Roundup – 10/11/2018 – Binance Launches Investigative Information Service & more

Binance Launches Investigative Information Service

Binance launched a service to provide users and investors with in-depth knowledge about cryptocurrency projects and ICOs. The service Binance Research will seemingly investigate tokens and listed coins on the exchange. The website can be reached under There are already two reports on the site about GoChain and Loom. The next report will be about Pundi X. Binance seemingly writes objective and gives rather in-depth details about the cryptocurrencies and the business models behind them.

The biggest mining pools in 2018

Our Author, Frederik Nielsen, recently took a look at Mining Pools. Bitcoin mining pools are the simple practice of pooling the processing power of several computers to solve Bitcoin transaction blocks. Nielsen presents the concept and the biggest mining pools in his article.

Minsk has become a regional hub for blockchain and cryptocurrencies

Almost a year ago now, the Belarussian president issued the Decree “On the Development of the Digital Economy”.  The decree declared among other things that it intends to attract innovative companies to the technology park in Minsk. Almost a year later, the park houses nearly 400 companies. Many of which operate in the blockchain or cryptocurrency sector. The regulation on cryptocurrencies and blockchain is basically positive in Belarus.