Binance Driving Close To Nasdaq In Profit, Outperforms Deutsche Bank
It is surprising to see that Binance Q1 2018 profits is greater than Deutsche Bank’s with the exchange driving very close to that of Nasdaq’s. This is telling the world that cryptocurrency has come to stay.
Above is the summation of Dovey Wan, the managing director of DanHua Capital (DHVC) and an early investor in Dfinity, ZCash, Cosmos, Kyber and Handshake.
The cryptocurrency investor on Twitter compared Binance to Deutsche Bank and Nasdaq, claiming Binance outperformed the bank in Q1.
The crypto enthusiast used pictures to depict her comparisons. Going by her post, Deutsche Bank made a profit of $146 million after considering their operation cost and 100,000 employees’ salaries.
She said: “Binance now has like 300ish employees, NO headquarter, NO central campus, even the founders are constantly on the move intercontinentally. The friction of communication has to be tiny in order to get things done in such fashion which is unbelievable for traditional corp structure”
In the image, she pointed that Binance is just 8 months, and has 200 employees, but made $200M at Q1 of 2018, comparing it to 47 years old Nasdaq with 4500 employees and $209M profit. She posited that Nasdaq’s 2018 Q1 profit was just $9M ahead of Binance.
Exchanges Accused Of Imbalance
Many a number of exchanges have been accused of demanding tip before they accept some cryptocurrencies be listed. While Binance was also accused of the same, there is no evidence to back it.
Meanwhile, cryptocurrency pundit, John McAfee, had earlier called for total boycott of HitBTC and other exchanges which he said were behind market manipulations and having exorbitant buy-in that is greater than the poor’s monthly income.
McAfee tweeted: “The crypto exchanges have become the thing that we have originally fought against. Their power is immense. HitBTC, for example, has increased suffering for millions of poor people who cannot afford the minimum buy-in since it is greater than their monthly income. Boycott them.”