PAID Network has announced receiving investment from Binance’s $100M DeFi Accelerator Fund. The sum comes just weeks after PAID was hacked for nearly the same amount.
PAID Will Integrate With Binance Smart Chain
On Mar 5, an unknown hacker exploited PAID Network’s smart contract and minted over 59.4 million PAID tokens worth $166 million at the time.
Such an incident usually spells the end for a crypto project. It would appear, however, that Binance is still confident in PAID’s future.
Here is the news as promised!! Thank you @cz_binance and @binance for your support and belief in us!! And thank you to our amazing community for support to make this happen!!! $PAID + $BNB @paid_network https://t.co/sEz0YvN3zZ
— Kyle Chassé / Master Disruptor (@kyle_chasse) March 30, 2021
PAID’s investment allocation by Binance has not been disclosed yet.
It is to be noted that PAID’s ties with Binance have existed for quite some time. The team began building on Binance Smart Chain (BSC), Binance’s EVM compatible blockchain, before the hack.
This means that despite the recent hack, PAID Network continues to enjoy support from the world’s largest crypto exchange. Also, several upcoming DeFi projects are preparing to launch on Ignition, the PAID’s fund-raising launchpad.
The project’s appeal is building a decentralized framework that eliminates complex and expensive legal agreements for crypto projects using smart contracts.
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