Libra Credit CEO, Lu Hua, to Attend Inaugural Blockchain Forum in South Korea

Libra Credit CEO Lu Hua will join other innovative blockchain companies in industry meet-ups in Seoul, South Korea.

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, APRIIL 3rd , 2018—Cryptocurrency executives
and blockchain thought leaders will converge for the 1st Annual Deconomy Forum in
Seoul, South Korea.

Hua will connect with other cryptocurrency executives and professionals to share innovations
and discuss current trends. He will also share Libra Credit’s strategies to build a secure,
convenient and globally inclusive financial services ecosystem. The forum consists of a two-
day program, with keynote presentations and panel discussions about major topics
surrounding the industry.

Participants will be briefed on Libra Credit’s recent achievements, business model, and
strategic partnerships, such as the recently announced cooperation with MakerDAO. Hua is
also scheduled to attend Blockchain Asia’s 1st Meetup in Seoul, Korea.

“LIBRA CREDIT is marching towards a new market and a more globalized
footprint. This event marks the first step.” – CEO, Lu Hua

About Libra Credit

LIBRA CREDIT is a decentralized global lending network that facilitates open access to
credit anywhere and anytime. Founded by former PayPal technical and financial experts,
Libra Credit is a leader in the lending industry, specializing in blockchain technology. Using
a suite of decentralized lending smart contracts, Libra Credit allows its borrowers to choose
from two forms of lending denominations: stable cryptocurrency or fiat money.
Libra’s rich industry experience and sharp market acumen has won the favor of the capital
market, recently securing an investment of US $2 million in a fundraising effort led by FBG
capital. Libra has also recently announced several partnerships, including MakerDAO, Radar
Relay, and Civic. Other recently established strategic partnerships included Dekrypt Capital
from UC Verkeley, GBIC from New York, and Argus.

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