Binance claims that general crypto regulation is inevitable and emphasizes that “smart regulation” will bring benefits to the industry.
Binance, the world’s largest crypto exchange, has published an ad on financial times “Crypto Is Evil” with 10 rights for cryptocurrency users, which can actually serve as a guide in regulatory discussions and the development of global regulatory frameworks for the crypto market.
Our first ad ever, on Financial Times. pic.twitter.com/gnwNms6psq
— CZ 🔶 Binance (@cz_binance) November 16, 2021
The ad was also published in the Washington Post and New York Times.
— Binance (@binance) November 16, 2021
Binance claims that general regulation is inevitable like seat belts in a car, Here are 10 fundamental user rights from Binance:
- “Every human being should have access to financial tools, like crypto, that allow for greater economic independence.
- Industry participants have a responsibility to work with regulators and policymakers to shape new standards for crypto assets. Smart regulation encourages innovation and helps keep users safe.
- Responsible crypto platforms have an obligation to protect users from bad actors and implement Know Your Customer (KYC) processes to prevent financial crimes.
- Privacy is a human right, and personally identifiable information (PII) data should be subject to strict levels of protection.
- Crypto users have the right to access exchanges that keep their funds secure, in safe custody with comprehensive deposit insurance.
- Healthy markets should maintain a robust level of liquidity to ensure a stable and frictionless trading environment.
- Regulation and innovation are not mutually exclusive. Crypto users deserve safe access to emerging technologies and practices, including NFTs, stablecoins, staking, yield-farming, and more.
- Closing the knowledge gap is essential when it comes to crypto. Users have the right to accurate information on crypto assets, without fear of falling victim to unfair or deceptive advertising.
- Marketplaces that offer derivative instruments should be subject to the appropriate regulations. This ensures all users meet eligibility requirements and that their transactions are fairly settled
- Crypto regulation is inevitable. Users have the right to share their voice on how the industry should evolve with their blockchain platform of choice.”