Binance users can now deposit any type of ERC-20 token from the ETH network after the Arbitrum One integration at a reasonable cost so let’s read more in our latest Binance news.
Today, Binance announced the integration of the Arbitrum One Core network and launched an ETH deposit on Layer 2. Arbitrum is a third-generation Layer2 optimistic rollup protocol that runs both on and off-chain Ethereum contracts and lowers costs and speeds up the transactions. The announcement noted that binance users can now deposit any ERC-20 token from the ETH network with Arbitrum at a reduced transaction cost and also Binance stated that it will enable the ETH withdrawals on the Arbitrum One Network Layer 2, thus making it one of the first centralized exchanges on the layer 2.
Ethereum as the second biggest crypto in the world was quite hampered by the network congestion and high fees which cut down on its exponential growth. Arbitrum One offers a new solution for this problem by simply utilizing a multilayered Ethereum consensus protocol which allows unlimited scalability and fast transactions for the fraction of the cost. Binance’s integration of L2 ETH deposits is a huge step ahead and it is coming at a time when decentralized exchanges and cross-chain swaps are becoming even more popular on the market. Binance is one of the biggest exchanges on the market by volume and now the Arbitrum integration only brings better news for ETH adoption.
The launch of the Arbitrum One Network Layer 2 didn’t include an announcement for ETH withdrawals but promised more information will be provided when the functionality will become available for the traders. However, it has been reported that binance is working to allow users to withdraw their funds directly to Arbitrum. According to crypto investor Lark Davis, Binance is working to allow direct ETH withdrawals to Arbitrum and the new integration will be a huge win for the Ethereum adoption.
— Lark Davis (@TheCryptoLark) November 19, 2021
The integration of L2 functionality is a huge stride ahead in the right direction as ETH strives towards scalability and ETH 2.0. it’s also worth noting that with the 2.0 launch, there won’t be a halt to layer-two platforms that are working to solve the scalability. Instead, the technologies like Rollups or side chains will continue to help ETH 2.0 scale beyond the current capacity once the sharding element is completely implemented.
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