How to install Binance Desktop on Ubuntu 22.04 | Linux Mint 21

Hello, friends. In this post, you will learn how to install the Binance Desktop app on Ubuntu 22.04 | Linux Mint 21

Note: In some countries, trading cryptocurrencies is illegal and subject to laws. Please check the legal status of Binance in your country.

This post only informs how to install an application of the referred platform. What is done with it is the responsibility of the user, not the site.

According to Wikipedia:

Binance is a cryptocurrency exchange which is the largest exchange in the world in terms of daily trading volume of cryptocurrencies.

Currently, many users use it to trade cryptocurrencies, but it is also used as a form of currency exchange. However, it is very popular and certainly widely used.

One advantage of Binance is that it has a desktop application that makes everything easier and integrated with the operating system. So, it is normal that if you are a user of this platform, you will want to install it.

Let’s get started.

Install Binance Desktop app

A DEB package is available from the Binance website, and you can install it in a few steps.

First, go to the Binance download section and download the DEB package for Linux.

Download the Binance app
Download the Binance app

The next step is to open your file browser and double-click on it to start the process.

Installing Binance desktop on Ubuntu 22.04
Installing Binance desktop on Ubuntu 22.04

When finished, you will be able to run it from the main menu.

Optional: Using the terminal for the process

In case you want to use the terminal for this, you can do it in a simple way.

First, open a terminal and update the distro

sudo apt update
sudo apt upgrade

Then, download Binance App with wget.


Then install it

sudo apt install ./binance-amd64-linux.deb

And finally run it from the main menu.


In this post, you learned how to install the desktop application of one of the most important crypto asset platforms out there. So if you’d like, you can use it.

I am Angelo. A systems engineer passionate about Linux and all open-source software. Although here I'm just another member of the family.



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