Court Approves Binance And US SEC Agreement


The US District Court for the District of Columbia Judge Amy Berman Jackson has approved the “Proposed Stipulation and Consent Order” agreed upon by defendants Binance and BAM Trading (Binance.US) and plaintiff US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on June 17.
As CoinGape Media reported , the proposed agreement only allows Binance.US employees to access customer funds on the US-based crypto exchange . Binance Global officials will be restricted from having access to private keys of all wallets including cold and hot wallets, hardware and software, as well as Binance.US’s internal systems and controls within 14 days.
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Federal Judge Signed Binance, Binance.US, and US SEC Proposed Deal
According to the consent order signed by Judge Amy Berman Jackson, Binance must “repatriate” all fiat currency and crypto assets related to Binance.US on or before the date the court issues this order.
“Stipulating Defendants shall repatriate to the United States, transfer to BAM Trading, and confirm that BAM Trading maintains possession, custody and control in the United States of all fiat currency and crypto assets that are deposited, held, traded, or accrued by customers, including affiliated and non-affiliated liquidity providers (hereinafter referred to as “Customers”) on the crypto trading platform Binance.US.”
Binance.US must not provide possession, custody, or control over customer assets to any individual or entity, including Binance and CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao. Binance.US is ordered to create new crypto wallets with new private and administrative keys. Binance and Binance.US businesses will have different wallets and management.
In addition, Binance.US may transfer crypto custody of the staking-as-a-service program to custodians BitGO or Aegis under several conditions.
Moreover, Binance.US will share a detailed financial statement including business expenses and estimated costs from December 1, 2022 to the date of the accounting, with the US SEC in the next few weeks.
The federal judge ordered the parties to file a joint status report on June 23 proposing a schedule for further proceedings or setting forth the parties’ individual proposals if they cannot agree on a joint proposal

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