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Loopring

Protocol

Loopring provides traders, participants, and institutions with a decentralized, automated trade execution system that intelligently implements their trades across the world’s crypto exchanges, shielding them from counterparty risk and reducing their trading costs.

ICO Details
ICO Start:
01 Aug 2017
ICO End:
16 Aug 2017
Hardcap:
120,000 ETH
Softcap:
50,000 ETH
Token Price:
0.0002 ETH
≈ 0.054516 USD
Total Supply:
1,375,076,040
Accepting:
ETH
Country:
China
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
65,608
Token Transfers:
156,267
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
LRC
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Loopring LRC Rank 65
$0.217090 (9.63%)
0.00001133 BTC (5.30%)
0.00035580 ETH (7.28%)
1 BTC ≈ 88,261 LRC
1 ETH ≈ 2,811 LRC
LRC
USD
Market Cap:
$248,652,915
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$298,393,697
Volume 24h:
$30,023,815
ROI (USD):
298% / 3.98x
ATH:
$2.59
ATH Date:
09 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-91.62% / 1,093%
Circulating Supply:
1,145,389,078 LRC
Total Supply:
1,374,513,871 LRC
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Change USD
1h -3.61%
24h 9.63%
7d 17.11%
30d 32.31%
1y 885.22%
Change BTC
1h -3.25%
24h 5.30%
7d 7.90%
30d -9.85%
1y 272.44%
Change ETH
1h -3.75%
24h 7.28%
7d -7.45%
30d -11.03%
1y 139.12%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
LRC
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.217090
Market Cap $248,652,915
Fully Diluted Market Cap $298,393,697
BTC Price 0.00001133
ETH Price 0.00035580
Loopring (LRC) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Loopring price is $0.217090, up 9.63% in the last 24 hours. Loopring market cap is $248,652,915 with a 24h volume of $30,023,815. It has a circulating supply of 1,145,389,078 LRC and a total supply of 1,374,513,871 LRC. Loopring reached it's all time high on 09 January 2018 when it was trading at $2.59.
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We designed Loopring with two major objectives in mind: Security and Performance. The protocol ensures that users can withdraw their assets under all circumstances. In the worst-case scenario, users can still withdraw their assets with Merkle proofs that can be generated from the on-chain data if OCDA is enabled. This means users don't need to trust or turn to any central party for help in any circumstance.

To significantly improve throughput and lower settlement cost, Loopring migrates most computations off-chain and uses the underlying blockchain as a data and a ZKP verification layer. User balances and order trading histories are all organized in an off-chain Quad-Merkle tree. User requests, including deposits, withdrawals, transfers, and settlements, are processed in large batches. The state root after each batch will be published on-chain together with other data necessary for re-construction and verification of state roots. The ZK proofs for new state roots are verified to finalize those state updates.

Why Loopring?

  • Secure
    Loopring is an open-sourced, audited, and non-custodial exchange protocol, which means nobody in the Loopring ecosystem needs to trust others. Cryptoassets are always under users' own control, with 100% Ethereum-level security guarantees.
  • High Throughput
    Loopring powers highly scalable decentralized exchanges by batch-processing thousands of requests off-chain, with verifiably correct execution via ZKPs. The performance of underlying blockchains is no longer the bottleneck.
  • Low Cost
    Loopring performs most operations, including order-matching and trade settlement, off the Ethereum blockchain. Such a design dramatically reduces gas consumption and thus overall settlement cost to only fractions of a cent.

Remarkable Throughput

Loopring 3.0 can settle up to 2,025 trades per second while guaranteeing the same level of security as the underlying Ethereum blockchain. This is made possible by using a construction called zkRollup, and a feature called On-Chain Data Availability, or OCDA. If OCDA is disabled, Loopring throughput becomes as high as 16,400 trades per second, but security reduces to that of the consortium which maintains said data. For context, prior versions of Loopring (and current versions of some other DEX protocols), can settle only 2 or 3 trades per second. With Loopring 3.0, non-custodial exchanges can match the performance of custodial competitors.

