In this edition of The Daily, we cover the launch of Binance Research, a new analysis division that will produce in-depth reports for customers of the leading cryptocurrency trading platform. We also look at Cobinhood’s decision to add several stablecoins to its platform and the reasoning behind the move. In addition, we focus on SWIFT’s denial of rumors that it has partnered with Ripple, as well as a plot of virtual land that was sold on Decentraland for a record amount of money.
Binance Research Starts With Two Reports
Binance, currently the largest digital asset exchange in terms of daily trading volume, has launched a new analysis division. Binance Research will focus on creating institutional-grade research reports, the trading platform said in an announcement on its website. Binance has referred to the service as a new pillar of its ecosystem and claims it’s going to bring more transparency, while also improving the quality of information that’s available in the cryptocurrency space.
Binance Research has already produced two detailed reports. The first one is devoted to Loom Network, a solution for Ethereum that allows for scalable user-facing dapps and games. The second report covers Gochain, a scalable and decentralized blockchain that supports smart contracts and distributed applications. The research division’s next report will be about Pundi X, a company that has built a platform enabling cryptocurrency payments through POS terminals.
This past summer, the cryptocurrency exchange also launched an educational portal called Binance Academy. The platform was announced as an open-access learning hub supported by the team of the company.