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$614.70
+1.83%
$601.49 24H Price $617.17

BNB Price Live Data

BNB today's live price is $614.70 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $1,279,166,701 USD. BNB has climbed by 1.83% in the last 24 hours. The current ranking is #4, with a live market cap of $90,723,060,734 USD, and a circulating supply of 147,588,374 BNB coins.

Market Cap
+0.51%
$90,723,060,734
Volume (24h)
+0.63%
$1,279,166,701
Circulating Supply
147,588,374 BNB
Fully Diluted Market Cap
$ 90,723,060,734

BNB RELATED NEWS

Binance Receives Validation from Court Transcript Amid Regulatory Scrutiny

June 19 (Cointime) - Binance, one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world, has been under regulatory scrutiny recently. However, the founder of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, sees this as a validation of their operations. A court transcript has affirmed that there is no evidence of any dissipation of assets or offshore transfers through BAM Trading, the operator of Binance US.

Binance Launches Spot DCA to Mitigate Market Volatility and Enhance User Trading Experience

June 19 (Cointime) - Amidst ongoing regulatory challenges and a recent lawsuit from the SEC, Binance CEO has announced the launch of Spot DCA on the Binance Spot platform.

Binance to support Flow Network Upgrade

June 19 (Cointime) - Binance has announced its support for the upcoming Flow (FLOW) network upgrade, which is scheduled to take place on June 21, 2023, at 15:00 (UTC). Deposits and withdrawals of FLOW will be temporarily suspended starting from 14:00 (UTC) on the same day.

Binance CEO CZ :Court Scrutiny Validation shows Funds are Safety in Binance

June 19 (Cointime) -Court: "... Similarly, you all repeat in the memo that there's no evidence, absolutely no evidence of any dissipation of assets whatsoever. And the government at this point has said they haven't seen the evidence of offshore transfers from BAM Trading itself... "

Binance, SEC reach Agreement to keep US Customer Assets in Country

June 19 (Cointime) - Binance and the US Securities and Exchange Commission reached an agreement to avoid a full asset freeze of the platform in the US and keep customer assets in the United States, after a US district judge signed off on a consent order filed Saturday.

Binance-Branded BUSD Stablecoin Loses $1 Billion in Market Cap, Drops to Fourth Position Among Stablecoins

June 18 (Cointime) - Binance's BUSD stablecoin has experienced a $1 billion drop in market cap, putting it in fourth place among stablecoins. Its current market cap is around $4.3 billion, down from $5.5 billion a month ago. The decline follows the New York Department of Financial Services ordering Paxos, the crypto firm that issues the stablecoin, to stop minting BUSD tokens due to unresolved issues related to Paxos' relationship with Binance. The SEC has also launched lawsuits against Binance and CEO Changpeng Zhao, accusing the firm of illegally operating a securities exchange.

Indonesia Approves List of 501 Legal Cryptocurrencies, Brazil Develops Regulatory Framework for Crypto Securities

June 18 (Cointime) - While the SEC's lawsuits against Binance and Coinbase have created uncertainty in the US crypto sector, other countries are clarifying the regulatory status of various crypto assets. The SEC's actions have caused major exchanges to halt USD deposits and remove tokens mentioned in the lawsuits.

Crypto Industry Experiences Regulatory Crackdowns and Hack Attempts, While Platforms Make Progress with New Licenses and Partnerships

June 18 (Cointime) - This week in the crypto industry, regulatory agencies are cracking down on top exchanges while hackers are targeting them. The Lazarus Group of North Korea has allegedly stolen over $100 million in crypto, adding to their list of cyber-attacks. Meanwhile, Polygon has partnered with Flipkart and Hang to launch an exclusive loyalty project focused on integrating Web3 and NFT technologies.

Binance CEO expresses relief as SEC dispute is resolved

June 18 (Cointime) - Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao expressed relief as the company's dispute with the SEC has been resolved, allowing him to focus on the future.

On-chain data monitoring platform Lookonchain: Institutions are accumulating $ARB. Offchain Labs has accumulated a value of $7.18 million worth of 7.22 million $ARB tokens from Binance across multiple addresses in the past 7 days.

Cointime news on June 18: According to on-chain data monitoring platform Lookonchain, institutions are accumulating $ARB. Offchain Labs has accumulated a total of 7.22 million $ARB, valued at $7.18 million, over the past 7 days through multiple addresses on Binance.

Binance CEO Expresses Relief as SEC Dispute Resolved and Agreement Reached

June 17 (Cointime) - Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao expressed relief that the dispute with the SEC has been resolved, allowing the company to focus on the future. The US District Court has approved the "Proposed Stipulation and Consent Order" agreed upon by Binance, Binance.US, and the SEC. The agreement requires Binance to repatriate all fiat currency and crypto assets related to Binance.US and limits access for Binance Global officials to ensure customer funds are independently managed and safeguarded. Despite regulatory obstacles, Binance remains committed to continuing operations and prioritizing the safety and security of user funds.