Low Settlement Cost

The average settlement cost for each trade is now as low as $0.005 USD, which covers the gas for Ethereum transactions and the cost of proof generation on cloud computing platforms. DEXes can further lower the settlement cost to about $0.0025 USD by using cheaper servers in the cloud and GPU-based algorithms. To put things in perspective, most brokers' stock trading fees in the US are in the range of $2 to $7 USD per trade.

Daniel Wang
Founder and CEO
Involved in 1 project
Jay Zhou
Co-founder, CMO
Involved in 1 project
Brecht Devos
Chief Architect
Involved in 1 project
Steve Guo
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Hoss Ma
Chief Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Matthew Finestone
Director of Business Development
Involved in 1 project
Freeman Zong
Protocol Developer
Involved in 1 project
Hongyu Yu
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Eric Yang
Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yadong Li
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Xiaolu Wu
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yongfeng Du
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yanyan Lai
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yue Wang
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Sheng Chen
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Ruby Qin
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Leila Lin
HR & Administration
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Johnston Chen
Involved in 1 project
Xuefeng Li
Involved in 1 project
Yuhang Guo
Involved in 1 project
Da Hongfei
Involved in 4 projects
Liang Xuefeng
Involved in 1 project
Alex Cheng
Involved in 1 project
Yin Cao
Involved in 1 project
Xiaohu Guo
Involved in 1 project
Yipeng Guo
Involved in 1 project
Huaxia Xia
Involved in 1 project
Mingchen Zhang
Involved in 1 project
Shuo Bai
Involved in 1 project
Steven Li
Involved in 1 project
Source
Rating
FindICO 404
2 / 5
2.8 / 5
2.9 / 5
3.2 / 5
TrackICO 404
2.4 / 5
Average
2.7 / 5
Ratings has been aggregated in date 14 March 2020
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Rank 65


Loopring LRC

$0.217090 (9.63%)
0.00001133 BTC (5.30%)
0.00035580 ETH (7.28%)
Market Cap:
$248,652,915
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$298,393,697
Volume 24h:
$30,023,815
ROI (USD):
298% / 3.98x
ATH:
$2.59
ATH Date:
09 January 2018
From ATH / To ATH:
-91.62% / 1,093%
Circulating Supply:
1,145,389,078 LRC
Total Supply:
1,374,513,871 LRC
1 BTC:
≈ 88,261 LRC
1 ETH:
≈ 2,811 LRC
LRC
USD
Loading data from server...
Change USD
1h -3.61%
24h 9.63%
7d 17.11%
30d 32.31%
1y 885.22%
Change BTC
1h -3.25%
24h 5.30%
7d 7.90%
30d -9.85%
1y 272.44%
Change ETH
1h -3.75%
24h 7.28%
7d -7.45%
30d -11.03%
1y 139.12%
To The Moon 🚀🌕
LRC
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.217090
Market Cap $248,652,915
Fully Diluted Market Cap $298,393,697
BTC Price 0.00001133
ETH Price 0.00035580
ICO Details
ICO Start:
01 Aug 2017
ICO End:
16 Aug 2017
Hardcap:
120,000 ETH
Softcap:
50,000 ETH
Token Price:
0.0002 ETH
≈ 0.054516 USD
Total Supply:
1,375,076,040
Accepting:
ETH
Country:
China
Token Details
Token Platform:
Ethereum
Token Holders:
65,608
Token Transfers:
156,267
Token Explorers:
Coin Details
Ticker:
LRC
Description
Category: Protocol

Loopring provides traders, participants, and institutions with a decentralized, automated trade execution system that intelligently implements their trades across the world’s crypto exchanges, shielding them from counterparty risk and reducing their trading costs.

