Lydian Lion of a Croatian blockchain project that is developing a platform that combines cryptocurrency trading, tourism, and social interactions, known collectively as LiveLife. The solution will be powered by the utility token named LLion, which is now on sale through the ICO.
The concept behind Lydian Lion is quite unusual, thus interesting. Based on the Ethereum blockchain, the Lydian Lion platform will encourage people to leave the virtual reality and get engaged in real-world social activities. The social interactions with other people in public or private venues are to be rewarded with the ERC-20 tokens named LLion, which would be a universal means of payment in the corresponding ecosystem.
Through various mechanisms, the system will register and analyze the type of social activity, in which the user is currently engaged, and make a proper assessment of how many tokens should be allocated to his or her wallet after the completion of the activity.
Since modern society has become totally dependent on smartphones, for the better or for the worse, Lydian Lion will design its core product as a blockchain-based mobile application, compatible with both iOS and Android.
However, the functional capabilities of the Lydian Lion platform will not be limited to the social aspect. In addition to that, the platform will also feature a fully-fledged cryptocurrency exchange, as well as the initiative called the Just Book Worldwide, a marketplace for tourists and operators that allows finding better travel deals and purchase them, as well as a host of other related services, using the LLion token.
Leon Soljic. The founder and CEO. Judging from his professional profile, Soljic hasn’t had any substantial experience in the area of blockchain before. Prior to becoming the founding figure at Lydian Lion, he worked as a managing director at the Croatian company Orange and a destination manager at Glasnik.
Stevan Anojcic. The Project Manager. Anojcic is an experienced graphic designer who is combining the position at Lydian Lion with a freelancing career.
The token sale of LLion is now live, due to be concluded on March 1, 2020, so there is still plenty of time to think about whether Lydian Lion is worth investing in or not. The project has allocated 50% of the total supply of tokens, which amounts to 50 billion LLion, for sale through ICO.
During the established ICO timeframe, the project should put extra effort into marketing in order to be able to reach at least the softcap of $2 million, not to mention hitting the hardcap of $20 million, which could be a stretch too far for a project that doesn’t enjoy that much media coverage. In any case, Lydian Lion has already attracted 9% of the predetermined hardcap with many more months still left in the ICO. This means that the fundraising task set by the startup is more than feasible.
LLion didn’t present any minimum investment requirements, which means that devoting as little as 0.001 EUR, the ICO price of 1 LLion, should be enough to become a participant in this emerging network. Buyers should keep in mind that Lydian Lion accepts only ETH as a means for obtaining tokens. In addition, all investors must be whitelisted and complete the KYC check-up before being made eligible for buying. There are no restrictions with regards to citizenship or a place of residence of potential investors.
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Nowadays, people have dug themselves so deep into the virtual world that nothing would be able to drag them from there, not Lydian Lion, not whatever or whomever! This process is irreversible because that is a part of evolution, and modern technology is also very addictive. Kudos to Lydian Lion for making an effort to bring people back to reality, but it would take a global Internet shutdown to achieve this goal.
DBan February 13, 2020 Reply
It might be a fun idea to tokenize social activities through Lydian Lion, but I kinda doubt that this platform would gain a lot of traction. Modern people are wired to spend most of their time on smartphones or other gadgets - it is just one of the features of the new techno era. They don't really want to get back to the "old" lifestyle where they had face-to-face conversations.
Le Chuck23 December 9, 2019 Reply
Jeez, when I was reading the Lydian Lion whitepaper, I was under the impression that it had been written by my mom, who is always nagging me about how much time I am spending at the computer or "staring" at my smartphone. It's like they are saying the ever so boring, "Get a life" between the lines. Well, get this: I don't want to socialize in a traditional manner because it's too boring and archaic. No need to guess that Lydian Lion is not my cup of tea.
Dave_Bull November 6, 2019 Reply
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