Critic: Binance Built on “Fake Volumes” Discuss Banning Exchange in Russia

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A critic of Binance has accused the exchange of building its business from fake volumes. The Bitcoin SV and Craig Wright defender is even of the opinion that the exchange should be banned in Russia following the threats of Changpeng Zhao to de-list Bitcoin SV from his platform.

Binance May Face Ban in Russia

Yevgeny Devine, a Bitcoin SV investor now threatens to instigate a campaign in Russia for the expulsion of the cryptocurrency exchange in the country. This latest development comes a few hours after Binance CEO; Changpeng Zhao threatened to de-list Bitcoin SV from his cryptocurrency exchange if the talks of Craig Wright being Satoshi don’t stop.

As a result of his statement, Devine
revealed that Binance lost a $5 billion consortium investment in tweet saying: “Binance just lost a $5B consortium by
threatening one of our investments. Any more of this shit, we discuss banning
Binance in Russia with our authorities. There are plenty of subjects.”

Despite his threat, cryptocurrency
enthusiasts were not fazed as they believe Binance SV will lose more if it is
delisted from Binance. Also, most Binance supporters think their preferred
exchange will continue its operation in the country.

Of Fake Volumes and Binance

Devine’s attack on Binance is not
only as a response to Changpeng Zhao’s lack of confidence on Craig Wright’s
assertions that he’s “Faketoshi” but also because of his argument that Binance
rise was primarily because they built the platform from fake volumes. He said, “Binance wasn’t banned in Russia
solely because certain entities advised the authorities to go soft on exchanges

of their own preference, Binance being
such, despite its ~70-80% fake liquidity, while pushing the banning of their
more legitimate competitors: Bitfinex and Bitstamp.”

He further asserts that most of
Binance’s trading volumes are dubious although he didn’t back this up with
facts or any other supporting statistics. Devine continues, saying these phony
volumes allowed Zhao to market his exchange as the biggest cryptocurrency
trading platform in the globe.

It is solely because of this lead
that Devine claims that Binance is getting preference in Russia despite “70-80
percent” fake liquidity, adding that the exchange is even pushing for the
banning of their more legitimate competitors: BitFinex and Bitstamp.

Critic May be Wrong but Most Exchanges are Manipulating Volumes

To some extend–and although
contentious as it may to lay blame on an established exchange without supporting
documents, his claims may be true as research indicate that most are taking
advantage of the space’s minimum regulation to front a fake façade of success
through fake volumes.

Recent findings from BitWise presented
to the United Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) somehow confirm Devine’s
claims even if Binance isn’t one of those exchanges wash trading or
manipulating volumes. Often, exchanges falsifying data are keen on attracting
more customers and even projects though IEOs all to their advantage.

According to the SEC report, Binance and BitFinex as two of the ten exchanges that have actual
crypto volume. Even so, the report reveals that 95 percent of the trading
volumes recorded on CoinMarketCap are straight up fake. Similarly, another report by
CrytpoIntegrity, an anonymous group of data researchers supposedly based in
Cyprus, found that 86 percent of trade volumes on crypto exchanges are

It is perfect fodder for critics to
pounce on this opening and attack Binance because as it is, Devine accusations are
allegation at the moment.

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