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Lydium’s Agricultural Cooperative Agreements By Access to DeFi Opportunities

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Lydium continues to expand its financial network through a growing list of new agricultural cooperative contacts and agreements every day.

Lydium, whose ICO sales note substantial global demand, aims to be a unique ecosystem that will bring the entire agricultural sector into the digital agricultural economy fold. 

Agriculture is a crucial cog in the machine of global day-to-day operations. It has a significant impact on experts, provides raw materials, and extends capital to other sectors.

Moreover, agricultural workers represent roughly 40% of the world’s employment, yet they rarely benefit from traditional banking systems.

That will all come to change with the help of Lydium, a digital financial and banking ecosystem on the blockchain. 

An immediate benefit of Lydium is how all transactions on its financial network are cost-free and fast. In Agriculture, there is no time to waste waiting for payments to occur or settle.

Therefore, liquidity is essential, and Lydium’s approach to scalability and efficiency ensures transactions are as smooth as possible.

Moreover, the network is accessible by everyone in the agricultural sector, facilitating cooperative agreements globally.

Users can manage their assets and transactions via the Lydium wallet, providing access to more advanced banking services, including loans and fundraising opportunities.

In addition, the wallet is a mobile application, removing the need for buying extra hardware.

Instead, agricultural workers worldwide can use their daily mobile devices to become part of this global financial network. 

Lydium is a crucial project in the agricultural economy, as it is the first venture to extend decentralized finance (DeFi) services to agricultural workers.

That access revolves around LYD Coin, the native cryptocurrency of the Lydium ecosystem. You can acquire LYD Coin during the ongoing ICO, organized across various cryptocurrency exchanges.

Investors who are interested in the Lydium Project, which offers high return opportunities by multiplying its value in every phase, can participate in the Lydium ICO by transferring Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH), Litecoin (LTC), TRON (TRX), Dash (DASH), and Cardano (ADA) via lydium.org by sending funds from an exchange – Binance, Huobi, Coinbase and others – where they have the necessary funds.

The LYD Coin ICO is in the second phase, where 500 million LYD are available for sale at $0.012 per coin. A bonus of 15% is in effect. Within three weeks, the team completed the first ICO stage of 500 million

LYD, where coins were priced at $0.006. A third and fourth round will later introduce even more people to LYD Coin. However, the price to purchase LYD will double every time.  

As global demand for access to LYD Coin continues to accelerate, the remaining ICO phases are likely to sell out rather quickly.

If you want to be part of the digital agricultural economy, now is a good time to invest in the ICO!

Disclaimer : The opinion expressed here is not investment advice – it is provided for informational purposes only. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Coinpedia. Every investment and trading involves risk, so you should always perform your own research prior to making decisions. We do not recommend investing money you cannot afford to lose.

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