Why has SALT jumped 50 per cent?

SALT token price

The SALT token price has jumped around 50 per cent in 24 hours to be trading at around AU$1.

It follows an announcement from the blockchain lending platform that clients can now use Litecoin as collateral for their loans.

Recently, SALT Lending also announced a significant international expansion.

It is opening operations in 15 additional U.S. jurisdictions, while also heading into Brazil, Hong Kong, Switzerland, Bermuda, Vietnam, Puerto Rico and the United Arab Emirates.

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A map showing SALT’s ‘lendable’ areas

So, what about Australia?

Well, Micky has been shown a message purportedly sent from SALT to a potential client, suggesting compliance down under isn’t too far away.

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A message purportedly sent from SALT to a prospective client in Australia

SALT reached an all time high above AU$20 during the cryptocurrency bull run earlier this year, before plummeting 99%.

Australia’s Prime Minister recently revealed he ‘believes in blockchain.’ You can read about it here.

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