[Update: Sep. 30] Binanace down or not working? The service is under maintenance
This story is continuously updated …
The original story (from June 22) follows:
Just in case you’re trying to figure out why Binance isn’t working for you, find some comfort in the fact that you’re not the only one facing issues lately.
A quick glance at the microblogging site Twitter reveals that there are many more affected by the same issue. According to reports, it appears that the service is down due to maintenance.
For a quick glance, here’s how some of the complainants frame the problem:
already are. Binance US has been ‘down for maintenance’ for hours now as everything goes down …
> best crypto buying opportunity in recent years
> binance broken down for maintenance
The outage detector – a popular service that provides live outage information – also indicates that Binance is indeed going through a problem in the United States, as shown in the image below:
The good thing is that Binance US announced 8 hour maintenance a few days ago, and a few hours confirmed this as well. Here is what they noted:
Binance US will undergo scheduled maintenance to upgrade our API in terms of performance, stability and reliability on Monday, June 21, 2021. The estimated duration of this maintenance is approximately 8 hours.
API maintenance scheduled tonight
9:30 p.m. EST / 6:30 p.m. PST
About 8 hours (estimate)
For the full maintenance announcement, you can go here. It drives, there are still a few hours (4 hours to be precise) for the service to get back online.
Please rest assured that we are keeping a continuous eye on all related developments and will update this page with relevant information as we come across it. So, in case you encounter the issue discussed here, stay hooked on updates.
Update 1 (June 22)
Incoming is the latest update on the subject.
Thank you for your patience as we continue to maintain the system. We will now open a 30 minute window to cancel any pending orders. Please note that transactions, deposits and withdrawals are not available at this time.
Update 2 (June 22)
The interview is more now.
The interview is now over!
We have resumed crypto and fiat deposits and withdrawals, as well as one-click trading and buy / sell. Thank you for your patience during the maintenance period.
Update 3 (June 23)
In case you are unable to deposit or withdraw Etherium and Binance Smart Chain, be aware that the company is currently performing wallet maintenance for both. This maintenance period will last a few hours according to an official announcement.
Update 4 (August 13)
8:39 a.m. (IST): A new stream of reports on Twitter indicate that Binance is down again and is not functioning because users are unable to buy or sell on the app.
Is Binance Down? I cannot cancel my orders or see the graphics, my internet is good (Source)
binance is down and my wallet is at zero we have lost everything (Source)
Binance is down, no one is responding. Maybe something to do with upkeep (Source)
Update 5 (September 29)
13:13 (IST): Costs reports on Twitter suggest that Binance is currently down and not working for many. Fortunately, this appears to be scheduled maintenance, as Binance confirmed on Twitter.
The system upgrade has started and will take approximately 2 hours.
Note that the following items are now suspended:
– Spot and margin trading
– P2P trading
– Fiat deposits & withdrawals (Source)
Update 6 (September 30)
1:30 p.m. (IST): Binance officially announced that the trading system upgrade is complete and all trading activity has resumed.
The following services are now available
– Negotiate on the P2P market
– Trade on the Convert & OTC portal
– Buy crypto with a card
– Make fiduciary deposits and withdrawals
– Subscribe or trade funds from leveraged tokens
– Borrow or repay loans on Crypto Loans
– Use other functions related to the account (Source)
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