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  • Market Cap
    $11,547,433
  • 24h Vol (Global)
    ฿49 ($455,338)
  • Circulating Supply
    435,471,795
  • Issue Date
    2016-06-21
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Max SupplyCirculating SupplyIssue DateIssue PriceConsensus ProtocolExplorer
1,083,202,000435,471,7952016-06-21-POW - LBRY Algo1
explorer.lbry.io
Total SupplyCryptographic AlgorithmSource CodeWhite PaperWebsiteType
598,206,173SHA512https://github.com/lbryiohttps://lbry.io/COIN

LBRY is a free, open, and community-run digital marketplace. You own your data. You control the network. Indeed, you are the network. Hollywood films, college lessons, amazing streamers and more are on the first media network ruled by you. The LBRY protocol is many components working together to provide a decentralized, peer-to-peer content sharing platform, resistant to non-arbitrary censorship, that allows content creators to monetize their creations and connect directly with their fans and viewers. Intro: https://LBRY.com/faq/what-is-lbry Learn more about the tech: https://LBRY.tech Download the app: https://LBRY.com/get MISSION STATEMENT To create a market for accessing and publishing information (1) that is global (2), decentralized (3), robust (4), optimal (5) and complete (6) That’s a fancy sentence, so here’s a plainer one: we just thought it’d be really damn cool if a system made is easy to discover and distribute as much of the world’s information as possible, but was owned and controlled by no one. (1) In the information theoretic sense, i.e. any data. LBRY facilitates distribution of all data, whether it be a video or a spreadsheet. (2) Accessible anywhere in the world on any internet-connected device. (3) Not controlled by any one person, party or authority. (4) Resistant to censorship or attempts to control; impervious to attacks or disruptions. (5) In the Pareto sense, with regards to the production and distribution of information (i.e. digital information is both created and distributed in a way that could not be any more efficient from the perspectives of information producers and consumers). (6) The most complete collection of the world’s books, films, art, games, etc. should be available via LBRY.

Teams
    Jeremy Kauffman

    Jeremy Kauffman

    Founder, Chief Executive Officer

    Jeremy knows how to build and scale a startup starting from day one. He knows how to deliver usable products and get those products in front of the right people. Jeremy created LBRY because he fell in love with the idea of shared, global content registry that is owned and controlled by no one. Unsurprisingly, he is a longtime supporter of decentralized technology and freedom of information.

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    Alex Grintsvayg

    Alex Grintsvayg

    Founder, Chief Technical Officer

    Alex, AKA Grin, drives technology development at LBRY and manages infrastructure growth. Grin has previously designed and managed scalable infrastructure solutions for SaaS firms. Bringing LBRY to mainstream scale is his primary goal. Alex holds degrees in Computer Science and Psychology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

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    Jack Robison

    Jack Robison

    Founder, Protocol Developer

    Jack was one of the first people to discover LBRY and took to it so fast he may understand more about it than anyone. Jack has Asperger's Syndrome and is actively involved in the autism community. He was a regular on Wrong Planet's Autism Talk TV, has appeared on National Public Radio, the New York Times, and presents around the country.

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    Lex Berezhny

    Lex Berezhny

    Protocol Developer

    Lex learned to write Python in High School, not far from where the language was first created, and even participated in some of the first Python user groups hosted by Guido, himself. In 2000, still a very young man, Lex gave his first public talk, titled “Yorktown High School Becomes a Python Workshop” at the International Python Conference. Needless to say, Lex and Python go way back. Lex spends his time on the full stack of LBRY backends, such as the wallet, protocol, and blockchain, and is currently wading deep into the improvement of test coverage and performance of various LBRY components. If you want to trade notes on Dart, and dish on a possible ideal use case for Dart at LBRY, Lex wants to hear from you!

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    Akinwale Ariwodola

    Akinwale Ariwodola

    Mobile Developer

    It was Akinwale’s search for lucrative crypto mining that brought him to LBRY. As he learned more about the project, his interest quickly turned to helping the team build what he sees as the content sharing platform of the future. Akinwale has worked on everything from rewriting a new block explorer from the ground up, improvements to the app’s interface, as well as leading the effort to successfully get the daemon running on Android. When he’s not working on LBRY, he actively participates in competitive programming contests on Topcoder, and is a two-time champion of the annual Topcoder Open event.

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    Sean Yesmunt

    Sean Yesmunt

    App Developer

    Sean is a recent addition to the LBRY team who has hit the ground running with serious contributions to the project as an app engineer focused on user experience (he spends his time making the LBRY app easier to use). Sean was part way through an Aerospace Engineering degree at Penn State, when he decided he didn’t want to end up working on rockets for the government. So, he did what many LBRYians have done, and dropped out to focus on coding. His excitement for crypto and open-source projects focused on decentralization, led him to discover LBRY, which he began working on the very same day. His passion for developing intuitive user experiences have been a welcome addition to the team.

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    Niko Storni

    Niko Storni

    DevOps Engineer/Developer

    Niko isn't scared of putting his hands in the code to write solutions to make user’s lives easier. After graduating as an IT Engineer in Switzerland, Niko joined the LBRY community as a miner and volunteer contributor for almost 2 years before quitting his job to pursue his real passion: LBRY. Running a gaming community for almost 10 years, Niko has developed a lot of experience with managing and serving professional solutions on Linux servers. Together with his professional background, he is in charge of providing LBRY with the right server infrastructure, vital for everyone to enjoy a smooth and safe experience. When he's not sitting behind a monitor, Niko enjoys riding his motorcycle, hiking the Alps, reading, swimming, and much more!

