The largest cryptocurrency broker in the world, Binance has a widget (extension) that allows any website to integrate and offer transactions with the exchange. The functionality still promises profits for those who agree to the partnership.
"With it (the widget) you plug Binance into the platform and earn 40% in the transaction fees that happen on your page, among other advantages", says the broker through the Portuguese profile on Twitter.
The initiative is part of a larger project by Binance, called Open Platform Initiative. The idea is to use the technology of the exchange to allow a wider range of businesses, thus enabling greater adoption of cryptocurrencies.
According to Binance, the exchange supports about 30 fiat currencies – including the Brazilian real – and has 14 digital assets, including bitcoin, BNB (Binance Coin) and others.
To join the partnership program, you must complete a form and have an account with Binance.
Popularization and expansion
The popularization of cryptocurrencies pursued by Binance serves as the basis for a series of movements that consolidate the exchange as one of the main companies linked to the crypto market in the world.
In recent weeks, among other actions, Binance has launched a bitcoin debit card – restricted to Malaysia and Vietnam; achieved volume leadership in the bitcoin futures market; and bought CoinMarketCap, the most popular cryptocurrency data platform on the market.
Eye on Brazil
Although regulation of the crypto sector is still in its infancy in Brazil, the country is not left out of Binance's expansion plans. The exchange seeks professionals for the office it maintains in the city of São Paulo.
Vacancies are for: Business Development Director, Community Manager, Development and Marketing Specialist, General Director of operations and Senior Recruiter.
Binance customers in Brazil can now buy bitcoin and five other cryptocurrencies using Visa – debit and credit cards – without IOF charges. And they are also included in the P2P (point to point) trading system for Latin America, which supports five currencies from the continent – among them, the Brazilian real.