BNB was launched through an ICO in 2017, 11 days before the launch of the Binance cryptocurrency exchange. It was originally issued as an ERC-20 token running on the Ethereum network, with a total supply limited to 200 million coins and 100 million BNB offered in the ICO. In April 2019, at the launch of the Binance Chain mainnet, ERC-20 BNB coins were exchanged for BEP2 BNB at a 1: 1 ratio and are no longer listed on Ethereum.
BNB can be used as a means of payment, as a technical token to pay commissions on the Binance exchange and to participate in the sale of tokens on the Binance launchpad. The Binance DEX decentralized exchange operates on BNB.
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