Binance recibió una multa por $3.4M por parte del banco central holandés

El exchange cripto fue penalizado por fallas en el registro de Países Bajos.

AccessTimeIconJul 18, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. UTC
Updated May 9, 2023 at 3:51 a.m. UTC
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El banco central holandés ha multado al exchange cripto Binance con 3,3 millones de euros ($3,4 millones) por continuar ofreciendo servicios a los ciudadanos de Países Bajos sin haberse registrado correctamente, según un comunicado publicado el lunes.

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    La multa superó los 2 millones de euros porque Binance cuenta con una “gran cantidad” de clientes en los Países Bajos, dijo el banco.

    El exchange se opuso a la penalización, impuesta el 25 de abril. Binance se postuló para registrarse, y su aplicación está siendo evaluado por el banco central.

    En mayo, Binance recibió la aprobación regulatoria para operar en Francia y también obtuvo un permiso provisional para trabajar como broker en Abu Dhabi en abril.

    Este artículo fue traducido por Marina Lammertyn.

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