LEO

Leo Token

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4 user opinions

AP
Co-founder and CIO of BlockTower Capital Source
I think of LEO as kind of an option "strangle." As a holder, the steady state expectation is ongoing price rise from supply reduction. Owners are short a downside put of regulatory risk or bankruptcy and own an upside call of the ~$800m seized funds being returned.
AB
Founder and CEO of Blockstream Source
LEO is a USD denominated corporate bond, with frequent lump sum buy backs. When it's repaid it will hit parity. Expecting LEO to moon is like the joke about expecting USDT to moon. The price relates to interest rate vs market and risk perception (plus interim exchange discounts)
NC
Partner at Castle Island Ventures and Co-creator of Coinmetrics Source
LEO is like a not terrible version of BNB but they're both very distant from resembling equity, or really any credible claim on cash flow
SZ
Founder and CEO of Three Arrows Capital Source
Exchange tokens BNB LEO have a historical precedent in the form of Membership Seats of futures exchanges. These seats give the holder the right to trade on the exchange at discounted fees. Nymex (where oil is traded) seats went from $10k to $10mill (1000x) from 1971 to 2008.

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SZ

SZ Su Zhu Founder and CEO of Three Arrows Capital
Exchange tokens BNB LEO have a historical precedent in the form of Membership Seats of futures exchanges. These seats give the holder the right to trade on the exchange at discounted fees. Nymex (where oil is traded) seats went from $10k to $10mill (1000x) from 1971 to 2008.
NC

NC Nic Carter Partner at Castle Island Ventures and Co-creator of Coinmetrics
LEO is like a not terrible version of BNB but they're both very distant from resembling equity, or really any credible claim on cash flow
AB

AB Adam Back Founder and CEO of Blockstream
LEO is a USD denominated corporate bond, with frequent lump sum buy backs. When it's repaid it will hit parity. Expecting LEO to moon is like the joke about expecting USDT to moon. The price relates to interest rate vs market and risk perception (plus interim exchange discounts)
AP

AP Ari Paul Co-founder and CIO of BlockTower Capital
I think of LEO as kind of an option "strangle." As a holder, the steady state expectation is ongoing price rise from supply reduction. Owners are short a downside put of regulatory risk or bankruptcy and own an upside call of the ~$800m seized funds being returned.