Binance Coin (BNB), once a high-performing cryptocurrency, has recently experienced a significant decline in value due to increased regulatory oversight and the recent SEC complaint against Binance.US.

The coin’s value has dropped by over 7% in the past 24 hours and 14% in the last seven days, raising concerns about its stability.

Adding to the challenges, an exploit on the BNB bridge has put the token at risk of a potential $200 million liquidation on Venus Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO) if the price falls further.

BNB Price Decline and Regulatory Scrutiny: BNB’s recent price decline can be attributed to the regulatory pressures faced by Binance and the broader crypto market.

Following the SEC’s complaint against Binance.US and increased regulatory oversight, BNB’s value has suffered a significant drop. Currently trading at $260, BNB’s price decline reflects the market’s reaction to these developments.

The vulnerability of the BNB bridge became evident when an exploit occurred, risking a potential $200 million liquidation on Venus DAO.

The exploit, which took place on October 7th, 2022, involved an attacker minting 2 million BNB and depositing 900,000 BNB as collateral on Venus.

This exploit represents the largest potential liquidation in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space and poses a significant risk to BNB holders.

To address the potential cascading liquidations, the BNB Chain has taken steps to liquidate the exploiter’s position. The Venus DAO has voted to whitelist BNB Chain as the sole liquidator of the exploiter’s address, aiming to prevent further disruptions and stabilize the market. These measures offer some hope for market stability amid the challenging situation.

The SEC’s legal actions against major exchanges like Binance and Coinbase have had a notable impact on investor sentiment and the overall crypto market.

Net outflows from Binance and Coinbase have decreased, indicating a more cautious approach by investors following the regulatory developments. The SEC’s lawsuit against Coinbase has also raised concerns about the regulatory landscape for the broader crypto industry.