The altcoin market suffered a serious setback as major cryptocurrencies such as Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC) and Cardano (ADA) suffered a sharp decline in value. Uncertainty in the market is evident as investors show a lack of confidence in the current environment. Meanwhile, the statements of Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao drew attention. Here is what Zhao said about the collapse in the market…
Market commentary from Binance CEO
Binance founder CZ discussed the unpredictable nature of market volatility on social media on June 10. CZ said many people knew about the crash and attributed it to a single cause, which is often faulty. But he stressed that no one really knows the exact reasons behind the market movements. CZ highlighted the existence of a large number of sellers and buyers in the market, each with their own motivations. These motivations can range from Binance selling cryptocurrencies to Robinhood selling altcoins, from the impact of regulatory measures to the impact of human emotions such as greed and fear. Some are true, some are false.
The reasons behind the recent market turmoil remain speculative. However, two important events have occurred in the last few days that may provide some insight. First, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a lawsuit against Binance, its CEO, and the US arm of the company. Shortly after, the SEC also filed a separate lawsuit against the leading US-based crypto exchange Coinbase. The 101-page lawsuit against Coinbase appears to have had a more significant impact on the broader market. Notably, the SEC has compiled a “non-exhaustive” list of 13 cryptocurrencies it considers to meet the criteria for classification as securities.
The status of altcoins as “securities” affected the market
cryptocoin.com As we reported, cryptocurrencies listed include Cardano (ADA), Solana (SOL), Polygon (MATIC), and SAND, AXS, FIL, ICP, NEAR and more. The inclusion of these coins in the list has contributed to their depreciation. Second, retail trading platform Robinhood, a major player in the crypto industry, announced its decision to delist tokens associated with Solana, Cardano, and Polygon. This move has further increased uncertainty in the market as investors speculate about potential legal repercussions for these cryptocurrencies. The precedent set by the SEC’s 2020 lawsuit against Ripple, which labeled XRP a security and resulted in its deletion from many exchanges, has likely added to the concerns surrounding these tokens.
The combination of regulatory actions and market reactions has led to a challenging period for altcoins. Investors are now pricing in the potential legal consequences these cryptocurrencies could face, resulting in a significant drop in their value. As the market goes through this turbulent period, CZ stressed the importance of managing risks. The role of platforms like Binance is to ensure smooth operations as investors grapple with feelings of greed and fear.
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