The CEO of the world's largest crypto exchange Binance, 'CZ', made new tweets for the rumors that spread yesterday evening that he was wanted by Interpol.
Binance CEO 'CZ' Responds to Original Allegations About Himself on Twitter
In his tweet, 'CZ' implied that these unfounded allegations came from within the industry, and may even be from a cryptocurrency exchange.
The tweet included the following statements:
'The latest FUD was only spread by crypto news outlets, possibly backed by another exchange. This is very insignificant, but they are hurting the industry and themselves. There are enough outside forces attacking us. Our industry needs to unite at this point', he said.
The latest Fud was only spread by crypto news outlets and KOLs, likely planted/sponsored by another exchange. Very petty. Hurts the industry and hurts themselves. There are enough external forces attacking us. Our industry needs to unite at this juncture.
— CZ 🔶 Binance (@cz_binance) April 4, 2023
'CZ' believes that the sector should be united in the face of external forces that constantly attack them. He emphasizes that we are all together in this business and that we should support each other instead of spreading false rumors and negativity.
He states that while healthy competition is encouraged, it does no one any good to work at the expense of other players in this industry. He advocates striving for growth and innovation while maintaining ethical standards and promoting positive developments.
I needed 5 min of search to understand:
– the CZ interpol pic is fake
– the FUD against Binance is engineered on purpose
– Cobie had nothing to do with it
They want your bitcoin don’t panic sell it to them until 1 million. https://t.co/YbNnb60GMw
— doncrypto (@DonCryptoDraper) April 4, 2023
'CZ' also retweeted a tweet about the subject posted by a user.
User @doncrypto used the following statements in his tweet:
It took me 5 minutes of research to understand the situation.
– CZ's interpol photo is fake,
– The FUD against Binance was intentionally designed,
– Cobie, who is said to have spread the rumor, had nothing to do with it,
Finally, they want your Bitcoins, don't panic, don't sell them for up to $1 million, he said.
*Not investment advice.