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November 18, 2018, 10:38:58 AM
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Website | Whitepaper | Ledgerium Team | Airdrop | Telegram | Twitter | Facebook

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Ledgerium - Advanced Accounting Ledger on Blockchain is now listed on ACX.
More exchanges to come!


Welcome to our project, Ledgerium is developed as a decentralized accounting ledger system that rationalizes debtors and creditors via
Smart Contracts, provides reliable Identity and Authorization Control, Real-time Auditing, and Business Internal Control.

The completely mobile and easy-to-use interfaces and platform feature strong security and identification verification, including biometrics.
Transactions and smart contracts can be quickly created, in an environment which supports all currency and asset types and classes.

For more information about Ledgerium, please head to our website or social media.
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ACX Australia
Website|https://acx.io/
Fees|0.2%
Deposit|No Fee on AUD and crypto

Available Markets
LGUM/AUD
LGUM/BTC


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November 18, 2018, 03:08:34 PM
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Here is an article I published on current LGUM in circulation and LGUM required to get a delegate node. Total circulating supply until main net launch is around 137 million with 56 million needed to be locked before launch to secure a delegate node.

https://medium.com/@faisalm/lgum-delegate-node-applications-df7b489f7d54
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