Binance aims to allocate $1 billion for crypto recovery fund

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Binance intends to allocate $1 billion for a proposed industry recovery fund, while its CEO revealed intent in a new bid for assets of bankrupt cryptocurrency lending firm Voyager by its United States-based business.

Speaking to BloombergTV on Nov. 24, Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao touched on a number of topics in what has been a tumultuous month for the cryptocurrency ecosystem.

Chief among them was Binance’s proposed industry recovery fund, which is aimed at providing financial support to promising projects in financial distress. The exchange’s founder introduced the idea in the wake of FTX’s now-infamous collapse.

Zhao said that details of the fund were due to be published on the exchange’s blog in the coming days, adopting a fairly “loose” structure with contributions from other members of the cryptocurrency ecosystem:

“There’s been back and forth on how to structure that — do we make it a loose fund or an actual fund? I think we’re kind of going with a loose approach where…

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