While it is fascinating to check the wallet of Winklevoss twins, it never crossed our mind to discover what cryptocurrency exchanges are up to. Fortunately, because of the recent FUD around Binance getting hacked, we now have the details.
In fact, Binance tweeted out their wallet address in a conversation to prove John McAfee wrong. They have shared their balances to show the number of Bitcoins and Ethereums the company is holding.
And also to prove the point that Binance is not hacked.
Right now, Binance has 31,789 BTCs in its Bitcoin wallet. That is around 262 million dollars worth of Bitcoin.
Binance is holding 192,332 ETHs in its Ethereum wallet. That is around 157 million dollar worth of Ethereums.
Overall, Binance is storing 419 million dollars worth of cryptocurrencies, and this is excluding its BNB tokens.
The amount changes with time – as users buy and sell through the exchange. However, you can always check out these links:
Binance Bitcoin Address: 1NDyJtNTjmwk5xPNhjgAMu4HDHigtobu1s – Use Bitinfocharts to check
Binance Ethereum Address: 0x3f5ce5fbfe3e9af3971dd833d26ba9b5c936f0be – Use Etherscan to check