Digibyte (DGB) Founder Jared Tate Hits Out At Binance’s Listing Fees

Earlier today (October 8, 2018), Digibyte (DGB) founder Jared Tate went to Twitter to clear the air about his cryptocurrency’s history with Binance.

Earlier today (October 8, 2018), Digibyte (DGB) founder Jared Tate went to Twitter to clear the air about his cryptocurrency’s history with Binance.

Jared’s tweets (reproduced below) come promptly after yesterday’s (October 8th) news that Binance will donate all listing fees to charity.

Despite donating their fees to charity, Binance has routinely been criticised for their rigorous listing requirements.

According to Jared, when Binance launched in 2017, DGB won many polls and was “promised” to be listed on the exchange. The community then went on to fill out applications to get listed, but like many exchanges, Binance gave DGB legal/financial documents that had to be filled out prior to listing.

Jared claims that DGB declined to jump over Binance’s hurdles, and even refused to pay Binance’s fees. The cryptocurrency was therefore never listed on Binance.

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