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LBank Labs is the venture capitalist and blockchain accelerator arm of global crypto exchange LBank.

Spearheaded by investor Czhang Lin, LBank Labs is entering the market with a 100 million USDT fund to propel the Web3 industry. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about their investment strategy and the blockchain market:

Czhang Lin is a Taiwanese Canadian entrepreneur, investor, and crypto pioneer. In the last five years, Lin’s knowledge of digital investment strategies has contributed to over a hundred successful crypto and blockchain projects.

To learn more visit LBankLabs.com.


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