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  • Using Crypto as collateral

    I have a client needing 10 million dollars, using 15 million of crypto currency as collateral.

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    The client has a productive movie producing studio in Los Angeles, currently has purchased property in Georgia, and is currently seeking to expand the the, utilizing the crypto currency as collateral.


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      What are the unique features and benefits of sports betting platforms based on Web3 technology using smart contracts on the blockchain? How do such platforms provide transparency, security and process automation? And how do players gain control over their funds and access to a variety of sports events and betting types on decentralized platforms?
      Last edited by jahleel; 07-21-2023, 04:51 AM.


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        Using cryptocurrency as collateral for a substantial loan is becoming more common, but it's crucial to tread carefully. When it comes to securing loans against crypto assets, I've come across the concept of tokenization and blockchain-based collateral systems like Factom.

        Factom, although it faced some challenges in its development, had an interesting approach to securing data on the blockchain with factom . While it's not directly related to crypto collateral loans, the broader blockchain space is continually evolving, and innovative solutions are emerging.

        When considering a large loan backed by crypto, it's vital to consult with financial experts who specialize in crypto lending. They can guide you through the process and help you understand the risks involved, ensuring the best outcome for your client.