Welcome to this post, where we are going to solve the question you probably have, if Kishu Inu is in Binance.
The answer is simple, no. But stick around if you want to know where you can buy Kishu Inu, and the chances of it being listed on Binance.
Luckily, there are other alternatives to be able to buy Kishu Inu, that don’t involve Binance. Although they are using very similar platforms, which we will look at in detail right now. So, if you are looking for the best way to be able to buy this cryptocurrency, stay until the end.
Kishu Inu Binance Listing
The listing or listing of Kishu Inu on Binance is highly unlikely, and now let’s take a look at why. If you own kishu inu or have come across the community that supports this token, you may have heard that it is going to be listed on binance soon or that it is likely to be listed on Binance.
This happens in most communities of a cryptocurrency, and most of the time it is false and all pure speculation. The reason they do this, is to make you believe that Binance is going to list the cryptocurrency, and when this happens, its price is going to skyrocket. And while the latter is quite likely, as it happens with most cryptocurrencies that are listed on Binance, the rest is completely unfounded.
With that cleared up, let’s take a look at the strengths and weaknesses that Kishu Inu has to be found on Binance.
Its first strong point is its large community and market cap, with more than 100 million. It has become, behind doge coin and shiba inu, the most supported MEMECOIN in many moments. And if we look, these other two cryptocurrencies are already available in binance.
The point against, is the type of cryptocurrency it is, a MEMECOIN. And although this does not have to be negative, Binance hardly lists this type of tokens. The only one we have seen listed on Binance is Shiba Inu, and it was due to the large community and market capitalization it came to have.
So, the only way for Binance to list Kishu Inu is to reach the same level or a similar level of community and market capitalization that Shiba Inu had at the time. And this, right now, is very complicated and far from happening.
A little trick if you want to know where you can buy the cryptocurrency you want, is to go to coingecko or coinmarketcap and search for that cryptocurrency. You will be able to see a tab with the name market or markets, and if you click there, you will see the exchanges where that cryptocurrency is listed in real time. So if it is listed on a new exchange, the information is also updated here.
If you want to know all the steps and details of how to buy Kishu Inu with gate.io, the most liquid exchange, you can see the guide here, where we use binance and gate.io to buy this cryptocurrency in an easy way.
If you have not used many exchanges or have little experience, I definitely recommend you to see the guide that I have left above linked to not get lost buying this cryptocurrency and know all the details.
As we have seen in the markets in the image above, there are different exchanges that will allow you to buy Kishu Inu, both centralized and decentralized. In my case, I recommend gate.io because personally it is the only Exchange I use from the list. However, there are some other exchanges like OKX that can be another good alternative. The other exchanges, I don’t know them in detail, so I can’t assure you that they are 100% reliable and secure. Another good option if you want to buy a large amount, is to use uniswap, which is a decentralized Exchange on the Ethereum network. The only problem is the high commissions that this network has, reaching $50 or more.
In my case, with gate.io you simply deposit funds into your account. Once verified with KYC, as with all centralized exchanges. To deposit, you can do it by card or wire transfer. Although if you have a Binance account, I recommend sending funds from Binance to Gate.io using USDT on the TRC20 (Tron) network.
It is much cheaper than other types of deposits and it takes a few minutes to get from one exchange to the other. If you do not know how to do it, you can consult the guide with all the steps.
With the USDT in our balance, we will simply go to trade and spot, and here we will look for KISHU in the search engine. Select the pair KISHU/USDT and go to the buy part. We indicate the amount, and click on buy. Now when you go back to your balance, you can see how you have Kishu Inu instead of USDT.
With your new cryptocurrency, you can keep it on the Exchange until you want to sell it, and make a profit, or you can withdraw it to a wallet. Although withdrawing Kishu Inu to a wallet is somewhat expensive, when using the Ethereum network, it will depend a lot on the moment, but you can get to pay 20-50$ just to withdraw your tokens to your wallet.
I hope you found it useful to know all the current information about Kishu Inu on Binance. Just below you can find the link to gate.io to create your account.