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    Amit Tulshyan

    Amit Tulshyan

    Protocol Developer Intern

    Amit arrived at LBRY through mining. Diving into the world of cryptocurrency, he discovered LBRY Credits amongst the most profitable to mine. A few Slack messages later, he was making pull requests to the backend python code on GitHub. When he’s not contributing his talents to LBRY, he loves practicing synth, guitar, and deeply contemplating quantum computing. Amit is a third year IT undergraduate at National Institute of Technology - Durgapur in Durgapur, West Bengal, India.

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    Mark Beamer

    Mark Beamer

    Elastic Search and Database Developer

    Mark Beamer is an inveterate entrepreneur. Ever since he founded his first company (Beamer Lawn Service) at 16, he's pursued new and interesting business ideas. While running his first computer business, Mark discovered the joys of coding - especially the joys of using coding to eliminate annoying tasks with automation. His continued passion for software led him to close the business after 4 years and pursue a BS in computational science and mathematics. Mark has been developing software ever since. He found LBRY summer of 2017 on a leisurely weekend, saw the coding maxims and was sucked in instantly. LBRY has been his focus since.

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    Josh Finer

    Josh Finer

    Founder, Director of Operations and Analytics

    Josh is the swiss army knife of the squad. He has founded and sold financial companies, run millions of dollars in Adwords campaigns, and been an early actor in several crypto projects. To LBRY, he has been the go-to glue guy and ultimate problem solver. If you’re a crypto-nerd or have ideas on making LBRY more accessible to the masses, Finer is your man.

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    Tom Zarebczan

    Tom Zarebczan

    Community Support and Engagement

    Tom holds a Bachelors in Computer Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, a Masters in Systems Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology, and served his country proudly as a Civilian in the US Army for 7 years. When he’s not monitoring LBRY Twitter, Reddit, Slack, and/or Discord looking for users in distress, Tom can be found doing geek-y stuff, or snowboarding in really cool places around the world.

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    Brinck Slattery

    Brinck Slattery

    Director of Communications

    Brinck’s range of experience includes national political campaigns, crisis PR, SEO writing and optimization, digital marketing, RV sales, construction labor, and a variety of other strange and interesting pursuits (feel free to ask). An inveterate music and media lover, Brinck remembers the pain of Kazaa and Limewire, and is seriously psyched about living in the future where it’s easy to compensate artists directly for their work.

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    Rob Smith

    Rob Smith

    VP of Growth

    Rob focuses on ensuring users get a top notch experience with LBRY, from the earliest brand engagement to running the app and follow up communications. He believes in wielding design, technology, and art to deliver joyful experiences that connect people with the things they care most about. Rob's background is in game design, game publishing, software business development, and project management. Rob has a Bachelors of Science from The Art Institute of California - San Francisco, and a Master of Business Administration from California State University, Stanislaus.

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VC

    Pillar VC

    Pillar is a perfect fit for LBRY, with the mission of “treating founders the way we would want to be treated.” This is precisely what LBRY is trying to achieve for digital content creators – a distribution system that connects them directly to their fans with no intermediary taking a cut of their profits. We want to give creators the power to say, “No, thank you!” to YouTube and other big media companies that exercise control over their users’ original content. LBRY is humbled at this endorsement. Beyond helping us grow our dev team and deliver better software faster, we hope this news also serves to show that we take our primary goal seriously: every film, song, book, and app ever made – available anywhere. Pillar VC is operated by determined visionaries who conducted careful due diligence in funding LBRY. With their help, we will provide the content distribution protocol of the future.

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Introduction

LBRY is a free, open, and community-run digital marketplace. You own your data. You control the network. Indeed, you are the network. Hollywood films, college lessons, amazing streamers and more are on the first media network ruled by you. The LBRY protocol is many components working together to provide a decentralized, peer-to-peer content sharing platform, resistant to non-arbitrary censorship, that allows content creators to monetize their creations and connect directly with their fans and viewers. Intro: https://LBRY.com/faq/what-is-lbry Learn more about the tech: https://LBRY.tech Download the app: https://LBRY.com/get MISSION STATEMENT To create a market for accessing and publishing information (1) that is global (2), decentralized (3), robust (4), optimal (5) and complete (6) That’s a fancy sentence, so here’s a plainer one: we just thought it’d be really damn cool if a system made is easy to discover and distribute as much of the world’s information as possible, but was owned and controlled by no one. (1) In the information theoretic sense, i.e. any data. LBRY facilitates distribution of all data, whether it be a video or a spreadsheet. (2) Accessible anywhere in the world on any internet-connected device. (3) Not controlled by any one person, party or authority. (4) Resistant to censorship or attempts to control; impervious to attacks or disruptions. (5) In the Pareto sense, with regards to the production and distribution of information (i.e. digital information is both created and distributed in a way that could not be any more efficient from the perspectives of information producers and consumers). (6) The most complete collection of the world’s books, films, art, games, etc. should be available via LBRY.

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