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Billions in Negotiations: US Department of Justice vs. Binance

The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly negotiating a settlement of $4 billion to resolve a lawsuit against the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, according to sources cited by Bloomberg familiar with the ongoing talks.

These discussions involve Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao (CZ) and center on resolving an investigation into accusations of money laundering, bank fraud, and violations of sanctions related to the exchange’s operations.

CZ, who resides in the United Arab Emirates—a country that does not have an extradition treaty with the United States—finds himself in a precarious situation. While the details remain unclear, there is anticipation that an announcement could be forthcoming by the month’s end.

Billions in Negotiations: US Department of Justice vs. Binance

The settlement amount has not been finalized, but it is speculated that Binance could be facing a penalty exceeding $4 billion. This amount would represent one of the heftiest fines ever levied against a cryptocurrency firm.

Bloomberg has learned from three sources that the proposed agreement aims to strike a balance, permitting Binance to maintain its business activities.


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