Binance Abandons Planned Delisting of Some Privacy Coins in EU Markets – Exchanges Bitcoin News

29 Jun 2023 4:30 AM

Cryptocurrency exchange Binance has reconsidered a decision to delist some privacy tokens in several European markets....

  • Binance, the largest cryptocurrency exchange, has reversed its decision to delist privacy-oriented cryptocurrencies in several European markets.
  • The exchange received feedback from projects and traders, leading to the revision of its classification to comply with EU regulations.
  • While some tokens will remain restricted, others like Verge and Secret Network confirmed that their coins will not be affected.
  • The European Union is implementing the Markets in Crypto Assets (MiCA) law, which includes comprehensive regulations and the application of the 'travel rule' to digital assets.
  • Binance has been facing increased regulatory scrutiny and has made strategic moves, such as pulling out of the Dutch market and focusing on fewer regulated entities in Europe.

The sentiment of the article is mostly neutral, with a focus on the regulatory changes and Binance's response to comply with EU regulations.

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