The story in question, “Leaked ‘Tai Chi’ Document Reveals Binance’s Elaborate Scheme To Evade Bitcoin Regulators,” claimed that Binance set up American crypto exchange Binance.US as a way to “intentionally deceive regulators and surreptitiously profit from crypto investors in the United States.”
Binance buys CoinMarketCap, raising skepticism and doubts
From an eyewatering reported price tag of $400 million to concerns about whether the crypto ratings site can maintain its neutrality, Changpeng ‘CZ’ Zhao’s latest purchase is raising eyebrows
Binance CEO Changpeng "CZ" Zhao reportedly spent as much as $400 million on CoinMarketCap. If true, that’s a princely—if not laughable—sum, especially during a market crash of such historic proportions that investments and acquisitions in nearly every industry have dried up.
Was China’s digital yuan behind Binance’s Shanghai office closing?
The November closure of a Shanghai office connected to a major crypto exchange may have presaged a broader crackdown as China prepares to launch a virtual currency
The high-profile closing of a Shanghai office used by the Binance exchange in late November appears to have been an early example of China’s latest crackdown on cryptocurrency trading.
Exclusive: Inside the fight The Block’s Mike Dudas picked with Cointelegraph
Allegations of “pay-to-play” cryptocurrency journalism downgraded to ad sales shenanigans.
The feud-prone founder of cryptocurrency media site The Block has backed down from allegations that one of the largest news portals in the industry is guilty of “pay-to-play” journalism. In a Dec. 4 Twitter post, Mike Dudas called a newly announced partnership between Cointelegraph and a client “shady as hell.”