Interview with Binance’s Changpeng Zhao (CZ)

We interviewed CZ, founder and CEO of Binance, in Malta during the Delta Summit.
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Interview with Binance’s Changpeng Zhao (CZ)

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39 COMMENTS

  1. Great interview seems like a smart guy (smarter than we may know). Make no mistake, Binance blew up fast because it was easy as pie to open an account with hardly any KYC/AML, they accepted US Citizens with no proof of being licensed to take US clients, and didn't mess with people's money when they wanted to make withdrawals. No other exchange was as easy at the time, so they were golden.

  2. CZ is obviously a techie: he doesn't go around showcasing his ego to get people to follow him: his craft work speaks for itself. Still, he will soon get bored of Binance and move onto something else. No need for a hype.
    On another note, the interviewer is almost half-naked: can she dress properly? Good questions, but she lacks class.

  3. This dude is the biggest fraud in the history of computing. In July of 2018, Binance took $25000 worth of my cryptocurrency. They claimed my computer was hacked. There is no shred of evidence that my computer is hacked. I have account with many other exchange why nothing was stolen from the other exchanges. This guy will end up in the jail for a long time. Shame on him.

  4. Haha, the banks are getting busted like domino bricks right now. The system that claims to be anti-money laundering is doing most of all the laundering itself…they should be hanged for their crimes against humanity.

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