Frequently Asked Questions

About Liti Capital

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? 

The core Liti Capital team is composed of Jonas Rey, Andy Christen, Jaime Delgado, David Kay, and Amanda Grudinskas. For more on the team, click here.

What is unique about Liti Capital? 

Liti Capital is revolutionizing the litigation finance market by merging it with blockchain technology. Before our project, the industry was monopolized by elite investors, hedge funds, and venture capitalists due to its financially steep barriers to entry. By crowdsourcing to fund our cases through our cryptocurrency tokens, LITI and wLITI, we are not only able to create opportunities for investors of all levels to engage in litigation finance, but we are also introducing liquidity to the market for the first time.

What is the Liti Capital app? 

The Liti Capital app is not only the exclusive platform on which to purchase LITI tokens, but it is also where the community can vote on prospective Scambusters cases and LITI holders can exchange LITI for wLITI.

What is Scambusters? 

Unfortunately, blockchain and crypto projects at large have suffered recurring damages due to the unchecked scamming and fraud that afflicts our industry. As a market that we both operate in and sincerely believe in, we created our Scambusters initiative to combat this. Learn more about what this entails here.

Can anyone invest? 

Yes! Anyone, from retail to institutional investors, can engage in the booming litigation finance market with a minimum investment.

What is the investment minimum?  

The investment minimum to participate in litigation finance opportunities through Liti Capital is $50 USD

What is the Liti Capital vision?  

We aspire to be one of the largest litigation finance 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 finance market. We believe in private equity for all, and our approach to the industry makes it possible for anyone to participate. For milestones and our roadmap, click here.

How does Liti Capital differ from traditional litigation finance firms? 

Liti Capital approaches litigation finance in a completely different way than traditional firms. Because we raise capital for our cases through crowdfunding 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. In addition, we also utilize in-house intelligence and an established global network of the best of the best in the legal field.

What regulations does Liti Capital follow? 

Liti Capital is compliant with EU and US regulations. LITI, which is representative of a share in our company on the blockchain, is one of only four Swiss-approved equity tokens. Associated shareholders’ rights are protected by Swiss law.

What is the best way to stay up to date with Liti Capital? 

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About LITI and wLITI

What is the LITI Token? 

LITI is a first-of-its-kind asset-backed equity token. One LITI token is equivalent to one share in Liti Capital.

How do I buy LITI?

LITI is a first-of-its-kind asset-backed equity token. One LITI token is equivalent to one share in Liti Capital.

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 is wLITI?

wLITI is an ERC20 token that’s value is fixed to the value of LITI. 5,000 wLITI tokens are equivalent to 1 LITI token.

Where and how can I buy wLITI?

wLITI is available on HitBTC, P2PB2B, Changelly, Uniswap, and
For instructions on how to buy wLITI on Uniswap, click here.

How do I stake wLITI?

To stake wLITI, hop onto our Liti Capital app, connect your wallet, and choose a staking option. It’s that easy.

Do I need to undergo KYC to purchase wLITI?

While you don’t have to undergo KYC to purchase wLITI, the crypto exchange you purchase it from might. Platforms Uniswap and Changelly both offer wLITI and don’t require KYC.

How are LITI and wLITI different?

LITI is an asset-backed equity token that is representative of a share in our company on the blockchain. wLITI, on the other hand, is an ERC20 token whose value is tied to LITI. For a side-by-side comparison of their differences, click here.

How are LITI and wLITI revolutionary?

LITI and wLITI represent the first merging of litigation finance and blockchain. They introduce liquidity to the litigation finance market for the first time in the industry’s history, as both tokens can be sold at any time.

What blockchain is LITI and wLITI built on?

Liti Capital tokens are built on the Ethereum network.

How can I earn money investing in LITI and wLITI?

While LITI and wLITI holders can generate profit simply through token appreciation, they are also offered additional, unique opportunities to earn. LITI holders, for example, are granted dividends. Once we have purchased the necessary amount of cases and 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 takes time. Additionally, wLITI holders can earn up to 9% APY through staking wLITI without having to lock up their tokens.

Is it safe to invest in LITI and wLITI?

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, and wLITI is directly tied to the value of LITI, their success isn’t at the mercy of the crypto market at large. Rather, their success is directly measured by the success of our company. 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.

About Our Cases

How does Liti Capital select its cases? 

To aid us in selecting new cases to invest in and represent, we utilize in-house and external expertise as well as data analytics to conduct a thorough, multistep evaluation. Learn more here.

What cases is Liti Capital currently funding?

Currently, we have invested $29 million in four cases. Liti Capital’s portions of ownership have a combined maximum case claim of $250 million. For additional information on our active cases, click here

What types of cases does Liti typically fund?

Liti Capital usually focuses on large, winnable, and recoverable commercial cases that have undergone extensive evaluation to ensure the claim’s potential and value. 

What is the Binance Claim?

Liti Capital has been appointed to represent a group of claimants seeking damages against Binance, the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange. On May 19, 2021, Binance inexplicably froze the account of what is suspected to be thousands of traders for approximatelaccounty one hour. As a result, the trading accounts, including futures options, weaccountaccountre effectively incapable of performing trades for multiple hours. Estimated losses are more than $100 million.

We believe this case— the first ever group action case in the crypto sector— will be a landmark event in defining how organizations operating in the sector behave and treat their customers.
It is currently in its pre-trial phase. We have had 2,300 sign-ups on and over 1,000 claimants have signed documents for representation by the Binance Claim Steering Committee and White & Case, LLP, rated the top international arbitration law firm in the world last year.

If you were affected by the Binance outage, you can join the claim here.

About Blockchain Basics

What is a cryptocurrency? 

A cryptocurrency is a digital or virtual asset that is decentralized, secured by cryptography, and all but impossible to double-spend. They are built on blockchain-based networks that are distributed across an extensive number of computers. The majority of cryptocurrencies are not issued by central authorities, making them difficult for governments to interfere with or manipulate.

What is a blockchain?

A blockchain is a digital, decentralized, public ledger that records every transaction that occurs on it. These “records” are called blocks. Blocks link to each other to form a chain through cryptographic algorithms. This data can’t be changed or deleted, making any fraud attempts instantly visible. Thanks to the use of public keys— or unique wallet addresses— identity can be verified on a blockchain, while still preserving anonymity.

What is a smart contract?

A smart contract is an instantaneous, self-executing contract between two or more parties that establish terms of agreement through code on a blockchain. On top of improving efficiency and transparency, smart contracts are trustless— meaning that crypto users do not need to trust an intermediary to supervise, verify, and execute transactions. Smart contracts decentralize the transaction process, and eliminate the need for a third-party or intermediary, like a bank. Smart contracts are irreversible, unmodifiable, and a crucial element of the Ethereum network.

What is staking?

Staking is the practice of locking up a portion of your holdings of a particular cryptocurrency to earn rewards or interest. Staking is common with cryptocurrencies that use the Proof-of-Stake model to process payments, which makes it possible to verify transactions without a third party, like a bank.

Staking usually requires locking up your staked assets for a certain period, making them non transferable until that period elapses. If you’re interested in staking wLITI, you can earn up to 9% APY without locking up your tokens.

What is KYC?

Know Your Customer (KYC) is an identification verification method that is used by some crypto platforms and exchanges to confirm that you are who you say you are. This often entails providing your full name, country of residence, birthday, residential address, either a driver’s license, national I.D., or passport, and your phone number.

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