Binance will leave the Netherlands and be subjected to French investigation.

After it announced plans to leave the Netherlands and came under investigation by French prosecutors, Binance has experienced setbacks in two European markets.

Due to its failure to obtain a license from the Dutch central bank, the largest cryptocurrency exchange in the world announced that it would be leaving the market.

According to a company spokesperson: As a virtual asset service provider (Vasp), Binance has gone through a lengthy registration application process with the Dutch regulator. Unfortunately, this has not resulted in a Vasp registration in the Netherlands at this time.

According to Binance, Dutch residents will only be able to withdraw their assets from the platform beginning July 17 and will not be able to trade or deposit any more. It encouraged clients in the Netherlands to pull out assets from their records.

In France, Le Monde paper announced that examiners were exploring Binance in light of its enemy of illegal tax avoidance methodology and the way that it promoted its administrations in the country before it was enrolled with the monetary business sectors controller. In May 2022, Binance was registered with the Financial Markets Authority of France.

A spokesperson for Binance confirmed that French authorities had recently paid the company a visit.

“We had an on location visit last week by the significant specialists. As always, Binance worked with us completely, and we fulfilled our responsibilities accordingly. We keep on working intimately with controllers and policing on all continuous consistence necessities to maintain exclusive expectations,” said the representative.

In the United States, Binance is under pressure from regulators, and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) are suing the company in response to allegations that it traded crypto assets and derivatives without obtaining the necessary regulatory approval.

Independently, the organization’s US stage, Binance. In order to avoid a complete asset freeze, US, owned by Changpeng Zhao, is negotiating with the SEC. The organization has cautioned that its tasks will “come to a standstill” assuming that a US judge gives the controller’s solicitation for a resource freezing request.

The SEC is also suing Coinbase, Binance’s closest competitor, for operating an illegal exchange.

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