Changpeng Zhao (CZ), the CEO of Binance, said on social media on Friday that his business is delivering crypto training to the Federal Police of Brazil.
Binance, the world's largest cryptocurrency exchange by trading volume, collaborates with the Brazilian Federal Police to give cryptocurrency, blockchain, and anti-money laundering training in digital assets.
Some people have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;
"Great, in the future cryptocurrencies will be strong."
"Can you please give me 1 BTC?"
"So what you're saying is you're centralized with the Feds?"
"I mean you can trade DeFi all you want, but if there is a literal illegal activity with money, I mean yeah I think finding a solution to dealing with the said issue is a lot better than having more damage induced."
"Binance surviving in a bear market like a lion and doing high Partnership, high user traffic coming, @cz_binance keep your server active."
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