Loopring (LRC) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Loopring price is $0.217090, up 9.63% in the last 24 hours. Loopring market cap is $248,652,915 with a 24h volume of $30,023,815. It has a circulating supply of 1,145,389,078 LRC and a total supply of 1,374,513,871 LRC. Loopring reached it's all time high on 09 January 2018 when it was trading at $2.59.
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We designed Loopring with two major objectives in mind: Security and Performance. The protocol ensures that users can withdraw their assets under all circumstances. In the worst-case scenario, users can still withdraw their assets with Merkle proofs that can be generated from the on-chain data if OCDA is enabled. This means users don't need to trust or turn to any central party for help in any circumstance.

To significantly improve throughput and lower settlement cost, Loopring migrates most computations off-chain and uses the underlying blockchain as a data and a ZKP verification layer. User balances and order trading histories are all organized in an off-chain Quad-Merkle tree. User requests, including deposits, withdrawals, transfers, and settlements, are processed in large batches. The state root after each batch will be published on-chain together with other data necessary for re-construction and verification of state roots. The ZK proofs for new state roots are verified to finalize those state updates.

Why Loopring?

  • Secure
    Loopring is an open-sourced, audited, and non-custodial exchange protocol, which means nobody in the Loopring ecosystem needs to trust others. Cryptoassets are always under users' own control, with 100% Ethereum-level security guarantees.
  • High Throughput
    Loopring powers highly scalable decentralized exchanges by batch-processing thousands of requests off-chain, with verifiably correct execution via ZKPs. The performance of underlying blockchains is no longer the bottleneck.
  • Low Cost
    Loopring performs most operations, including order-matching and trade settlement, off the Ethereum blockchain. Such a design dramatically reduces gas consumption and thus overall settlement cost to only fractions of a cent.

Remarkable Throughput

Loopring 3.0 can settle up to 2,025 trades per second while guaranteeing the same level of security as the underlying Ethereum blockchain. This is made possible by using a construction called zkRollup, and a feature called On-Chain Data Availability, or OCDA. If OCDA is disabled, Loopring throughput becomes as high as 16,400 trades per second, but security reduces to that of the consortium which maintains said data. For context, prior versions of Loopring (and current versions of some other DEX protocols), can settle only 2 or 3 trades per second. With Loopring 3.0, non-custodial exchanges can match the performance of custodial competitors.

Low Settlement Cost

The average settlement cost for each trade is now as low as $0.005 USD, which covers the gas for Ethereum transactions and the cost of proof generation on cloud computing platforms. DEXes can further lower the settlement cost to about $0.0025 USD by using cheaper servers in the cloud and GPU-based algorithms. To put things in perspective, most brokers' stock trading fees in the US are in the range of $2 to $7 USD per trade.

Daniel Wang
Founder and CEO
Involved in 1 project
Jay Zhou
Co-founder, CMO
Involved in 1 project
Brecht Devos
Chief Architect
Involved in 1 project
Steve Guo
CTO
Involved in 1 project
Hoss Ma
Chief Scientist
Involved in 1 project
Matthew Finestone
Director of Business Development
Involved in 1 project
Freeman Zong
Protocol Developer
Involved in 1 project
Hongyu Yu
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Eric Yang
Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Yadong Li
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Xiaolu Wu
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yongfeng Du
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yanyan Lai
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Yue Wang
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Sheng Chen
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Ruby Qin
Developer
Involved in 1 project
Leila Lin
HR & Administration
Involved in 1 project
Advisors
Johnston Chen
Involved in 1 project
Xuefeng Li
Involved in 1 project
Yuhang Guo
Involved in 1 project
Da Hongfei
Involved in 4 projects
Liang Xuefeng
Involved in 1 project
Alex Cheng
Involved in 1 project
Yin Cao
Involved in 1 project
Xiaohu Guo
Involved in 1 project
Yipeng Guo
Involved in 1 project
Huaxia Xia
Involved in 1 project
Mingchen Zhang
Involved in 1 project
Shuo Bai
Involved in 1 project
Steven Li
Involved in 1 project
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Source
Rating
FindICO 404
2 / 5
2.8 / 5
2.9 / 5
3.2 / 5
TrackICO 404
2.4 / 5
Average
2.7 / 5
Ratings aggregated in date 14 March 2020
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