Posted 2 weeks ago | by Catoshi Nakamoto

Binance. Now there’s a project that’s been in the news recently. There’s an old philosophical question that most people recognize: if a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? First of all let’s just go ahead and say: YES OF COURSE IT DOES! Sound is just vibration. And the ears are what picks up the vibration and makes it into sound… wait… so… if no one is there to hear it, does the tree make a sound? Ok this is a bit of a philosophical loop. And that’s exactly the kind of philosophical loop going on right now with Binance: if a crypto exchange is headquartered on the internet and there’s no one around to regulate it, can it be regulated, and who can regulate it? 1Binance operates globally, and it has users in many different countries. Each country has securities regulations, but they’re all different and regionally enforced. All these questions make us wonder: what does this mean for Binance coin? That’s exactly what we’re here today to find out.

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About Catoshi Nakamoto

c6ea0c3794492f30883e516d39b2597a?s=90&d=blank&r=g DON'T Sleep on BNB (The Delicious Defi Powerhouse)Activist/Journalist, former writer - We Are Change, The Mind Unleashed, Coinivore, others. Currently writing for - Activist Post and Bitboy Crypto. Not Right or Left Apolitical. I Care About Truths (CATS.) Cryptocurrency enthusiast, I mined and lost 100+ BTC in 2010-2011. I work with - Bitboy, SoMee, CEEK, Presearch, and W3BT aka FMW Media Group. Friend of mostly everyone who isn't a dick. Just A Cool Cat.