CoinDesk has released its first look at the lbaCoin (LCB) coin, a new lba-based altcoin.
CoinDesk was the first major cryptocurrency news website to report on the new coin earlier this month, following a CoinDesk article highlighting its innovative coin design.
While CoinDesk does not believe that lba will be a major currency, the company does see the lbacoin as a potential solution to lba’s growing pains.
CoinMarketCap estimates that the lbcoin could be worth $50 billion by the end of the year.
LbaCoins are similar to other cryptocurrencies, such as ltc, that use a similar algorithm to lbtc.
However, the lbtcs algorithm is much more flexible and allows it to work with other currencies, which makes it less prone to double-spending.
Lbc is designed to be an alternative currency to bitcoin, litecoin and other altcoins.
In addition to offering new, less volatile and more reliable crypto currencies, lba is also designed to allow the currency to be more easily traded on exchanges.
Lbtc is the only altcoin that uses a different algorithm to other altcoin coins, meaning it has a much higher risk of being stolen or compromised.
But lbacoins developers say it is far less prone than other cryptocurrencies to being hacked or even hacked and has a more robust infrastructure.
CoinDegrees of Cryptocurrency, a project of CoinDesk that aims to help cryptocurrency students gain an appreciation for cryptocurrencies, also predicts that lbtcoins could be a valuable altcoin in the near future.
The first lba coins to launch were released by CoinLab earlier this year.
The lbccoin project is currently in the early stages of testing, but CoinLab is confident that it will be ready for mass use by the time it launches in 2018.