Regulatory Compliance & Policy
Licenses & Registrations
Obtaining authorization from regulatory authorities in key jurisdictions in which we operate is the best way to demonstrate that we are serious about playing by the rules and rising to every applicable standard. Acknowledging the value of operating in a stable regulatory landscape, Binance has dedicated considerable time to securing licenses, registrations, and authorizations across the globe, as well as contributing to policy discussions.
As of January 2023, Binance had secured registrations, licenses, or permissions in the following jurisdictions: Abu Dhabi, Australia, Bahrain, Cyprus, Dubai, France, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, New Zealand, Poland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden.
For more details, refer to Binance’s Licenses, Registrations, and Other Legal Matters page.
We strive to leverage Binance’s extensive experience of complying with regulations across the globe to help policymakers shape the future regulatory frameworks around digital assets in a way that benefits users and allows the industry to thrive. Below are Binance’s contributions to policy discussions and other forms of policy-related thought leadership.
Smart Regulation Needed To Rebuild Trust in Crypto – Binance’s Rana Kortam for OMFIF Digital Monetary Institute’s Annual Report
Binance’s response to Monetary Authority of Singapore consultation on Stablecoin-Related Activities
Binance’s response to Australian Treasury consultation on Crypto asset secondary service providers: Licensing and custody requirements
Binance’s Response to UK HM Treasury Consultation: Managing the failure of systemic Digital Settlement Asset (including stablecoin) firms