LBank Exchange, an innovative global trading platform for various crypto assets has announced that it will be listing Ethereum-based Lilly Finance (LY) on April 2, 2022.
The listing will see LBank Exchange officially providing the LY/USDT trading pair for its users to trade. The listing reflects the exchange’s support to help the project further expand its global reach and help it achieve its vision. Per the announcement, the listing has been scheduled to commence by 21:00 (UTC+8) on April 2, 2022.
Lilly Finance is an Ethereum-based crypto project that adopts next-generation decentralized financing (DeFi) system to provide solutions to health care issues. The project was created utilizing the power of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency to improve health care and build a future of health and wealth that belongs to everyone.
Lilly Finance has been designed with a central focus on health care and humanity. The project was named after founder Brad Beatty’s now-12-year-old daughter, Lillian Bay, who was born with a rare disorder known as cystic hygroma.
Due to her health condition, Lilian saw support from the community to get the young girl the surgeries she needed to survive. This served as a source of inspiration to Beatty, which saw him dedicating his efforts to promoting funding and research in the medical industry.
However, Beatty has decided to leverage Lilly Finance to support children’s charities, assist surgeries and save lives.
Apparently, Lilly Finance is committed to supporting projects that break down the barriers to new knowledge and surmount the siloing that too often makes care inefficient, ineffective, and inhuman.
The launch will allow LBank users who are interested in investing in Lilly Finance to easily acquire its native token and also sell them if they wish.
Lilly Finance’s native token LY is based on the Ethereum network. It has a total supply of 120 quadrillion (i.e. 120,000,000,000,000,000) tokens. According to the announcement, 30% has been provided for the liquidity pool, 15% is reserved, 39% will be burned, 15% will be used for marketing and development, and the rest 1% goes into Lilly Giving.