The trading volume of Binance.US, the US division of Binance, plummeted to $5.1 million on September 16 amid restructuring and the departure of the subsidiary's CEO, Brian Schroder, following SEC complaints.
A year ago the figure stood at $230 million, while the low ($2.97 million) for this month was reached on September 9.
On June 5, the SEC filed a lawsuit against Binance and its CEO, Changpeng Zhao, in which it filed 13 charges, including the sale of unregistered securities.
The next day, the regulator sent a request to freeze the platform's digital assets and on June 9, users lost the ability to deposit dollars.
However, on June 17, the SEC and Binance signed an agreement on US customer funds and the platform resumed withdrawing assets, but the company warned the situation could change.