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Binance Labs has begun its Season 4 incubation period

Binance Labs is a new version of the programme that has shown off the best blockchain projects in the world.

An Incubator to Further Global Adoption 

To apply to Binance Labs’ Incubation Program for the fourth time, you need to be a member of Binance.

People and projects on the blockchain can apply until February 28 at 11:59 PM UTC. The incubator is chain-agnostic and is looking for the best and most creative people and projects on the blockchain. If you want to learn more about DeFi, security and privacy, DAOs, Layer 1s and L2, cross-chain bridges, and more, this is the programme for you!

“Binance Labs Incubation Program was first created to nurture potential and promising entrepreneurs and projects that can accelerate the adoption and innovation in the industry. Through the Incubation Program, we hope to help the future industry key players go through easier ways of development, and I am sure our team and the mentors can also be inspired by the fresh and new insights of the talented founders and teams all around the world,” said Bill Chin, Head of Binance Labs.


The programme will connect developers with business leaders from the ecosystem, offer mentorship and a wide network, help them grow and get noticed, and invite selected projects to an 8-week programme in Q2 2022.

“Our team started with nothing but an algorithm and trained incubation program, and now we have a fully developed game-changing product that we believe will help push DeFi to new heights. And we did it in such a short time with Binance´s help, that we are very proud,” was claimed by Alex Lee, the Founder of Wombat Exchange, a project that participated in Season 3 of the program. 

The fund worked with market leaders like Polygon, Perpetual Protocol, Injective Protocol, SafePal, and Cere Network to learn how to start and grow businesses.

Disclaimer: These are the writer’s opinions and should not be considered investment advice. Readers should do their own research.

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