The CEO of Binance continues to work closely with regulators in Singapore.

Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, went on Twitter to thank Sopnendu Mohanty, the Chief Fintech Officer of Singapore MAS, for inviting him to the Point Zero Forum.

Zhao wrote in the same thread as Mohanty that he and Mohanty “believe it is very important for industry players and regulators to talk in depth.” He also said, “Sometimes behind closed doors, sometimes in public. PZF was a great chance for the public. “

During the conference, people talked about some of the most important problems in the crypto space and what can be done to make the industry better.

He also shed light on the crypto media, saying that there have been many “misleading media titles about Binance/crypto, Singapore, etc.” “Many people tried to put us at odds with each other.” CZ said that these titles couldn’t be more wrong, because “Binance and SG MAS work together closely and cooperatively.”

CZ gave some examples of these misleading titles, and one of the articles was posted while he was at a conference. This article’s title was “Singapore regulator promises to be “unrelentingly hard” on cryptocurrency.”

CZ said that Mohanty originally said, “SG will be relentlessly hard on bad players in crypto,” and that the journalist “cut the middle part out, which completely changed the story.”

In related news, the price of Binance Coin (BNB), the native token of the Binance platform, has gone down a little bit in the last 24 hours. CoinMarketCap, which keeps track of the cryptocurrency market, says that the price of BNB is down 0.88 percent, which brings its price down to about $239.11.

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