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What Is Happening with Binance Communication? Can Anyone Explain?


Binance is one of the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchanges, and it is known for its excellent communication with its users. Binance has a variety of communication channels, including email, social media, and its own website.

The primary way that Binance communicates with its users is through its website. On the website, users can find a variety of resources, including news, announcements, and updates. Binance also has a blog where it posts regular updates about the exchange and its services. Additionally, Binance has a dedicated customer service team that is available to answer any questions or concerns that users may have.

Binance also communicates with its users through social media. The exchange has an active presence on Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms. On these platforms, Binance posts regular updates about the exchange and its services, as well as announcements about new features and promotions.

Finally, Binance also communicates with its users through email. The exchange sends out regular emails to its users, which include updates about the exchange and its services, as well as promotional offers.

Overall, Binance has an excellent communication system in place. The exchange is constantly updating its users on the latest news and developments, and it is always available to answer any questions or concerns that users may have. If you’re looking for a reliable and trustworthy cryptocurrency exchange, Binance is definitely worth considering.

20 thoughts on “What Is Happening with Binance Communication? Can Anyone Explain?”

  1. If not sure go into the app itself and talk to a customer support on the app go to the source…. Do not click any links from emails at all even if it is from binance better to be safe then sorry

  2. Yes it’s legit

    Regardless of it being legit or not, you never click links from an email. Always, go direct to the source.

    You don’t need to do anything unless you’re going to deposit any of those projects into your Binance account.

  3. 1. It is legit. Surprising, I know.

    2. They simply are upgrading their systems and you will need to make new addresses if you want to send funds there.

    Download their official app from the playstore if you haven’t already or do the task from their site directly (always use your saved link, not the ones from an email).

  4. Legit. You have to check the top-level domain like binance.com. Also they are not offering links to click or addresses. It’s just an information that you have to check your whitelist addresses (very necessary).

  5. It just means next time you send one of those tokens to your Binance wallet, don’t just paste in an address you previously used, copy the token’s deposit address fresh from Binance

  6. Check whether the email got antyphishing code if u set one. If u didn’t, go to security tab and establish one. I always check for this code and never click links in email.

  7. I am more surprised by the “expiry of the address”. Sounds pretty strange. Wallet address don’t just expire like that. Maybe that’s the way they “dumb it down” to users but it’s a weird way to do it. It seems Binance is doing some decent restructuring under the hood. Let me be clear. It could be:

    1. A nothing burger
    2. Binance had some address/user data exposed in a potential leak
    3. Some arbitrary decision by management to rearrange stuff according to a strange new policy
    4. Changing of addresses to a new tech that does actually require more security like a interesting multisig that requires both exchange and user signing off on a withdrawal

    Again. Could be nothing. But we are done with the days of blind trust in any CEX. Just be vigilant.

  8. 1. No idea why nobody has answered this yet, but you have an anti phishing code. If its in your binance mail then you know its legit.

    2. You only need to change the deposit address if you want to deposit from a crypto address to Binance.

  9. Don’t forget LaplasClipper malware which change destination address when you copy paste address. Either double check whole 25 to 40 alphanumeric characters or send very small test transaction first.


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