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Total Value:

Up to $10



How to participate in Binance Learn & Earn

1. If you don’t have Binance account then create first from the link given below.

2. Go to more, you will get gift & campaign section (refer the image given below).

3. Tap on the learn and earn icon, all quizzes will show up on your screen.

4. Binance’s upcoming BNB & EOS quiz will go live on 16th February at 09:00 UTC.

5. Take the quiz as soon as it goes live and earn assured crypto rewards of up to $10.

6. Eligible users will receive a predetermined amount of BNB & EOS.

7. Quiz rewards are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Binance BNB Quiz Answers

Q1. BEP-2 BNB is the native coin of Ethereum. True or false?

Answer: False

Q2. What use cases does BNB have?

Answer: All are correct

Q3. Which token standards exist for BNB?

Answer: All are correct

Q4. Owning BNB provides you with a share of Binance’s profits.

Answer: False

Q5. Which token standards exist for BNB?

Answer: All are correct

Q6. BNB was originally issued as a:

Answer: BRC-20 token on Ethereum

Q7. Initial Sale Price?

Answer: 1 ETH for 2700 BNB and 1 BTC for 20,000 BNB

Q8. BNB launched through an initial game offering (IGO) in 2017?

Answer: False

Q9. Total supply of BNB?

Answer: 200 million BNB

Binance EOS Quiz Answers

Q1. The EOS Network consumes significantly less energy than Bitcoin and Ethereum and is certified carbon neutral.

Answer: True

Q2. EOS is leveraging its technology to unlock use cases in GameFi, DeFi and, more broadly, the Metaverse.

Answer: True

Q3. The EOS Network has an insurance program called Recover+ that protects EOS DeFi users from hacks.

Answer: True

Q4. Which of the following performance metrics does EOS achieve?

Answer: All are correct

Q5. Who is the founder and current CEO of the EOS Network Foundation?

Answer: Yves La rose

Q6. Who is the EOS Network designed for?

Answer: All are correct

Q7. Which of the following is not characteristic of the EOS blockchain? 

Answer: Expensive gas fees

Q8. In an effort to achieve absolute code independence, community engineers, led by the EOS Network Foundation, performed a non-contentious hard fork of the EOS codebase.

Answer: True