Sometimes, the law is the law, industry experts say.
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Binance is paying one of the largest fines in corporate history to the U.S. Department of Justice, while its founder and CEO, Changpeng “CZ” Zhao, stepped down from his role running the platform as part of a settlement with multiple federal agencies. Meanwhile, Kraken is facing a lawsuit from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that echoes the SEC’s previous wave of suits.
After the Securities and Exchange Commission sued Kraken, a small but trusted exchange, CoinDesk asked passersby for their views on crypto and regulation.
A sentry tower and wall complex in Bethlehem in the West Bank. Crystal head of research Nicholas Smart said terrorists are aware that on-chain activities can be monitored. (Johannes Schenk/Unsplash)
Some sectors of the crypto industry were excited (and/or confused) by an apparent BlackRock XRP Trust filing in the state of Delaware, suggesting the massive asset manager may try to launch an XRP exchange-traded fund (ETF) after applying to launch bitcoin and ether ETFs. But, this filing was “false.”