What is Binance Labs?
Binance Labs is a crypto-investment project that is geared towards aiding the growth of blockchain technology projects. With a specific focus on projects that are considered sustainable and beneficial to the broader health of cryptocurrency ecosystems. This can include the development of Dapps, Defi, and the development of Web3 or decentralized web technology.
Created in 2017 by Changpeng Zhao and Yi He, Binance Labs have met with some regulatory and legal issues. In the US for example, Binance Labs allegedly did not meet financial regulatory standards and therefore was ordered to cease its operations. In response to this, Binance created BianceUS, which followed US regulatory guidelines much more closely. Regardless BiananceUS still remains banned in several US states.
Binance Incubator Program
The Binance Incubator Program is considered by many to be one of the most exciting projects in the cryptocurrency ecosystem. Effectively the Incubator Program facilitates the growth and development of some of the most cutting-edge projects in the field of block technologies. Showcasing the most innovative, creative, and socially-minded projects to the broader crypto community.
Those who are enrolled in the Incubator Program can enjoy a host of benefits. Ranging from technological assistance, PR management, networking, legal counsel, and the fine-tuning of concepts and ideas. In this way, the Incubator Program serves as an invaluable means of gestating crypto projects into new and exciting forms through a process of mentorship and guidance.
In addition, the Incubator Program aids start-ups in the acquiring of ‘Seed Financing,’ which serves as their necessary start-up capital. In some cases, this seed financing can be valued up to 3 million dollars. Because of all of these reasons, the Incubator Program has become a valuable source of innovation and development for the broader crypto community and an impressive element of a startup’s portfolio.
At the time of writing, some of the most popular and impressive projects developed by the Incubator Program are The Marlin Protocol, Perpetual Protocol, and the Cere Network.