Crypto Details: Binance Coin (BNB)

Binance Coin current price is $300.78 -0.43% (24hrs)

Binance Coin (BNB) is an exchange-based token created and issued by the cryptocurrency exchange Binance, founded by Changpeng Zhao and He Yi in July 2017.

Initially created on the Ethereum blockchain as an ERC-20 token, BNB was migrated over to Binance Chain in February 2019 and became the native coin of the Binance Chain.

Binance Coin has seen massive growth in interest throughout the years. Several rounds of token burn events have appreciated BNB price and pushed it up as one of the top-10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.

The price of Binance Coin right now is 300.78. Its price is ↓ -0.43% down in the last 24 hours.

Current PriceAll Time HighMarket Cap
$300.78$686.31$50,545,347,192.00

Binance Coin Price Changes :

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↓ -0.43%↓ -3.85%↓ -25.97%↓ -8.98%

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    Regulations are coming, and DEXs need to step it up to survive, requiring KYC to weather the upcoming regulatory storm. Regulators from Europe, the United States and elsewhere are busily hammering out details on how to designate decentralized exchanges (DEXs) as “brokers,” transaction agents or similar entities that affect a transfer and cooperate with each other. The U.S. called for multinational cooperation in its executive order on responsible digital asset development, as did the European Union with its recent Financial Stability and Integration Review. And that is just what’s publicly accessible. Behind the scenes, the whisper of regulation is getting louder. Did anyone notice that all the Know Your Customer (KYC) requirements have been laid on smaller centralized exchanges in exotic locations over the past two months? That was the canary in the coal mine. With the aforementioned designation and cooperation, DEXs will start to feel regulator heat soon. Yes, regulations are coming, and the main reason why DEXs will hardly survive the coming storm is their proclaimed lack of ability to identify the users using and contributing to liquidity pools. In conventional financial circles, rendering services without proper KYC procedures is a big no-no. Not tracking identity allowed Russian oligarchs to use the Hawala payment service to anonymously move millions of dollars leading up to the war in Ukraine, so regulators are justifiably concerned about DEXs. For most DEX enthusiasts, KYC sounds like an insult, or at least, something that…Read More

  • Cointelegraph.com News - 29 May 2022, 5:02 am

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  • Bitcoin News - 28 May 2022, 10:00 pm

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  • Cointelegraph.com News - 28 May 2022, 8:30 pm

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