- During Paris Blockchain Week, Binance makes a big deal out of it.
- He is the CEO of Binance. Changpeng Zhao talks about what he thinks will happen in 2022.
- Zhao likes the French rules on Blockchain.
Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, announced on April 13 that it was opening a Web 3.0 space in Paris. The announcement came after Binance made an appearance at Paris Blockchain Week on April 13. In a video, Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance, talked about his hopes for the year 2022.
“CZ,” or Changpeng Zhao, told people at Paris Blockchain Week about his plans for the year 2022. He was excited about how many governments and businesses were starting to use blockchain technology.
He said that many countries, including the United States, have issued executive orders about stablecoins. Along with Bahrain, Dubai set up rules and gave out licences to big businesses.
He also talked about how excited he was about new things like the Metaverse and Gamefi becoming more popular around the world. CZ also talked about how France, Portugal, Sweden, and Gibraltar are setting rules that are good for the technology, saying that it helps people use it more.
So, when setting up this conference, his team asked permission to put Binance banners on the Palais Brongniart [historical Paris Stock Exchange]. He said this: and the government was cool with giving permission, which shows how progressive they are.
CZ adds, “I think little things like that show how we feel about the government here.” “That’s why we want to make a lot of money and grow the business in France.”
A source says that in France, more than 60% of traditional businesses have made money by using blockchain, compared to just 20% in the rest of the world, a source says.