Binance Reopens in Belgium After Collaboration with Regulators

Binance has resumed its services in Belgium after a 3.5-month hiatus, following collaboration with financial regulatory authorities in the country.

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, had suspended its services in Belgium following instructions from the country’s financial regulatory authority. After a 3.5-month hiatus, it has now resumed its services for Belgian users.

In an official statement posted on its Twitter account, Binance said, “We welcome new registrations from Belgian residents once again.” The same statement mentioned that Belgian users would regain access to various Binance products and services if they accepted the platform’s new Terms of Use.

The Financial Services and Markets Authority (FSMA), the financial regulator of Belgium, had ordered all virtual currency services in the country to immediately cease operations in June, accusing the cryptocurrency exchange of providing certain services from non-European Economic Area member countries.

Subsequently, Binance activated its unit in Poland to continue serving customers in Belgium and collaborated to ensure legal compliance. As a result of this collaboration, it appears that the necessary conditions have been met for users in Belgium to return to the platform, and the exchange has resumed its operations.

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