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Binance and SEC Hearing Rescheduled

Get the latest update on the SEC-Binance lawsuit as the court hearing is rescheduled due to extreme weather conditions.

ShahZaib Ahmed

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Binance and SEC Hearing Rescheduled

The court in Washington City has confirmed rescheduling a pent-up case hearing between SEC and Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange. Initially set for Friday, the session has been postponed due to extreme weather conditions and will now take place on January 22, Monday, at 10:08 AM EST.

This hearing follows the SEC’s lawsuit against Binance filed in June 2023, charging it with thirteen offences which include unregistered security offerings and control over its U.S entity BAM Trading rescheduling is preceded by some major developments in the case, such as the resignation of Binance’s CEO, Changpeng Zhao.

Comparative Analysis of Coinbase-SEC Hearing

The blockchain community pays close attention to the upcoming hearing, reminding a recent case with Coinbase and SEC. MartyParty, a known cryptocurrency figure, raised this parallel in his tweet dated January 19th. This comparison is particularly significant because it sheds light on how the court handles cases relating to crypto platforms and regulatory bodies.

In the case involving Coinbase and the SEC, a judge was important in how the agency defined securities because they needed clearer definitions. On some occasions, digital assets would fall under their scope. The Binance case is likely to be influenced by this precedent.

Implications for the Crypto Industry

The SEC’s legal case against Binance is one of the many regulatory actions levied on the crypto industry. This ruling and Coinbase’s incident will change the future regulatory crypto world. One of the most famous points in Binance’s defence is based on the argument that crypto assets held by this platform are not securities and thus fall outside SEC purview.

Also Read: U.S. Court Approves Major Settlement: Binance and CEO Penalized

 The crypto community, known to be highly important of the SEC’s approach towards cryptocurrencies, is awaiting justice with bated breath. These cases concern individual firms and may deliver key outcomes in defining the SEC’s regulatory scope for an emergent crypto sphere.

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