Lisk (LSK) registered -2.01% decline in 24 hours

Lisk (LSK) had a bad 24 hours as the crypto declined $-0.040077648 or -2.01% trading at $1.957717008. According to Global Cryptocoin Experts, Lisk (LSK) eyes $2.1534887088 target on the road to $4.58390261841341. LSK last traded at OKEX exchange. It had high of $2.02417488 and low of $1.93032216 for April 13-14. The open was $1.997794656. About 6,090 LSK worth $12,098 traded hands.

Lisk (LSK) is up 27.12% in the last 30 days from $1.54 per coin. Its up 45.02% in the last 100 days since when traded at $1.35 and the annual trend is down. 200 days ago LSK traded at $3.14. LSK has 116.13M coins mined giving it $227.35 million market cap. Lisk maximum coins available are 159.92M. LSK uses DPoS algorithm and DPoS proof type. It was started on 24/05/2016.

Lisk is a crypto-currency and decentralized application platform. As a crypto-currency, much like Bitcoin and other alternatives, it provides a decentralized payment system and digital money network. The network itself, operates using a highly efficient Delegated-Proof-of-Stake (DPoS) consensus model, that is secured by 101 democratically elected delegates. The Lisk decentralized application platform, it’s most powerful component, allows the deployment, distribution and monetisation of decentralized applications and custom blockchains (sidechains) onto the Lisk blockchain. The inflation rate is 5 LISK per block, which gets lowered by 1 every year until it reaches a stable block reward of 1 LISK per block. 

Lisk partnered with Microsoft to integrate Lisk into its Azure Blockchain as a Service (BaaS) program — meaning developers worldwide can develop, test, and deploy Lisk blockchain applications using Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform and infrastructure.