Binance Froze a Wallet Related to Russian Gun Manufacturer

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Binance froze a wallet related to russian gun manufacturer

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Crypto exchange Binance froze a wallet related to Vladislav Lobaev, a Russian gun manufacturer who raised funds for the country’s troops in Ukraine, according to a Lobaev representative and blockchain data analysis. “The Hash” panel discusses the details.

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