”2018 was the Correction Year for Crypts“ The CEO of Binance, who gave an interview to Bloomberg yesterday, commented on the year we had left as the year was near.
Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao gave an interview to Bloomberg on December 19th. In the interview, Zhao stated that the future expectations about the crypto money were positive, and he called 2018 the year of la correction inin of the crypts . Zhao, the market is already deteriorating in mid-November, which made the market worse, that is, a kind of market that has bothered investors.
‘This is a year of correction , said Changpeng Zhao, one of the founders of Binance, one of the world’s largest crypto-money exchanges . Prices for speculators elements of “a very great source of attraction” is voicing Zhao, adopting the industry’s crypto currency seriously and “create real areas” noted that the market will grow thanks to architects.
When asked how the price correction affected Binance’s plans, Zhao said that Binance started a stock exchange in traditional coins and plans to include more traditional money next year. Then the CEO added:
None of our plans have changed, we are still moving forward in a very aggressive way.
Zhao, on the other hand, has said that the crypto industry no longer wants clarity, but there are uncertainties in this area in more countries around the world . He also added that the crypto money industry ini wants regulations that promote innovation rather than market-blocking regulations yen and said it is “still very confident in the crypto-money industry .
Along with these, Binance carried out activities that carried it out of a traditional crypto exchange. For example, the stock exchange’s innovation flap, Binance Labs, launched the incubator program in August 2018. Last week, the program completed the first collective finance Blockchain project, which received funding and consultancy through the initiative .
In addition, Binance’s charity Binance Charity Foundation launched a Blockchain-based aid campaign to support Maltese youth. The program aims to support children who suffer from fatal diseases in Malta and Gozo.