Tuesday, 25 June 2024
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Because of the SEC’s Crackdown, Cryptocurrency Prices have Stabilised

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s lawsuit against Coinbase and Binance for securities violations last week caused a severe market sell-off, and crypto prices are already showing signs of stabilizing.

several tokens have dropped more slowly over the past 24 hours than others, and several have recovered by single-digit percentages, indicating that values are firming at the beginning of the new week.

Stabilized Crypto Prices

According to CoinMarketCap, Ripple’s XRP, the sixth-ranked cryptocurrency, is up about 1% over the past 24 hours, while Cardano’s token, the seventh-most valued cryptocurrency in the world, increased by more than 1%. The BNB token from Binance and the SOL token from Solana are both still down 4% from yesterday. Bitcoin and ether prices were essentially unchanged.

Four of the top ten most valuable coins saw a value decline of at least 15% in the previous week. Over the past seven days, the value of Cardano’s coin has dropped by more than 28%. In the same time frame, MATIC at Polygon fell more than 29% and Binance’s BNB coin fell 25%.

  • Tokens drop slowly, recover, and new week values firm.
  • Four top ten coins experienced a 15% or higher decline.
  • CoinRoutes CEO Dave Weisberger warns SEC of government regulation for asset class.

Last Monday, the SEC filed a lawsuit against Coinbase and Binance, accusing both of, among other things, trading unregistered securities. The American regulatory body claimed on Tuesday that Coinbase was acting as an unregistered exchange and broker and that 13 of the assets listed on its website qualified as securities for crypto assets. These assets included the ADA of Cardano, the SOL token of Solana, and the MATIC of Polygon.

Additionally, it charged Binance with deceiving clients about its controls, exaggerating trading volumes, and diverting user funds on Monday.

CoinRoutes’ CEO and co-founder Dave Weisberger stated on CNBC’s “Street Signs Asia” that “Coinbase went to the SEC asking for clarity,” implying that these companies are subject to government regulation. You have an asset class that poses a threat to the global financial institutions’ oligopoly, he said.

After the cases were filed, Gary Gensler, the chairman of the SEC, stated in an interview with CNBC that “we don’t need more digital currency.” “The U.S. securities law is advantageous to the investing public. The same should apply to cryptocurrencies, and these platforms and middlemen must comply, continued Gensler.

Joe Biden appointed Gensler in 2021, and he has spent a significant portion of the previous year taking action against cryptocurrency businesses and exchanges.

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