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Liti Capital: Where Litigation Finance Meets the Blockchain

We are a fully operational Swiss private equity company 
'on the blockchain', specializing in litigation finance 

How We Started

Liti Capital SA was formed in June, 2020. The idea was born from Jonas Rey, who also heads Athena Intelligence, one of the most successful intelligence-gathering firms in Switzerland and one of the world’s most sought-after agencies in identifying recoverable assets. His two co-founders, Andy Christen and Jaime Delgado played a crucial role in shaping and implementing the vision of the project, as they bring a proven knowledge of blockchain engineering, a track record in the innovation fintech startup industry as well as operational and technical skills to round out the internal leadership team.
David Kay, an internationally recognized litigation financier and case management strategist, had a professional connection to Jonas Rey and Athena Intelligence. Jonas had been in search of a litigation finance expert to head the Investment side of Liti Capital and approached David for a recommendation. After more than decade running a billion dollar private equity litigation finance firm, David was looking for something special as his next project. David viewed Liti Capital as a “marriage between two worlds”, bridging traditional litigation finance with tokenized equity and all that it entails. In May 2021 David accepted the position of Chief Investment Officer & Executive Director of Liti Capital SA.
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-David Kay
Liti Capital Executive Chairman & Chief Investment Officer
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Our Vision

Liti Capital aims to be one of the largest Litigation Finance companies in the world, strategically selecting the best, most winnable and recoverable cases.
Liti Capital offers justice to their plaintiffs and unlock unprecedented opportunities for LITI token investors.
LITI tokens will give Liti Capital a worldwide exposure and capital, bringing modern blockchain finance to a traditional space previously not available to retail investor.
By merging a traditional private equity company with the blockchain, tokenization and digital currency, Liti Capital has created a hybrid, offering investors industry-first and attractive additional benefits. Our leadership has helped Liti Capital become one of only three companies to have tokenized its equity shares in compliance with FINMA’s guidelines (The Swiss Financial Market Regulator). Its digital token is a legal share of the company, providing the holder identical rights and legal protection to that of a shareholder, including voting privileges and dividend eligibility. The Company Liti Capital offers two types of tokens, the $LITI equity token, suitable for institutional investors and a wrapped $LITI token, the $wLITI, an exchange-ready token for the retail investor.
Liti Capital has secured $29M in startup capital and has invested in four cases valued at $250M. The token has a Market Cap that is 20X below the potential and highly likely gain from the cases Liti Capital is funding (currently valued in excess of $250m USD), offering significant upside value.
Retail investors can invest directly on the company website at liticapital.com or in the market at Uniswap, HitBTC, Bitcoin.com and Changelly at correlated pricing.

Meet the Team

David Kay

Executive Chairman
Chief Investment Officer
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Jonas Rey

Co-Founder
Chief Executive Officer
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Andy Christen

Co-Founder
Chief Vision & Operations Officer
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Jaime Delgado

Co-Founder
Chief Technology Officer
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Amanda Grudinskas

Chief Legal Officer
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Advisory Board

Thomas Ladner
Counsel at Meyerlustenberger Lachenal
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Tania Galanis
Managing Partner at KVG Capital
Robert Fontaine
Blockchain expert, former community manager at Tezos Foundation
Zeina Wakim
International lawyer, war crime investigator
Yu Xiong
BSc, PhD, CEng, PGCHET, FHEA
Chair of Business Analytics, Associate Dean International, Director of Surrey Centre for Innovation and Commercialization(SCIC) at the University of Surrey
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Milestones

2020 Q2 - Q4

- Founded Liti Capital, a Swiss Limited Liability Co
- Developed Liti Business Plan and Smart-Contract
- Built Liti Capital Blockchain Platform
- Developed Alpha AI tool for case selection
- Secured Seed Capital

2021 Q1 - Q2

- Brought on David Kay as Chief Investment Officer
- Non-action letter from the Swiss Financial Market Regulator (FINMA)
- Audit of the Smart Contract by CertiK completed
- Over 12 million USD raised in cash and litigation assets from 15+ private investors
- Ownership participation in 3 cases valued at $200mm>
- Further intellectual property created on blockchain and AI algorithms

2021 Q3 - Q4

- Raised $20M USD in cash to date
- Expanded Case Portfolio to 4 cases with $250M+ USD value
- New KYC automated system updated in the Liti Capital App
- Token listed on 5 exchanges
- Liti Capital funds BinanceClaim, and receives applications from in excess of 1000 claimants
- LITI token mapped on Polygon (a layer two blockchain solution
- Launched staking program
- First ‘Scambusters’ voting competition runs, with winning case receiving free litigation and 250,000 wLITI tokens distributed ‘pro rata’ among winning case’s voters
- Attracted over 5,000 wallet holders
- Completed alpha testing for AI tool for case selection process

Roadmap

Q1 & Q2 2022 

- List on a top 20 exchange
- Add 2 New Cases
- Create pipeline of 10 to 15 additional cases
- Attend World Economic Forum's Blockchain Fringe Events in Davos, Switzerland
- Launch Liti Capital's Educational Program to Help Crypto Newbies
- Attract Additional $30M USD Investment
- Attract additional 5,000 unique LITI Token holders 
- Launch real-time 'crypto scams' tracking tool 
- Launch The Crypto Watchdog, an expansion to Scambusters aimed at helping the crypto community 
- Hold 2nd Scambusters Community Vote
- Launch an application that has real-world use in Web 3.0
- Launch fund for attractive investing by institutional investors
- Attract additional 20,000 unique wLITI Token holders 
- Grow team to 15 employees 
- Ensure daily volume of at least 150K USD across decentralized exchanges 
- Decide whether an extraordinary dividend will be distributed to LITI token holders 
- Conduct first general assembly where LITI token holders will be asked to exercise their right to vote 

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Liti Capital SA (“Liti Capital”) is a litigation finance company registered in Switzerland under number CHE-379.790.214. The reader should be aware that Liti Capital obtained a non-action letter from the Swiss Financial regulator (FINMA). All information contained on this website is intended for general information, and should not be construed as investment advice. The information on this website is not intended to provide a sufficient basis on which to make an investment decision. It does not constitute a recommendation or take into account the particular investment objectives, financial conditions, or needs of individual investors. The information is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an indication of interest to purchase any security of Liti Capital, or to make any investment. An investment decision should be made solely on the basis of offering documentation that Liti Capital may provide to you separately, which you should review in detail with your professional advisers. “US Persons” (as defined for purposes of US securities laws) will not be allowed to purchase any securities that may be issued by Liti Capital unless they satisfy the requirements of US securities laws, including qualifying as an accredited investor. There can be no guarantee that any security issued by Liti Capital will be profitable and investors may lose all of the capital they invest in any such securities. While Liti Capital attempts to ensure that the information contained on this website is accurate and complete, no representation or warranty, express or implied, is made as to the accuracy, completeness or reasonableness of the information contained on this website. Liti Capital assumes no responsibility for such errors and omissions, and reserves the right to make changes to content and other information on the website at any time without notice.