The CryptoQuant analytical platform analyzed the Mazars auditors report on the reserves of the Binance cryptocurrency exchange and confirmed its relevance. In early December, Binance partnered with Mazars to independently audit its new Proof-of-Reserve (PoR) reporting system.. The auditor checked all publicly available information about the stock of bitcoins of the crypto exchange and confirmed the November data of Binance about more than 100% of the ratio of the exchange's reserves in bitcoins to clients' assets. Against the background of market events accompanying the collapse of the FTX cryptocurrency platform, the report of the audit company Mazars on the reserves of Binance was perceived by the participants of the crypto community ambiguously. John Reed Stark, former head of the SEC's Office of Internet Enforcement, said the report only provides quantitative data, does not reflect the effectiveness of Binance's internal financial controls, and lacks an audit opinion that the evidence obtained is “sufficient and appropriate.” “. A number of crypto skeptics have questioned the qualifications of Mazars' employees and wondered why a “complex and highly capitalized company like Binance” chose Mazars over one of the reputable “Big Four” accounting firms. Countering critics, blockchain analytics provider CryptoQuant backed audit firm Mazars' findings, saying the commitments reported by Binance are very close to its estimate of 99%.. CryptoQuant clarified that Binance's ETH and stablecoin reserves “do not currently exhibit FTX-like behavior.” Earlier, Nansen analysts reported that about $3 billion was withdrawn from Binance over the past few days.. The activity of users is associated with investor uncertainty about the bankruptcy of FTX and the “temporary suspension” of Binance withdrawals in USDC stablecoins.
CryptoQuant Confirms Binance Reserves Audit Results
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