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Binance has appointed new head of ‘Better China’



Following the high-profile appointment of Brian Brooks to CEO of Binance.US, it has come to mild that the Malta-based mother or father firm has reshuffled its govt management by appointing Terence Zeng as head of Better China.

Zeng reportedly graduated from John Hopkins College and possesses a legislation diploma from the College of Hong Kong, although his on-line presence is restricted. He has been heading Binance’s Better China division since at the least early April, in accordance with an interview with Chain Information, a China-based expertise publication.

Within the interview, dated April 7, Zeng introduces himself as the pinnacle of Binance Better China.

“I’m presently the pinnacle of Binance Better China,” he mentioned, in accordance with a translated model of the interview. “Earlier than becoming a member of Binance, I used to be doing finance, primarily engaged within the area of institutional funding and financing, that’s, serving to shoppers similar to listed firms, fund funding, and financing.”

Zeng additionally labored for giant funding banks in the USA and Hong Kong earlier than shifting focus to “various monetary merchandise,” which can have led him to cryptocurrencies and Binance. Within the interview, he acknowledged that his first publicity to digital belongings was way back to 2013.

Binance is the world’s largest cryptocurrency trade by quantity, however its relationship with China is difficult attributable to a ban on digital-asset buying and selling within the nation. Beijing could also be clearing some regulatory hurdles to reenable cryptocurrency buying and selling within the nation, although progress seems to be gradual.

As Cointelegraph just lately reported, Individuals’s Financial institution of China Deputy Governor Li Bo acknowledged Bitcoin (BTC) and stablecoins as a official various funding choice. He additionally didn’t rule out the potential for stablecoins turning into a “extensively used fee device.”