Aeron, a Blockchain startup that digitalizes and secures aviation logbook data, has announced that CBM, the token of its sub-project CryptoBonusMiles, has been added to Binance DEX.
The users of the second largest decentralized exchange were able to start trading CBM on Aug. 15.
Aeron is proud to announce that we have received approval from the @Binance_DEX validators and will be running the listing command for CryptoBonusMiles $CBM/ $BNB trading pair to be live on Thursday August 15, 2019 at 10:00 UTC! https://t.co/VLMTlc4Mei #DEXChangeTheWorld #Binance pic.twitter.com/wiVEbqCaCN— Aeron (@aeron_aero) August 12, 2019
Managing all bonus miles with one app
Blockchain-powered loyalty aggregation program CryptoBonusMiles was launched by Aeron in September 2018. This is a useful tool for frequent flyers who have a hard time keeping up with a slew of bonus miles that often simply get expired.
The app’s active users can be rewarded with CBM tokens that will allow them to purchase cheaper airline tickets. Back in November 2018, Binance conducted the CBM airdrop for ARN token holders. Now, the token can be bought or sold on Binance DEX.
CryptoBonusMiles is the latest project to ditch Ethereum in favor of Binance Chain, the custom Blockchain of the Malta-based cryptocurrency giant. All ERC-20 CBM tokens are automatically converted to the BEP2 standard.
Mithril was the very first project to migrate to the new platform back in April, which resulted in triple-digit price growth.
Because of its scalability and flexibility, Binance Chain has the potential to edge out Ethereum.