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libratoken  (LBA)

LibraToken (LBA)

$0.003322221015 5.4%
0.00000005 BTC 4.8%
0.00000087 ETH 6.4%
2,334 people like this
24H Range
Market Cap $2,239,655
24 Hour Trading Vol $917,998
Circulating Supply 675,000,000
Total Supply 1,000,000,000
Max Supply ?
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LBA Price and Market Stats

LBA Price $0.003321200349
LibraToken ROI -96.7%
Market Cap $2,239,655
Market Cap Dominance 0.00%
Trading Volume $918,173
Volume / Market Cap 0.4095
24h Low / 24h High $0.002821756888 / $0.003339505929
7d Low / 7d High $0.002880064351 / $0.003766527005
Market Cap Rank #1781
All-Time High $0.339921 -99.0%
May 23, 2018 (over 3 years)
All-Time Low $0.001706634442 94.5%
Jan 28, 2021 (9 months)

LibraToken Coin Price & Market Data

LibraToken price today is $0.003322221015 with a 24-hour trading volume of $917,998. LBA price is up 5.4% in the last 24 hours. It has a circulating supply of 680 Million LBA coins and a total supply of 1 Billion. If you are looking to buy or sell LibraToken, MEXC Global is currently the most active exchange.

Libra Credit is a decentralized lending ecosystem that facilitates open access to credit anywhere and anytime based on the Ethereum blockchain. Libra Credit is a global initiative with a mission to provide financial inclusion and lower the cost of financial services. Powered by its proprietary big data, AI-based credit assessment technology and existing global partnership networks, Libra Credit has the expertise and capabilities to realize its mission. Libra Credit aims to offer a seamless digital lending process that can be completed in 5 steps: application, verification and credit assessment, confirmation, collateral deposit, and disbursement. The Libra Credit platform will focus on a dual-credit risk scoring mechanism that considers the creditworthiness of the pledged collateral as well as the credit information of the borrower. Borrowers will be able to pledge any crypto-assets as collateral and receive loans in their desired asset. Using smart contracts and a proprietary collateral valuation and liquidation system, Libra Credit will lock in agreed terms between borrows, lenders, custodians, guarantors and liquidators.

Libra Credit was founded in 2017 and operates out of San Francisco, USA. They are backed by investors such as FBG Capital, GBIC, DHVC, Dekypt Capital, Crypto Parency, and others. Lu Hua, Co-Founder & CEO has experience in the payments, financing, and risk management industries. He was previously the CEO of moKredit, one of China’s top digital credit servicing companies. Lu was also the Head of Core Payments for PayPal China and the Head of Global Banking Platform for PayPal US. Dan Schatt, Co-Founder & COO has previously worked as the Chief Commercial Officer at Stockpile Inc., a leading fintech company, and as General Manager of Financial Innovations at PayPal. Howard Wu, Chief Scientist, he is a blockchain and cryptography expert who is a Founding Partner of Dekrypt Capital, Advisor of Blockchain at Berkeley, and Software Engineer at Google. He advises the project in a technical capacity and has received a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences from UC Berkeley.

There are already quite a few blockchain lending projects, so competition is stiff. Libra Credit’s development progress is rather early compared to its competitors. The crypto-to-crypto lending part seems to be well thought out. However, not so much with the crypto-to-fiat part. According to the roadmap, crypto-to-fiat lending is scheduled to launch in 2018 Q3. With details lacking in the weekly blog update about crypto-to-fiat lending, it is difficult to gauge whether the proposed timeline is reasonable.

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