I'm no fortune teller, but something tells me that if Binance refused to delist XMR, ZEC and even Tornado Cash at the height of (illegitimate) US sanctions and extortion to block their relevant addresses and websites, Binance is probably not going to cave in and delist the SEC list of "securities". But you know who did cave in and delisted all those coins from their exchange? Yes that's right, the "commission free trade" Robinhood, further proving the hypothesis that if something is free, then you are the product.
In case you smell some sort of bias from my part, I literally don't hodl any of these coins and apart from ADA for a few weeks way back when that "Shelly" thing was about to release, never held any in the past either. I just think it's utterly ridiculous of the United States to go about it this way, but asides from that I really think it's a devastating own goal for anyone who adheres to it. I know some might not have a choice in the matter, like last year if Telegram and Twitter didn't block RT's news channel to all EU sim cards and IP addresses, the entire app and relevant websites would all get blocked. But what these people don't seem to realize is that you can't reason with totalitarianism.
Sooner or later, it will come for you again, and again, and again till you either make a stand or literally lose all your values along with everything it was you ever stood for. It came for Binance now again did it not? It is coming for Twitter yet again as we speak and so will it come again for Robinhood somewhere in the (near) future. Only question then will be if Robinhood will even have anything left to stand up for? They might just find they could just as well just pack it up and sell their business to the highest bidder since it's all been rendered irrelevant and obsolete anyway.
This is why these Coinbase shilling internet goofys really irritated me last Monday. Actually daring to praise a centralized exchange because "see I told you, Binance got sued now because they do not care about crypto like Coinbase does." Just name me on privacy coin Coinbase listed. No never mind any of that actually, because these poor saps were walking a tightrope all these years and had their share holders anticipate major gains after the Binance lawsuit was announced last Monday. That delusion lasted only till Tuesday though as their own lawsuit was announced 24 hours later.😂 Which to be fair to Coinbase made zero sense to begin with, but we are way beyond logic and reasoning when it comes to these degens in Washington. This is just pure comedy at this point.🤡
PS The Waves comedy show had another episode as well, I really think I have discovered a new crypto phenomenon here. You know those movies that are just so bad and cringe you can't help but to laugh even though that was not the actors'/writers' intention? Like 99% of Lifetime movies that are supposed to be a thriller or action, but are involuntarily in the high realm of comedy? I really think certain "revolutionary, better than Bitcoin" cryptos sort of went down the same path and have now resorted into unknowingly becoming meme coins.