Unfortunately, I don't have good news for you. This is an unregulated firm operating off-shore from the Seychelles. Close to 100% of all unregulated investment sites are scams, and I don't have any reason to believe this one will turn out to be much different.
In January, your country's Financial Conduct Authority posted a warning about this company letting potential investors know LBLV has no authority to trade in the UK. You can see that here: https://register.fca.org.uk/s/unauthorised-firm?id=0014G00002Wx5BzQAJ
LBLV looks like just one more fly-by-night crypto broker, ready to run off with your money. Because they are unregulated, sites like this make their own rules and do as they please. There is nobody to stop them as they are trading illegally in the first place and are outside of the reach of the law.
All of these bogus brokerages have a handful of things in common:
Typically, they are new and they hang around only until the scam alerts about them build up. Then they disappear into cyberspace with their investors' money. They generally require a small opening investment and when it does well, they may even let you test the waters and withdraw something. But then they turn your account over to an agent who induces you to make much heavier investments. Once you do, that's the last you'll see of that money. They find one way after another, after another, after another to keep you from getting your money out.
So far, all appears to be going well for you. But being able to withdraw £200 isn't the same as being able to withdraw £50,000. I'd suggest more than one test before you think about increasing your investment.
Try to pull a larger amount of your money out if you can. DON'T put any more money in unless/until you are very sure that you can do so whenever you want. As you can see from your FCA's warning, should this investment go awry, you cannot hope for any support from the FCA. You'll be on your own.