Main cryptocurrency change Binance is pushing again in opposition to allegations of market manipulation and dealing in opposition to the curiosity of its customers.

In a Monday Twitter thread, Binance seemingly laid the blame for any claims of manipulating the crypto market on publications spreading concern, uncertainty, and doubt in addition to sure people impersonating workers on the change. The agency mentioned it “reserves the precise to take authorized motion to guard its pursuits,” however was not against “accountable whistle-blowing that protects the belief of our group.”

“Binance has by no means traded in opposition to our customers nor manipulated the market, and we by no means will,” mentioned the change.

It’s unclear if the change was referring to any particular incident, however the assertion comes after a pseudonymous Twitter consumer below the identify RealFulltimeApe alleged on Aug. 21 that Binance “retains an summary of huge liq ranges and purposely pumps/dumps the worth to take them out for revenue.” The consumer claims to be a former “huge information engineer” on the change and can be “offering proof quickly,” however has not shared any proof on the time of publication.

“I’ve a number of audio and video recordsdata contained in the workplace through which administration is CLEARLY speaking about ‘shortly’ liquidating the overleveraged ‘longs and shorts’ earlier than permitting value to proceed up/down, with a view to enhance the businesses’ insurance coverage fund & income,” claimed the consumer.

Binance Holdings Restricted has been the goal of authorities in a number of international locations together with Italy, Malaysia, Poland, Germany, the UK, the Cayman Islands, Thailand, Canada, Japan, Singapore, and the Netherlands warning buyers to train warning regarding the firm, or claiming it was operating illegally. The warnings from regulators have probably led to some monetary establishments now not allowing customers to send payments to the change.

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The change can be the topic of a couple of class-action lawsuit alleging it violated its guidelines on futures buying and selling. Italy-based authorized and consulting agency Lexia Avvocati announced in July it was representing investors who misplaced “tens of hundreds of thousands” of attributable to not with the ability to handle their buying and selling positions and think about their balances as a result of crypto change going offline for a number of hours on totally different days. Liti Capital, a Swiss-based litigation funding supplier, has made related allegations in a separate class motion lawsuit filed in August.

Cointelegraph reached out to Binance, however didn’t obtain a response by time of publication.