Binance announced around midnight Chinese time yesterday that it is branching beyond being an enterprise-quality consumer token exchange with the launch of Binance Research, an investigative subproject which relays in-depth, objective information on upcoming tokens – presumably, tokens listed on the exchange.
Binance Research is a new pillar of the Binance ecosystem, focused on the creation of institutional-grade research reports with the aim of increasing transparency and improving the quality of information available within the crypto space.
The two reports already posted are rather in-depth and, as noted, objective in nature. They are both footnoted by a lengthy warning against using them for “investment purposes,” although that is obviously their primary purpose for most traders – getting 360-degree information about a potential investment opportunity. The informational nature of the reports means that traders will likely still consult ICO rating and review services like the reputable ones offered at Hacked.com.