature of its network.
“It’s probably not worth U.S. exchanges risking listing a security especially if it’s a competitor’s token,” added Outumuro. At present, KuCoin, Huobi, and OKX have BNB listed on their exchanges. However, Kraken, which has over 120 tokens listed, has not enabled the Binance token to its users.