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SEC Chair Gensler offered to serve as advisor for Binance in 2019
There is a lot of chatter regarding Binance, Coinbase, and the SEC. Things will certainly get a lot more interesting over the coming weeks/months. Australia’s largest bank shuts down crypto transactions to some exchanges. Do Kwon could spend a long time in a South Korean jail. Arbitrum suddenly halts, and you won’t believe the reasoning.
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Binance lawyers allege SEC Chair Gensler offered to serve as an advisor for Binance in 2019. My oh my!
With his recent crackdown on Coinbase, Gensler gets accused of being in complete contempt of Congress
Do Kwon faces up to 40 years in South Korean prison
Coinbase CEO says they will not be shutting down their staking service
1) What. Abitrum ran out of money for gas, the chain came to a sudden halt
SEC alleges Binance redirected $12B to firms controlled by the CEO
Australia’s largest bank blocks payments to come crypto exchanges
Binance CEO summoned by US Court following SEC lawsuit