I am suggesting:

Every user has to create an external address white-list, which requires a 2 – 3 day delay to be edited. The account holder will have to approve each change by email, and there should also be a special password required to change the address white-list (in the event the hackers have also compromised the account holder’s email).


Binance should also be alerted and they may have to approve each change.


If this is implemented, then Hackers will not be able to withdraw funds, and as a minimum, Binance Security will be alerted every time a white-list change is requested/made.

➔ Visit Binance now and start trading


  1. symbiotic_bnb on 20. July 2019 at 23:13

    Appreciate your suggestion, but this is simply not feasible. Incredibly inconvenient to force this upon all users, and not logical for many services that use our exchange. We have a lot of other advanced measures in place and we are constantly making improvements.


  2. nathanweisser on 20. July 2019 at 23:13

    That’s I think maybe a step in the right direction, but I can’t see forcing every single person to do this, also for every coin that exists and they might potentially exchange


  3. bro_can_u_even_carve on 20. July 2019 at 23:13

    No, because that precludes you from using a new address for each withdrawal.


  4. Keefryan on 20. July 2019 at 23:13

    Pls allow Trezor ,ledger , Yubikey U2F. JOB Done no possible way in.