Why the Bitfinex token might be worth considering-altcoin speculators


Everyone should have noticed by now: Bitfinex is launching its own token under the ticker symbol “Leo”. After the Bitfinex hack, there are already debt tokens (which can also be exchanged for shares of iFinex), which have also been repurchased in full. This time the token will be an exchange utility token and a model BNB.

First of all, from my perspective, it makes sense to understand the path Bitfinex took to make this decision. The incident is a bit complicated, and I don’t want to reproduce it here. Instead, the following are court documents (unfortunately, in English), which are best used to give yourself an idea. There are many reports on the Internet, but none of them provide as good information as the original documents, even if you have limited knowledge of English and only browse the documents (especially the existing chat between Bitfinex and Crypto-Capital is interesting).

Explain the terms in advance: OAG = Office of the Attorney General

  1. The first file to start the program: https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/fbem/DocumentDisplayServlet?documentId=vIexA1b0spKOnK_PLUS_ZUGTJ3A==&system=prod
  2. Bitfinex’s lawyer’s answer, which mentioned false statements about OAG from the perspective of Bitfinex: https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/fbem/DocumentDisplayServlet?documentId=lyTOWUVaDHJdfUfkNZePWg==&system=prod
  3. OAG’s response to Bitfinex: https://iapps.courts.state.ny.us/nyscef/ViewDocument?docIndex=8W00ssb7x5ZOaj8HKFdbfQ==

As can be seen from the documents, Bitfinex can no longer obtain approximately US$850 million in funds from Crypto-Capital Bank. Therefore, in order to ensure sufficient liquidity, Tether’s reserves paid to Bitfinex (this is a very short and actually insufficient summary of what happened, please read the file above). The litigation proceeded immediately.

In my opinion, the business models of Bitfinex and Tether must be severely restricted. In my opinion, this may cause the market to collapse. Since the third document describes that OAG only has problems with Tether’s provision of liquidity and the communication between Bitfinex and Tether, this situation seems to have been avoided. Both can conduct business as usual, but should no longer make payments to Bitfinex from the Tether reserve.Therefore, Bitfinex decided to use liquidity Leo token sale Among them, $1 billion was raised. Bigbit has calculated the difference between BNB and Leo:

Those ones: https://bigbit.club/it/research/62-bnbleo-comparison.html

I find it particularly interesting and pleasant that, like debt tokens, the entire supply will be burned to Leo. This will be done monthly at 27% of total revenue. If Bitfinex gets back the “lost” money, it plans to buy back a large part of Leo.As always, more information can be found at Official white paper.

Leo tokens are only offered in a private sale (a public sale is only planned if there is no investment of $1 billion), and it seems that Bitfinex will Achieved the financing goal in just 10 days.

Since Bitfinex’s trading volume seems to remain stable and may remain in this state in the future (I also assume that court litigation will no longer have a significant impact), from my point of view, this is an extremely attractive investment opportunity. According to my current understanding, Bitfinex repurchases tokens at market prices-so token prices should continue to rise over time. I suspect that Leo tokens will be traded on Bitfinex in the near future, and believe that there will still be a time window shortly after the trade starts.

–Lucas Federer

Please note that I am not a lawyer, so my assessment of the program, Bitfinex and Tether may be wrong.

Disclaimer-Note on conflicts of interest: the author or part of the creative team invests in the above cryptocurrencies or companies themselves or will invest in them (this will appear under each article by default because it may appear in the investment project at some point In time).



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