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Binance Data Sale Rumors Quashed: Exchange Swiftly Debunks Speculation

Binance Data Sale Rumors Quashed: Exchange Swiftly Debunks Speculation

In a recent revelation on GitHub, a breach has surfaced, raising concerns about potential threats to user data on Binance.

Apparently, a substantial amount of KYC information has found its way to dark web platforms. This has caused a stir in the market, prompting a swift response from the Binance team.

Addressing the situation, Binance’s security team conducted a thorough evaluation and assured users that there is no evidence of any data leakage from Binance systems. They assert that user accounts remain secure due to the implementation of multi-layered security measures, such as Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), biometrics, and authenticators.

Expressing appreciation for users who actively report issues, Binance emphasizes the importance of proactive reporting in allowing the platform to promptly investigate and address concerns. The cryptocurrency landscape is ever-changing, and Binance asserts its commitment to upholding the highest security standards for its user base.

In recent actions, Binance took quick steps to freeze $4.2 million worth of XRP stolen from co-founder Chris Larsen’s account. Binance CEO Richard Teng has pledged support for Ripple’s investigations and is closely monitoring external wallets associated with the exploit.

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Additionally, Binance has issued warnings about a surge in cryptocurrency scams capitalizing on current market conditions. Scammers are utilizing the identities of industry figures like Yi He, Binance’s co-founder, and Anndy Lian, a notable blockchain author.

Deceptive LinkedIn profiles using Yi He’s identity have emerged, with scammers approaching potential victims, falsely offering token listings on Binance in exchange for substantial payments. Yi He, however, has clarified her minimal involvement with LinkedIn and distanced herself from any listing discussions.

Furthermore, Anndy Lian has uncovered WhatsApp scams where fraudsters pose as Binance staff, enticing individuals to join cryptocurrency groups with false promises of passive income.

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