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The Lunyr crowdsale successfully ended on April 27 (Pacific time) with 47,923 in Ether (now $3.7 Million). This makes Lunyr one of the largest crowdsales to date on the Ethereum platform. Lunyr is the first decentralized crowdsourced encyclopedia that rewards users for contributing and peer reviewing information. Lunyr tokens (LUN) drive economic incentives. Lunyr aims to be the starting point of the internet for finding high quality information.
Arnold Pham, Cofounder and CEO of Lunyr, stated:
“We’re very thankful of the community for supporting our vision. Lunyr will have a profound effect on our ability to obtain accurate, reliable information. There is a lot of work ahead of us, but we are making tremendous progress towards realizing our vision. The invitation-only alpha will be released soon.”
The launch of the invitation-only alpha is the next stage in Lunyr’s roadmap followed by the public Alpha.
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