Lykke is an ecosystem with a decentralized real-time matching engine, partner apps, trading bridges, and payment networks.
The company was founded in 2013 by a Swiss trading specialist Richard Olsen. In 2015, Sergey Ivliev joined the project. The main product of Lykke — a global marketplace on a blockchain with an online wallet — Lykke Wallet created for storing and exchanging digital assets and cryptocurrencies. The major features: online onboarding, digital assets trading, private and cold wallets, and blockchain payments. The service doesn't take any commissions for trading and provides a direct ownership with a client private key.
An alpha trading brings liquidity, an annual targeted return of 15%, sharp ration 2.0 with a maximum drawdown of 20%. The platform offers configurable layouts, tax calculation, and bank backend integration.
Lykke already held an ICO in September 2016 with a special limited offer on 9 Feb-28 Feb selling Lykke 1-year coins. As of now, the company already opened many subsidiaries registered in Singapore, the U.S., Cyprus, Mexico, UK, and Switzerland. Website: lkk2y.lykke.com Analog: kraken
How they differ from the competitors:
Lykke states that it will provide a tight spread due to the support of a trading algorithm — The Alpha Engine. These algorithmic models offer liquidity for trading in digital assets (Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.), including liquid cryptocurrencies, network participation tokens (IOTA, BitShares, Waves), digital currencies (CHF, USD, EUR) and assets like shares of companies, debt instruments, futures, etc.
How they want to make money:
fees, client collateral management, and internal treasury deals.Market size:
according to the Coinmarketcap
, the capitalization of the market is $465,792,961,020 as of today. What their token gives you:
right to the holder to receive the base value of LKK token. Token price:
1 LKK2Y = 0.21-0.25 CHF. What will happen to tokens:
they will issue 25 000 000 LKK2Y (Lykke 2-year Forward Token). Accepted currencies: USD, EUR, CHF, GBP, BTC, ETH.