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Binance CEO Denies KYC Leak, but Users Don’t Buy It

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Wed, 7/08/2019 - 6:56
Binance CEO Denies KYC Leak, but Users Don’t Buy It
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It turned out to be a stormy day for Binance users after Reddit user LeagueOfEkko posted the news about an alleged leak of the exchange’s KYC data on the r/CryptoCurrency subreddit.

The photos of people holding their IDs, which are required for completing the account verification procedure, have been posted in a Telegram group.

The post was followed by a quick response from the Binance security team, which effectively denied these allegations.

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Again, at the present time, no evidence has been supplied that indicates any KYC images have been obtained from Binance; these images do not contain the digital watermark imprinted by our system.

Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, soon encouraged the exchange’s users not to fall for this ‘KYC lead FUD,’ and promised to provide swift updates on the situation.

However, some of his followers insist that the matter should be taken seriously since it’s more than just FUD.

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