Binance said on its website that it developed Binance X as a way of further engaging and supporting blockchain developers in the Binance ecosystem.
Under the Learn tab, Binance provides official documentations and links, GitHub repositories, and other resources regarding its existing projects, namely Binance exchange, Binance Chain, Trust Wallet, and Binance Charity Foundation.
The Collaborate category, meanwhile, shows the channels where developers can see announcements and engage with the Binance community and other third-party developers regarding particular topics.
Lastly, the Grow tab presents various Binance projects, such as Binance X Fellowship, Binance Launchpad, and Binance Labs, that developers can use to improve their projects and progress in their career.
Binance X Fellowship was particularly set up to aid developers in creating free and open-source software to drive more power in the crypto economy.
The programs under the Grow category also include those supporting the exchange’s Africa initiative, strategic partnerships, and strategic investments and mergers and acquisitions.
“At Binance X, we will be channeling our inner Ballmer to help developers maximize their potential and growth on the Binance platform,” Binance noted.