Analysts covering Salt Lending (SALT) look at the -4.72% decline on May 3-4

May 4, 2018 - By Linda Rogers

Salt Lending (SALT) had a bad 24 hours as the crypto declined $-0.208165463999999 or -4.72% trading at $4.200894711. According to Global Cryptocoin Experts, Salt Lending (SALT) eyes $4.6209841821 target on the road to $9.2010075146944. SALT last traded at HuobiPro exchange. It had high of $4.573857834 and low of $4.135361139 for May 3-4. The open was $4.409060175.

Salt Lending (SALT) is up 112.17% in the last 30 days from $1.98 per coin. Its down -47.88% in the last 100 days since when traded at $8.06 and the annual trend is up. 200 days ago SALT traded at $3.41. SALT has 120.00 million coins mined giving it $504.11M market cap. Salt Lending maximum coins available are 120.00M. SALT uses algorithm and proof type. It was started on 28/07/2017.

SALT is a membership based lending and borrowing network that allows users to leverage their blockchain assets to secure cash loans. The SALT Secured Automated Lending Technology is a protocol and asset agnostic architecture designed to adapt to the constantly growing class of blockchain assets.

The SALT Platform is automated and cryptographically secure. SALT is a lending platform specifically designed for blockchain assets; operating as a second layer protocol which sits atop any public or permissioned blockchain, allowing the underlying asset to be used as collateral for access to credit.

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