The BTC rate on the evening of March 7 fell below the $10,000 mark after reports of a possible hacking of the Binance crypto exchange.
The value of the cryptocurrency fell to 9.4 thousand dollars, by 14:00 Moscow time on March 8, Bitcoin rose to 10 thousand dollars, and then again went down to a decline.
The exchange reported that some users were victims of a phishing attempt, but, according to Binance, the site itself was not hacked. According to Binance, all the assets of customers are safe, the money was not stolen.
CoinDesk adds that the Bitcoin rate was also influenced by the criticism of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
The regulator pointed out that some such platforms provide services for trading assets that fall under the definition of securities. That is, the sites operate as exchanges, but they are not registered with the SEC. Thus, investors' funds are not protected, the commission concluded.
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