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Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao Had a Busy Schedule Travelling the World

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Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao Had a Busy Schedule Travelling the World

  • Changpeng Zhao, was a guest of honor at Dubai’s Museum of the Future last month.
  • Zhao was recently profiled in a prestigious Argentine publication.

It was a “fantastic” meeting between Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao and El Salvador President Nayib Bukele. To discuss Central American crypto adoption, Zhao, known as “CZ” in the crypto world, recently visited Bukele. Tweeted by Binance CEO, he gave a concise assessment of the situation.

According to Zhao, “they didn’t talk about [the bitcoin] bond at all.” This contradicts earlier claims. An earlier statement made by the US ambassador for El Salvador, Milena Mayorga, referred to possible support between the government and cryptocurrency exchange Binance to issue bitcoin bonds. Zhao was joined by investors while Bukele and Mayorga attended the discussion on Bitcoin investment.

Interested in Countries Key Initiatives

According to reports from El Salvador’s Diario El Salvador, Zhao described Bukele as a “leader” who has indicated an interest in researching the country’s key initiatives. Tuesday, El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele attacked a Reuters storey that Binance CEO Changpeng “CZ” Zhao was going to El Salvador to rescue its Bitcoin Bond. CZ and Bukele’s meeting has nothing to do with the “volcano bond” sale, according to Bukele, and the two wanted to address “other issues” during their meeting.

The CEO of Binance has already had a busy year. Founder and CEO of Binance, the world’s largest bitcoin and altcoin crypto exchange by trading volume, Changpeng Zhao, was a guest of honor at Dubai’s Museum of the Future last month at first in a series of lectures presented at the landmark edifice. The CEO recently tweeted about being in Dubai again.

Zhao was recently profiled in a prestigious Argentine publication for his crypto conversations with leaders around Latin America, including Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, and El Salvador.

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