This type of Unicode character substitution in the domain name is particularly nasty as they are hard to spot in an email where the URLs are underlined (it obscures the dot).
Be careful out there. The scammers have stumbled upon their “one weird trick” when it comes to domain names.
Notice that the https is green indicating certificates and encryption too. If that’s what you usually check you’re out of luck.
I was surprised that such characters could be registered and used.
Google is currently serving this domain up as an Ad at the top of organic searches for "binance". AdWords should not allow this kind of fuckery.
Well that's kind of scary, I probably wouldn't have thought twice about that url, having said that I always type in the url.
But I'll double check going forward.
Install cryptonite by metacert folks! And bookmark the official sites of every exchange and wallet you use and don't manual type or search after that point
To avoid falling for this, do what you should do anyway: use a password manager that autocompletes your login credentials. Password managers are not fooled by shenanigans like this.