Main cryptocurrency alternate Binance will reportedly challenge its personal stablecoins inside two months, Bloomberg reported on June 5.Binance’s Chief Monetary Officer, Wei Zhou instructed Bloomberg that the alternate will begin issuing its personal stablecoins “in a matter of weeks to a month or two,” with the objective to make stablecoins obtainable for extra of the world’s currencies.The alternate’s first stablecoin dubbed “Binance GBP” will reportedly be denominated in and 100% pegged to the British pound. Zhou additionally revealed that Binance will generate income off of curiosity on fiat deposits, like tether (USDT) does.Other than Binance GBP, Binance is reportedly planning to introduce an array of different stablecoins backed by different currencies, except for the U.S. greenback. Explaining the corporate’s choice, Zhou mentioned that “from the customers’ perspective, solely sure parts of the world use the greenback. Different customers use different currencies, and we really feel it ought to be mirrored in stablecoins as effectively.”Binance’s native stablecoins may even purportedly cut back tether’s market share on Binance, which presently represents over 50% of stablecoin quantity on the alternate, in accordance with Zhou.The information about Binance testing a British pound stablecoin initially appeared on June four, when Twitter consumer CryptosBatman observed that the itemizing “$BGBP” appeared on the Binance platform. Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao subsequently commented on the tweet, confirming that a pound stablecoin is within the testing section, with solely £200 minted.As reported yesterday, Chinese language cryptocurrency exchanges facilitate 60% of all USDT buying and selling globally. Chinese language exchanges in 2019 to date account for over $10 billion in USDT buying and selling. The USA, in distinction, is claimed to account for under $450 million in USDT traded.