ETHLend is a fully decentralized financial marketplace built on top of the Ethereum Network allowing lenders and borrowers from all over the world to create peer to peer lending agreements in a secure and transparent way using Blockchain and Smart Contracts. introduces decentralized lending on Ethereum network by using ERC-20 compatible tokens or Ethereum Name Service (ENS) domains as a collateral. ETHLend solves the problem on reducing the loss of loan capital on default. On healthy loan relationships the loan is paid back. However, the pseudo-anonymous nature of Ethereum blockchain network opens the possibility to avoid repayment of the loan since the lender might not have all the necessary details of the borrower to enforce the debt in the borrower's jurisdiction. Moreover, enforcement in a decentralized environment, where the parties can be from any part of the world, might not be efficient. ETHLend provides decentralized solutions to avoid loss of capital and to make one true global lending market available.
Rank 252
Price $0.0072
Market Capitalization $7 879 013
24 Hours Volume $163 590
Available Supply 1 100 180 877 LEND
Total Supply 1 299 999 942 LEND
Change (1 Hour) 1.37%
Change (24 Hours) 5.46%
Change (7 Days) -23.93%
ETHLend News
April 19th, 2018

A number of most innovative startups, with Estonia-based among the first, to revolutionize lending industry by introducing kind of disrupting fintech solution.

August 9th, 2017

ETHLend, a decentralized p2p lending application, announces pre-ICO to develop a lending market open for people globally using blockchain technology.

ETHLend Announces LEND Token Pre-Sale ICO
August 9th, 2017

ETHLend Announces LEND Token Pre-Sale ICO.

July 20th, 2017

ETHLend, a blockchain startup that introduced decentralized lending few months ago is about to deliver lending without the need to use a collateral.

June 2nd, 2017

Now, people can securely lend Ethereum, which is expected to boom cryptocurrency lending in the next few years.

EthLend Introduces Secured Loans on Ethereum Blockchain
June 1st, 2017

Users can borrow Ether, a Digital Token used to run the Ethereum Blockchain Network, by using other Digital Tokens issued on the Ethereum Blockchain network. The use of Digital Tokens ensures the repayment of the loan. From now on, lenders can lend Ether without the risk of loss of capital.