Binance Community Coin Round 6 Winner Announced

The winner is not a coin that gained an absolute majority of votes
05 March 2018   2813

Binance Exchange has summed up the results of the sixth round of the campaign "Community Coin".

Binance Voting Results
Binance Voting Results

To everyone's surprise, it turned out to be Zilliqa (ZIL), which was only third on the voting results.

We have weighed all factors in the voting process and have also applied a consistent methodology across all candidate votes to filter for oddities.  

We have taken a very serious stance against vote manipulation, and voided candidates that were found to have openly violated these principles.

We would like to congratulate the winner - Zilliqa (ZIL).

As promised, ZIL has been awarded with a free listing placement on Binance. 

Binance Team

Decision of the Binance exchange was met by users extremely ambiguous. Representatives of the communities of Elastos and WePower, between which the main struggle has flared up, remained, at least, dissatisfied with this outcome of the vote. Some pay attention to the growth of the rate and volume of trading Zilliqa shortly before the announcement and accuse Binance of insider trading. Others believe that in this situation, Binance took the only right decision.

Binance to Donate $1.5M to Fight Coronavirus

Also, the company was trying to purchase 70k masks and give them to the people, but was able to find the only 8k due to huge demand
27 January 2020   66

Cryptocurrency companies have expressed their willingness to help the people of China amid the outbreak of coronavirus 2019-nCoV. So, the Binance exchange will donate 10 million yuan ($ 1.44 million).

Zhao later said that the Binance team has contacted China's largest e-commerce and logistics companies. The exchange ordered about 70,000 medical masks from other countries, but was faced with the fact that all masks were sold out in nearby regions, and so far only 8,000 could be found. The problem of sending them to Wuhan, which became the epicenter of the disease, also remains relevant.