Founded in 2017, the Loopring protocol was created to disrupt the centralized exchange industry. Loopring enables decentralized exchanges to be built on top of the protocol. Loopring will pool all orders sent to its network and fill these orders through the order books of multiple exchanges. Decentralized and centralized exchanges alike will be able to implement Loopring, giving the exchanges access to cross blockchain and cross exchange liquidity and giving investors access to the best prices available on the broader market. Loopring is blockchain agnostic, meaning that any platform that uses smart contracts (e.g., NEO, Ethereum, Qtum) can integrate with Loopring.