CRYP 10 INDEX
PRICE AV (USD)
1 YEAR CHANGE
52 WEEK RANGE
436.53 - 590.50
How to understand on Etherscan
Etherscan is commonly used as the platform of choice when assessing ERC-20 Tokens on the Ethereum Blockchain. However, apart from the graph and ledgers, all coin prices are taken from API's on Coin Market Cap (CMC) which in-turn rely on two of their listed de-centralised exchanges to take an average.
With LGC-Coin moving away from these heavily manipulated platforms and using an algorithm based on factual data from the blockchain ledgers, only true transactional data can be viewed at this moment in time on an independent platform, ignoring Etherscan CMC API's determining price and market cap data.
By clicking on the LGC-Coin 24hr Volume, you are able to view all daily ledger details.
INTRODUCING THE "EXIT COIN" FOR THE LUXURY SECTOR
May 3, 2019 11:00 am by Jemima Kelly, Financial Times
Apart from Jemima's kind words "To be fair though, LGC-Coin is trying to break new ground". Founder Luke Wilson would like to draw peoples attention to her statements made towards the 'year old' White Paper and references to LGC's charity work which is indeed factual...
TRUTH BEHIND (DEXes) EXCHANGES
May 1, 2019 2:26 pm by Gillian Tett
"Research shows 87 per cent of exchanges trading volume was potentially suspicious, and that 75 per cent of exchanges had some form of suspicious activity occurring on them".
May 3, 2019 3:30 pm by Wilson family to Mr. McLannanhan
Further to today’s published article by Jemima Kelly, we wish you had contacted us to verify certain aspects before publishing such a negatively angled article. Comments creating doubts about our charity work in Africa was particularly upsetting considering the sensitivity surrounding this project.
The article focused on the White Paper rather than our press release on the purchase of a house using the LGC-Coin.
Note: LGCT would like to mention the Water Well VT was to be kept private and for family & friends, but given the nature of Jemima's comments and the acknowledgement by the Financial Times, Luke Wilson requested we share this.
July 18, 2018 Mbour, Senegal
in loving memory of Dylan-James Williamson