Binance to Launch $1 Billion Blockchain Investment Fund

Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange is announcing the creation of a fund called ‘community Influence Fund’ at a whopping $1Billion. The announcement was contained in an online announcement made by the Binance Labs CEO Ella Zhang.

According to the announcement, the fund will largely revolve around Binance’s native cryptocoin BNB.

Yesterday’s release was the first made by the team behind Binance Labs. Alongside Ella Zhang, other colleagues at the announcement were Chloe Zhang, Christy Choi, Benjamin Rameau, and Teck Chia.

In addition to the Community Influence Fund, the trade is also making the Binance Ecosystem Fund with the coordinated effort of around 20 partners. This news was broken to Tech Crunch by a representative for the company. The official disclosed that further details will be made public soon.

The team also discussed some of the key ideas that the firm is currently working on including  Dache Chain, a taxi hailing platform that it is about to launch.

Binance Labs disclosed that it is currently focusing on the following three areas of development:

#1.Startup: A research division concentrating on blockchain tech and the cryptocurrency economy.

#2.Environmental Fund: An impact fund that supports an approach that serves the blockchain ecosystem instead of entirely returns on investments.

#3.Hatchery: With an attention on sustaining youthful new companies and giving funding. This, they say, will ‘engage top blockchain and cryptocurrency ability.’

At long last, Binance Labs expressed that they have just put resources into four projects. These are: the cryptocurrency MobileCoin, a superior open blockchain by Oasis Labs, confirmation platform known as Certik, and a crowdfunding platform called Republic.

The Binance trade platform was created less than a year ago, but has positioned itself as the biggest exchange as far as day by day volume is concerned; this according to cryptocurrency value website CoinMarketCap.

Binance is currently has its headquarters in Hong Kong; however it is considering moving its operations to Malta. The small European island’s legislature has been especially quick to embrace blockchain innovation thus making it attractive for new businesses in the crypto industry such as Binance.


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