Binance wins authoritatively over the SEC: Ripple case highlighted

The American court rejected the claims made by the Securities and Exchange Commission against Binance. The SEC had filed a lawsuit against Binance in June 2023, raising allegations that it sold unregistered securities and operated illegally in the United States. The new court ruling symbolizes Ripple’s eagerly anticipated legal victory, and the concerned judicial officer opined that the XRP token sales by Ripple can’t be considered investment contracts.

The court firmly rejected the Security and Exchange Commission’s argument that BUSD, Binance’s fiat-supported stablecoin, is an investment contract, stressing the significance of the character of transactions in both legal encounters.

The American court has endorsed certain assertions made by the Securities and Exchange Commission. Binance’s actions do not demonstrate that buyers anticipated a value appreciation. The confusion surrounding Binance’s stance has not yet been resolved, and the American court has approved certain SEC claims. The SEC will be required to demonstrate that the direct sales of BNB qualify as a security transaction.

There are significant similarities between the SEC vs. Binance case and the SEC vs. XRP case. The outcome of the legal fight can be termed a victory for the global cryptocurrency industry. The court order has set a unique precedent that will weaken the Securities and Exchange Commission’s overreach. 

It is intriguing to note that Donald Trump’s campaign is accepting cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum as donations. It also accepts some lesser-known memecoins, like Shiba Inu and Dogecoin. This serves as a catalyst for the expansion of the American crypto industry and fosters a favorable regulatory environment.

Since Binance returned to court with a big bang, the legal fight has intensified. Note that the lawsuit no longer relates to BNB’s secondary market sales or sales of BUSD stablecoin. The recent development provides insight into the regulation of cryptocurrency exchanges in the United States. 

Binance is in the hot soup again, and tough times are ahead for the world’s largest crypto exchange. Following the court ruling, Binance will proceed with the sales of BNB tokens, and a court decision will address the SEC’s demand for Binance to register under the Exchange Act.

The court ruling will have a big impact on Binance, its customers, and the larger cryptocurrency marketplace. The judicial officer refuted the claims of the Securities and Exchange Commission regarding the secondary sales of Binance Coin. 


A previous verdict in the Security Exchange Commission’s lawsuit against Ripple profoundly influences the decision. The rejection of some claims was truly unexpected and is a backlash for the American Securities and Exchange Commission. According to a business journalist working on a prominent news site, this ruling will benefit crypto companies like Coinbase, ConsenSys, and Kraken. Despite recent legal hurdles, Binance remains the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange.

Harsh Chauhan

Harsh Chauhan is an experienced crypto journalist and editor at CryptoNewsZ. He was formerly an editor at various industries and has written extensively about Crypto, Blockchain, Web3, NFT and AI. Harsh holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a focus on Marketing and a certification from the Blockchain Foundation Program. Through his writings, he hold the pulse of rapidly evolving crypto landscape, delivering timely updates and thought-provoking analysis. His commitment to providing value to readers is evident in every piece of content produced.

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