Binance Info’s V Label Verification

At present, we have received honest feedback from the community on the Binance Info Gold Label project. We are aware that some projects have misinterpreted the “Gold Label” indicator, which was not the intention. We would like to clarify and further explain the V Label verification badge here.

Regarding the V Label verification:

  1. The V Label badge received by projects means the information and content shown on the project’s profile page on Binance Info is verified to be maintained by the project team itself.
  2. Once verified, the V Label will appear next to the project’s name and in the details section of each project on Binance Info. Blockchain projects that do not have a V Label are maintained by the community.
  3. Binance Info will determine the authenticity of each project team, yet makes no judgement on the content uploaded by the teams, and does not offer project evaluation.

Any blockchain project is eligible to apply for a V Label badge on Binance Info. The V Label will also be available to other types of institutions in the future.

Projects can apply to get verified with a V Label here.

Once verified, the V Label will appear next to the project’s name.

Again, the V Label only certifies that the project team itself is updating and maintaining its information on Binance Info. Binance Info makes no judgement on the projects or the content uploaded, and a V Label verification does not imply an endorsement by Binance Info.

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