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Community votes for LBank to list HMT

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HUMAN Protocol
Dec 16, 2022

Community votes for LBank to list HMT

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Recently, LBank, a centralized cryptocurrency exchange, agreed to list HMT. We wanted to leave the final decision on whether this happens, or not, to the community. The HUMAN Protocol Foundation held the vote in Discord, where the community voted in favor of the listing.

About LBank

LBank is a top 20 cryptocurrency exchange, based in Hong Kong and used across Asia. Established in 2015, LBank has over 7M users. 

Most notable for the HUMAN Community is how this will affect the usage of HMT. The listing will offer users an easy way to switch their HMT from one chain to another, as LBank enables liquidity across chains such as Polygon, BSC and Moonbeam.

About the vote

Since our inception, we have been committed to the progressive decentralization of the network. Community contribution is at the heart of our decision to open-source all our software, as well being the inspiration behind the Routing Protocol, which is now in process after a successful vote proposed by Wormhole.

We will keep bringing the HUMAN Community more votes. Decentralization of decision making means that they can help to determine the direction of the project! Until the Routing Protocol creates the process of governance, Discord votes are our preferred choice for getting those community members who are most involved in the project to participate.

For the latest updates on HUMAN Protocol, follow us on Twitter or join our Discord. Alternatively, to enquire about integrations, usage, or to learn more about HUMAN Protocol, get in contact with the HUMAN team.

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