Bnb is not available in trust wallet.
Bnb is not available in trust wallet. This is because the developers of bnb have not yet made it available to be stored in trust wallet.
Binance Denies Trust Wallet Acquisition Rumors
Binance denied rumors that it has acquired Trust Wallet. According to the company, it has not acquired the wallet and there are no plans to do so.
In a statement, the company said:
"Binance is not acquiring Trust Wallet. There are no plans for Binance to acquire Trust Wallet."
The denial comes after reports emerged claiming that Binance was in talks to acquire Trust Wallet. The wallet is a popular choice among crypto traders because of its ease of use and security.
Trust Wallet CEO Jonathan Teo commented on the rumors, saying that he is "100 percent sure" that Binance has not acquired the wallet. He added that he is "confident" that the rumors will be proven false soon.
Teo's comments come after reports emerged alleging that Binance had made an offer worth $40 million for Trust Wallet. The reports claimed that the offer was declined, but it's still unknown if the negotiations actually took place.
Trust Wallet Founder Dismisses Binance Acquisition Rumors
In a recent interview with Cointelegraph, Brian Armstrong, the founder and CEO of Coinbase, dismissed rumors that the cryptocurrency exchange was in talks to acquire Binance.
Armstrong stated that Coinbase has no plans to acquire Binance, adding that the two companies are "quite different."
"We’re quite different. We’re a platform where people can store their digital assets, and they can use our platform to buy and sell those digital assets," Armstrong said.
Binance is a global cryptocurrency exchange that was founded in 2017 by Changpeng Zhao. The company has since become one of the world's leading exchanges by volume.
Binance CEO CZ denies acquisition rumors of Trust Wallet
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao denied rumors of an acquisition of Trust Wallet, a wallet provider that allows users to store their cryptocurrencies offline.
Rumors of an acquisition of Trust Wallet circulated on social media on July 11. Zhao responded to these rumors on Twitter, stating that Binance has "no plans" to acquire Trust Wallet.
Zhao clarified that Binance is not working with any other wallet providers and that its primary focus is on developing its own wallet, Binance Chain.
Trust Wallet is not for sale, says founder
The founder of wallet service Wallet.com has denied that the company is for sale, in a blog post published on Monday.
"We're not for sale," said CEO and co-founder Anthony Di Iorio. "Wallet.com is not for sale and we have no plans to sell."
Di Iorio wrote that he and his team are committed to building the best possible product and service for their users.
"If you're interested in having a say in our future, we encourage you to continue to contribute your ideas, feedback and votes on our website and social media channels," he said.
Wallet.com was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco. The company provides a digital wallet platform for users to store, manage and transfer funds.
Binance is not acquiring Trust Wallet, says CEO
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange by volume, has denied reports that it is acquiring Trust Wallet, a popular wallet for cryptocurrencies.
In a statement to The Verge, Binance CEO Zhao Changpeng said that the company is not acquiring Trust Wallet. “We have not acquired Trust Wallet and are not in talks to acquire Trust Wallet,” he said.
The report of a possible acquisition comes after Trust Wallet announced that it had raised $32 million in a Series A funding round led by Fidelity Investments and Greycroft Partners.
Binance has been rapidly expanding its operations in recent months, adding new cryptocurrencies and fiat currencies to its platform. The company has also announced plans to launch a decentralized exchange.
Rumors of Binance acquiring Trust Wallet unfounded, says founder
According to Trust Wallet founder, Joshua Browder, rumors of Binance acquiring the company are unfounded. Browder made the statement in an interview with Cointelegraph on Monday.
“There’s been no acquisition talks whatsoever,” Browder said. “We’re just fine on our own.”
Binance, one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has been rumored to be interested in Trust Wallet since earlier this year. At the time, reports suggested that the exchange was looking to add the wallet to its offerings as a way to better compete against rivals like Coinbase and Circle.
However, those reports now appear to be baseless. According to Browder, Trust Wallet is doing well and is not in need of any outside assistance.
“I think it’s just a rumor that started because people are trying to figure out what we’re doing,” Browder said. “We’re actually doing really well and we don’t need any help from anyone.”
Binance denies rumors of acquiring Trust Wallet
On Sept. 12, 2019, Binance denied rumors of acquiring Trust Wallet. In a blog post, the company said it had no plans to acquire Trust Wallet and that any reports to the contrary were baseless.