Liti Capital SA

Liti Capital to offer an exclusive 26% bonus on all $wLITI and $LITI token purchases that are made on the year’s busiest shopping day.

For the first time in history, the category of ‘Private Equity’ is joining mainstream retailers by offering an exclusive deal on what has…

Week of November 8, 2021

Hello everyone

I hope you’ve all had a wonderful week. We’ve been keeping busy here at Liti Capital HQ, as we’re very close to unveiling a new website. Our marketing team has been taking notes on your feedback, so expect an improved user experience, more…

The litigation funding provider has secured an investment and is partnering with the leading blockchain capital markets ecosystem to accelerate the adoption of its disruptive new digital assets.

At its most basic, litigation finance — also referred to as litigation funding or third-party funding — is the practice in which an outside party invests in a lawsuit in return for a portion of the profit. While the market is still relatively small and unexplored, it’s developed into a…

Mike Grantis, CEO of Crypto Weekly talks to David Kay, Liti Capital Executive Chairman about Liti Capital, the world’s 1st Blockchain-Based Private Equity Firm.

Liti Capital merges traditional financial markets with equity tokens to create next-generation fintech, making private equity investing available to everyone. Liti Capital offers litigation funding services that operate on the blockchain. Their activity consists of financing or acquiring legal claims — one of the most appealing asset classes because they can produce high returns on investment even during economic crises. They offer anyone the opportunity to become an investor through their LITI and wLITI tokens, leveling the playing field for all.

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Liti Capital SA

Liti Capital SA is a fintech private equity company on the blockchain, providing a complete solution of strategy, case management and litigation financing.

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