The largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance, is not delisting tokens from the United States-based projects on its platform, confirmed its CEO, Changpeng Zhao.
One of the biggest news firms, Bloomberg, reported that Binance is considering pulling back from US partners and said that it will de-list tokens from any US-based projects, including stablecoin USDC.
Binance CEO CZ corrected the information & tweeted that they have “pulled back on some potential investments or bids on bankrupt companies in the US” for now.
However, in an answer to delisting US-based cryptocurrency, he tweeted, “4. False.” The tweet appears to be a reference to his New Year’s Eve tweet, which stated the list, with the fourth item being “Ignore FUD, fake news, attacks, etc.”
Further, he said, “Blockchain has no borders” when Mossab Hussein inquired about “US-Based Token.”
Recently, Binance is having conflicts with US regulators. Currently, Binance and Binance.US both are under investigation by US regulators. There was a report that nearly $400 million was moved from Binance’s US partner, well known as Binance.US, to a trading entity run by Changpeng Zhao. Thus, concerns about the independence of Binance.US has been raised once again.