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Popular cryptocurrency exchange platform Binance has announced the addition of Siacoin (SC) to its catalog of supported altcoins. The platform announced the token listing via a post on its website on June 14, 2018. This latest addition brings the total number of supported digital currencies on the platform to 354.

Siacoin Trading Pairs on the Binance Platform

According to the announcement, Binance will open trading for three SC trading pairs – SC/BNB, SC/BTC, and SC/ETH. The platform also revealed that trading would commence at 11:00 AM (UTC). Traders can begin depositing SC into their Binance accounts in preparation for the start of Siacoin trading.

#Binance Lists #SiaCoin ( $SC )https://t.co/BkyFi6GJ6Y pic.twitter.com/z71A74Q5Wn

— Binance (@binance) June 14, 2018

The Siacoin listing by Binance is a significant achievement for the project. Nine months prior, Cryptopia announced its delisting of Siacoin — citing poor trading volume — which is ironic considering many of its listed coins aren’t exactly topping the transaction activity charts.

Siacoin also took one of the largest hits during the “cryptocurrency winter” of 2018, shedding almost 89 percent of its value during the correction period.

Siacoin Up By 20 Percent (And Counting)

The Binance listing announcement has unsurprisingly impacted Siacoin’s value.

The price of SC has spiked by more than 20 percent in less than eight hours. SC is currently trading at $0.015 – 86 percent less than its all-time high of $0.111 on January 6, 2018.

A look at the SC price performance shows that the coin has been in decline over the last month by as much as 40 percent. However, the Binance listing seems to have sparked a mini-revival — although for how long remains to be seen. At the time of this writing, SC has seen the highest 24-hour gains off all the top 100 coins.

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