Leading cryptocurrency exchange Binance has launched a new research division, called Binance Research, focused on providing institutional-grade reports on blockchain projects.
With a focus on providing objective, quality analysis on blockchain projects, @BinanceResearch aims to increase transparency in the industry. Learn more about the process behind our institutional-grade Binance Research reports.https://t.co/mjXVAQIE4E
— Binance (@binance) November 8, 2018
According to the announcement, the reports created by Binance Research will feature everything from price metrics and token sale economics to team overviews and community data. The general idea is to provide an all-encompassing report that can become the go-to for institutional parties entering the crypto industry.
In the nascent blockchain environment, there is still much to learn about the many cryptocurrencies in existence. A lot of work remains to be done to sort out between hard data and hype noise, to separate wheat from chaff. At Binance Research, we shine a spotlight on quality blockchain projects, digging into the specifics of certain coins to come up with research reports that provide comprehensive data and insightful analysis.
To kick things off, Binance Research published reports on Loom Network (LOOM), a blockchain ecosystem for games and social apps, and GoChain (GO), a blockchain platform that boasts 1,300 transactions per second.
In addition to Binance Research, the exchange also recently launched Binance Info, a market intelligence app that includes real-time market data, multiple base currencies, and real-time charts and indicators. The retail-focused app also features a community-driven project report section, allowing third-party researchers to publish their work.
More: Introducing Binance Research
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