Traffic to Binance surges to greatest highs, the site goes down for maintenance

Traffic to Binance surges to greatest highs, the site goes down for maintenance


Binance agonized an outage today after proclaiming consecutive novel all-time highs for web traffic. Foremost crypto-asset exchange Binance was involuntary to hang its spot & boundary trading services just some minutes afterward its CEO took to twitter to claim the stage had smoothly touched novel record highs for website traffic.

Binance chief executive Changpeng Zhao, or CZ, tweeted the exchange had experienced a novel all-time great for traffic on February 10, uttering the stage had ‘handled the load’ of a 60% rise in traffic on top of the preceding day’s record traffic.

CZ also renowned that novel user sign-ups had marked record highs: ‘New account registrations are quite open, not sure for how long.’

CZ’s today deleted February 11 tweet

The tweet has meanwhile been deleted, with Binance publication a ‘notice of temporary system maintenance roughly 30 minutes future. The exchange repaid to normal processes roughly 1 hour after the notice was delivered.

Only futures trading was capable to endure operating as normal, with the exchange proclaiming it had ‘postponed deposits, withdrawals, spot & boundary trading, P2P trading, OTC Portal trading, savings & redemption, as well as asset transfers from sub-accounts, futures accounts margin accounts, & fiat wallets.’

CZ delivered a follow-up tweet plaintive his original post after Binance’s maintenance notice had been available:

Rendering to website analytics team SimilarWeb, Binance was the 381st greatest popular website worldwide throughout Jan. ranking 3rd amongst websites contained in SimilarWeb’s “Finance > Investing” kind.

Traffic from Turkey folded during Jan. to signify the single-largest geographical basis of traffic for Binance, with Turkish users on behalf of 6.89% of Binance’s 136M monthly visitors. Russia hierarchical the 2nd biggest source of traffic with 6.53%, shadowed by the U.S. with 5.11%, the U.K. with 4.70%, & France with 3.50%.


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Published at Thu, 11 Feb 2021 17:54:28 +0000