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Binance CEO Zhao to step down, plead guilty to settle U.S. investigation

By France24
26 November 2023   |   1:10 pm
The CEO of Binance, Changpeng Zhao, has pleaded guilty to criminal charges, and has stepped down from the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange. Binance will pay more than $4 billion to the US government and admit wrongdoing, after it was accused of operating as an unregistered securities exchange among other violations of US money-laundering laws.

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