When & where was Liti Capital founded?
Liti Capital was founded in Geneva, Switzerland in June of 2020.
Who founded Liti Capital?
Liti Capital was founded by Jonas Rey, Andy Christen, and Jaime Delgado.
Who’s on the Liti Capital team?
Liti Capital’s management team has a collective experience of more than 100 years, covering all domains of expertise required to continue making the company a great success.
We have a wider in-house team of marketeers, technologists, financial/investment, litigation funding, and legal experts.
Meet our management team here.
What is the Liti Capital app?
The Liti Capital App is our own platform on which to purchase LITI tokens.
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Yes! Anyone, through our $LITI token, from retail to institutional investors, can engage in the
booming Litigation Funding market with a minimum investment. This, of course, is subject to being
KYC’d. Please note, in certain jurisdictions, such as the US.
What is the investment minimum through the LITI token?
The investment minimum to participate in Litigation Funding opportunities through Liti Capital is based
on the price of one share (one $LITI token).
What is Liti Capital’s vision?
We aspire to be one of the largest Litigation Funding companies on the globe that cherry picks the most winnable and recoverable cases. It’s meaningful to us to expand access to legal justice while also creating first-of-their-kind opportunities for our investors in the Litigation Funding market. We believe in private equity for all, and our approach to the industry makes it possible for anyone to participate.
How does Liti Capital differ from traditional Litigation Funding firms?
Liti Capital approaches Litigation Funding in a completely different way to traditional firms. Because we have the option of raising capital for our cases through our equity token ‘on the blockchain’, we’re able to offer industry opportunities to investors of all backgrounds, create value through the appreciation of our tokens themselves, and allow for liquidity in a historically illiquid market.
What is the best way to stay up to date with Liti Capital?
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What traditional investment methods does Liti Capital offer, as an alternative to its tokenized option?
We provide traditional investment options, including equity, debt,
ISIN, and via a soon-to-launch fund structure in Liechtenstein.
LITI is a first-of-its-kind asset-backed equity token. One LITI token is equivalent to one share in Liti Capital.
You can purchase LITI through the Liti Capital App. We will be announcing other ways to purchase LITI shortly.As part of our strategic decision to focus on our LITI token, we have the exciting opportunity to list LITI on Taurus, a Swiss-based digital asset platforms. Taurus is a trusted expert within the industry; over 50% of banks that offer digital asset services use its infrastructure, and it is a contributor to the regulatory standard CMTA DACS - Digital Asset Custody Standard.
Do I need to undergo KYC to purchase LITI?
Yes. To purchase LITI, you’ll need to provide your residential and crypto wallet address.
If you’re based in the US, you’ll also need to confirm that you are an accredited investor, that your net worth exceeds $1 million, and that your yearly income exceeds $200,000.
What blockchain is LITI built on?
Liti Capital’s LITI token is built on the Ethereum network.
How can I earn money investing in LITI?
LITI holders are granted dividends. Once legal claims have been awarded, 80% of profit distributed
will then be allocated to LITI holders. This means that every time we win a case, if you own LITI, you
will be compensated accordingly. Note that as the life cycle of a case can be lengthy, this process
Is it safe to invest in LITI ?
Liti Capital is regulated by Swiss law and additionally complies with EU and US regulations.
Because LITI is an asset-backed equity token that represents a share in Liti Capital, its success isn’t
at the mercy of the crypto market at large. Rather, its success is directly measured by the success of
the company - and therefore of the legal cases we finance. As we operate in one of private equity’s
most attractive alternative asset classes that is predicted to more than double by 2027, we are
delighted to bring more secure, stable offerings to the blockchain.
Can anyone invest through LITI?
Yes! Anyone - from retail to institutional investors - can engage in the booming Litigation Funding market with a minimum investment. This, of course, is subject to being KYC’d and in accordance with any applicable rules within your own jurisdiction.