SafeMoon CEO John Karony to Appear in a Business Segment in CNBC News, Vice Among Others

Vinod Dsouza
Safemoon CEO John Karony is an influential figure in the crypto market.

The CEO of SafeMoon, John Karony is all set to appear in a business segment interview in CNBC News. Karony is currently in the United States holding business meetings with people in New York and Utah.

CNBC News has been giving airtime to cryptocurrency leads lately and interviewing the heads of several coins. SafeMoon’s Twitter handle revealed Karony’s schedule through a tweet. ”A busy couple of weeks for @CptHodl: – Interviews with @CNBC and @VICE – Upcoming keynote at AIBC in Malta. – Lots of meetings with key crypto people in NYC and Utah. – Back in London”

SafeMoon: CNBC Shows Interest In Cryptocurrency News

CNBC has been covering a wide range of topics from the crypto market lately. The news channel recently spoke to the CEO of Robinhood Vlad Tenev and asked him if the trading platform would list Shiba Inu. Vlad denied that Robinhood would list SHIB but highlighted that the trading firm already listed seven different cryptocurrencies.

”We only offer seven coins currently and I think it goes back to safety first. So we’re not generally going to be the first to add any new asset. We want to make sure that it goes through a stringent set of criteria,” said Vlad to CNBC host Jim Cramer.

Also, CNBC got in touch with Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao, commonly known as CZ in the crypto community. CZ was asked if he believes the crypto market needs to be regulated. His answer surprised many as he stated that he believes the crypto market being regulated will do wonders for the industry.

”Absolutely, right now we’re at a pivotal point. We need to change from a technological company to a financial services company. We started this process four to five months ago and and we’ve done a lot since then. It’s very clear for centralized exchange we need a centralized structure. So we are setting up headquarters, offices, regional headquarters and local branch offices We have physical locations and entities,” he said.

”We started as a decentralized organization but as the industry gets bigger the regulators are looking at this industry. Regulators don’t know how to work with decentralized structures. So we’re setting up the decentralized structures now and we believe very strongly that regulations are good for the industry,”

Changpeng Zhao summed it up.

SafeMoon at the time of publishing was trading at $0.00000325 and is down -12.0% in the 24-hours day trade.