Maltese and Italian regulators the latest to issue Binance warnings

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Financial regulators of Italy and Malta have joined the growing number of countries to warn about "unauthorized activity" of crypto giant Binance. The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA), has issued a statement to point that the exchange is not licensed nor authorized by the MFSA to conduct any business in or from Malta. And the Italian Companies and Exchange Commission (Consob) has added that companies affiliated with the exchange companies - the Binance Group are not authorized to provide services and activities in Italy. Binance continue to point that the warnings have no...

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