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Binance CEO Responds to Regulators’ Actions

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Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao responded to regulators’ recent attempts against Binance.

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In a statement posted on Binance’s website, Changpeng Zhao, known by the acronym CZ, said it was fair to disclose regulatory compliance considering the company’s only four years of growth.

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CZ stated that contrary to what many regulators want to portray about the stock market, Binance cares about its customers and goes to great lengths to help them keep their funds safe, and also offers educational materials on cryptocurrencies and investments.

Additionally, the exchange works with regulators and law enforcement agencies to help track common crypto-related cyber errors, such as money laundering, fraud, and terrorist financing.

“So far in 2021, we have assisted 5,600 investigation requests, 100% more than last year”

CZ added that part of the company’s tremendous growth in just four years is due to the numerous decisions Binance has taken to protect the interests of its users, which is why customers choose to use their services.

“Regulatory Frameworks Are Important For The Crypto Industry”

CZ said he believes the company believes the sooner the crypto market is regulated, the smoother it is to achieve its vision of increased freedom and global affiliates for a more competent human society.

“I believe that in the long run, a well-developed legal and regulatory framework will be a solid foundation that makes crypto absolutely essential in everyone’s daily life”

According to CZ, the concept of cryptocurrency is similar to the invention of the car, which later required other developments such as traffic items, traffic lights and seat belts.

“These are the frameworks and clauses we accept today that allow this powerful technology to be used in a widespread and faithful form. Crypto is similar in that it is accessible to everyone, but regulations are needed to prevent abuse and bad actors.”

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