World’s biggest crypto exchange Binance says it’ll not block all Russian accounts despite Ukraine’s request PUBLISHED MON, FEB 28-20-22. Streamlined MON, FEB 28-20-22. Arjun Kharpal @ARJUNKHARPAL WATCH LIVE KEY POINTS On Sunday, Mykhailo Fedorov, vice high minister of Ukraine, asked major exchanges to block the addresses of Russian druggies.
Binance said it’s”not going to unilaterally indurate millions of innocent druggies’ accounts.” Jesse Powell, CEO of Kraken, another major cryptocurrency exchange, said on Twitter that the company”can not indurate the accounts of our Russian guests without a legal demand to do so.” GP Binance crypto exchange 210706 The totem of cryptocurrency exchange Binance is displayed on a phone screen.
Jakub Purzycki NurPhoto via Getty Images Binance said Monday it’ll block the accounts of Russian individualities who have been sanctioned, but won’t”unilaterally” indurate the accounts of all Russian druggies. The commentary come after Ukraine’s vice high minister called on major cryptocurrency exchanges to block all Russian stoner accounts. “We aren’t going to unilaterally indurate millions of innocent druggies’ accounts,” a prophet for Binance, the world’s biggest cryptocurrency exchange, told CNBC. Fedorov said in a tweet, “This is important not only for tolerating the addresses of Russian and Belarusian politicians but also for sabotaging common drugs.”