Chainlink Protocol Moves $111 Million Worth of LINK Tokens to Boost Usage of Oracles

June 17 (Cointime) - Chainlink is using its treasury to promote the use of its oracles by contributing LINK tokens. Recently, 21 million LINK tokens worth around $111 million were transferred from Chainlink's official wallets.

Binance Enables Further Adoption for Floki Inu Through Inclusion in Metaverse and Gaming Categories

June 17 (Cointime) - Binance, a major cryptocurrency exchange, has added Floki Inu to its Metaverse and Gaming categories, allowing millions of users to trade the meme coin alongside other prominent cryptocurrencies.

Binance and US SEC reach proposed agreement, pending federal judge approval

June 17 (Cointime) - Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, and its subsidiary Binance.US have proposed an agreement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), subject to approval from a federal judge. Under the proposed agreement, only Binance.US employees will be able to access customer funds on the US-based exchange, while Binance Global officials will be restricted from accessing private keys of all wallets, including cold and hot wallets, and Binance.US's internal systems and controls. The move comes after the judge asked the SEC and Binance.US to reach an agreement rather than approve a restraining order to freeze assets of Binance's US-based arm.

Crypto industry experiences $417M outflow, Binance diversifies, eToro halts purchases, and UK secures early access to AI models from Google DeepMind, OpenAI, and Anthropic

June 16 (Cointime) - The crypto industry has seen a $417 million outflow in the past eight weeks due to strict regulations and rising interest rates in the US, resulting in a prolonged crypto winter with trading halts and liquidity draining. Crypto companies are adapting their business strategies, with Binance launching a subscription-based cloud mining product for Bitcoin and Andreessen Horowitz opening its first office outside the US in London. CoinShares' latest report shows that cryptocurrency investment products have experienced outflows of $88 million last week, marking the eighth consecutive week of outflows totaling $417 million. Meanwhile, during a speech at London Tech Week, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak announced that the UK has secured early access to AI models from Google DeepMind, OpenAI, and Anthropic, but it is unclear whether this commitment applies to the general public or only government and priority researchers.

SEC official defends cryptocurrency crackdown, accuses sector of violating securities laws

June 16 (Cointime) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has faced criticism for its crackdown on the cryptocurrency industry, but enforcement director Gurbir Grewal defended the regulator's actions, citing the industry's failure to comply with regulations. The SEC has been targeting initial coin sales as unregistered securities offerings, as well as crypto firms acting as unregistered exchanges and broker-dealers. Binance and Coinbase, two of the world's largest crypto exchanges, were sued by the SEC last week for allegedly breaking its rules. The crypto sector has called for new rules, but Grewal questioned whether they would be effective in an industry built around noncompliance.

Binance under Investigation in France for Illegal Digital Asset Services and Money Laundering

June 16 (Cointime) - Binance is facing an investigation in France for allegedly providing illegal digital asset services and supporting acts of aggravated money laundering. The company is accused of offering these services to French customers through its local division, and regulators have been investigating since February 2022. Binance recently exited the Netherlands after failing to obtain a license and comply with anti-money laundering regulations. The company is also under scrutiny from the US Securities and Exchange Commission for allegedly operating an unregistered securities exchange and offering illegal securities trading to American investors.

Binance Under Investigation in France, Accused of 'Aggravated' Money Laundering

June 16 (Cointime) - Binance is currently being investigated by French authorities for allegedly providing illegal digital asset services and engaging in acts of aggravated money laundering. The investigation centers around Binance's illegal exercise of the function of PSAN and its involvement in operations of investments, concealment, and conversion. Binance is also facing a lawsuit from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for failing to register as a trading platform and selling unregistered securities. The company has announced that it is quitting the Netherlands after failing to obtain a license that meets the country's anti-money laundering guidelines.

Binance to Leave Netherlands After Failing to Secure VASP License

June 16 (Cointime) - Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange, is exiting the Dutch market as it failed to obtain a virtual asset service provider (VASP) license from the Dutch regulator. From July 17, Dutch residents will only be able to withdraw their funds from the platform. Binance has been in a registration application process as a VASP with the regulator, but alternative avenues to comply with Dutch regulations have not resulted in a VASP registration. Existing Dutch resident users will receive an email with information about their accounts and any necessary steps to take.

Binance Delists PEPE Meme Coin as Borrowable Asset from Flexible Loan Program

June 16 (Cointime) - Binance, the largest digital currency trading platform, has removed PEPE as a borrowable asset from its Flexible Loan program. The delisting will take effect on June 21, and all outstanding PEPE loan positions will be closed. Binance is urging users to pay off their outstanding PEPE loans to avoid direct liquidation, with a 2% liquidation fee for those who get liquidated. Despite the delisting,

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