CoinMarketCap (CoinMarketCap), which is considered the most well-known platform in the field of providing data related to digital currencies, including price, trading volume, exchange information, etc., has recently added a section to its website to display information related to the reserves of centralized exchanges.
According to Aruzdigital, following the distrust of digital currency traders in centralized exchanges after the announcement of FTX’s bankruptcy, many trading platforms published the information of their reserves and addresses in order to win the trust of their customers.
Now if to Exchange page Visit the website of Coinmarketcap, you will see a new sign in front of the names of some exchanges, which indicates that the information of the reserves of that exchange is available in Coinmarketcap.
Currently, the information on the reserves of prominent exchanges such as Binance itself, which is considered the owner of Coin Market Cap, Kocoin, Bitfinex, OKX, ByBit and Crypto.com, is available on this platform, and users can view the reserves of the exchanges. compare different with each other.
According to the statistics available in Coin Market Cap, Binance currently has a total of $78.79 billion in assets at its disposal, of which 28.3% is Binance USD (BUSD), 18.7% is Binance Coin (BNB), 24.5% is Tether, 10. 8% is Bitcoin, 6.6% is Ethereum and the rest is in the form of other digital currencies.
Coin Market Cap also said about this new feature that all the information about the balance of addresses of different exchanges is provided by “third parties” and the collection does not confirm the accuracy of this data.