Review of Lithium: An Ecosystem to Drive Innovation in the Early-Stage Web 3.0 Space

One fact is universal in the cryptocurrency ecosystem — early entries win! Discovering early-stage projects before reaching mainstream has long been a profitable investment opportunity for crypto investors. However, evidently, the early stage crypto space still faces some issues that may mar their potential profitability. But with the emergence of projects such as Lithium, tackling these issues heads on, investors and relevant entities within this space can be sure of an ecosystem that recognizes, supports, and actively promotes profitable and innovative crypto projects.

Suppose you are looking to invest within this space. Then, in that case, this article covers everything you need to know about Lithium.

What is Lithium?

Essentially, this innovative project was triggered by the zeal to offer solutions to the systemic setbacks surrounding the early-stage cryptocurrency space. The origin of the name “lithium”, is quite an interesting one, as it signifies the third element on the periodic table, denoting its potential to revolutionize the early stage crypto stage by integrating web 3.0.

Primarily, this project offers three fundamental products; launchpad, incubator, and a fund offering. At the core of this ecosystem is the $EBSC token.

The $EBSC Token

This is the heart of the Lithium ecosystem. It offers its holders a vast range of utility and value as opposed to what the prevalent shitcoins offer today. With benefits such as a negligible fund fees, access to launchpad airdrops, or priority entry to the launchpad, this token guarantees a significant value add as well as portfolio exposure to early opportunities for investors and startups alike. The entire project is committed to facilitating exposure to innovations that solve real-world problems as well as offering investors opportunities to access them as early as possible, with $EBSC acting as the backbone of the project.

Lithium Launchpad

This is a product directly targeted at offering solutions to the issues of the early-stage startup space. By providing launchpad services, cross-chain, this project encourages upcoming projects to grow. The launchpad, as well as incubator, provide founders and investors with multiple value-adding services. These services offer support for early-stage projects in terms of launch, marketing, ideas discussion, and validation as well as all through its developmental stages. This encourages capital to flow from markets to budding projects, thereby adding real-life value to the early-stage crypto space. Using the $EBSC token alongside the launchpad, this project significantly maximizes the chances of success for these startups.

You can read more on the launchpad here:

Lithium Incubator

Essentially, as a crypto incubator, Lithium was tailored to support incubated projects. In other words, it searches for projects with the potential to be successful and offers them help all through their developmental stages with activities such as funding, strategy, marketing and more.

Getting picked up by Lithium incubator is a sizable opportunity for any startup as it presents an opportunity to be guided by experts within the space. This consequently propels the nascent project into a new level of growth and awareness. Lithium Ventures invest cash that may range up to $100,000 in these startups to help expedite time to market and investment attractiveness.

Lithium Funds

This product extends to multiple blockchain ecosystems. Lithium have developed two Funds offering investors varying risk exposures across different asset classes. Their Delta fund variation works as an arbitrage fund whilst their “Fund” class operates as a VC fund taking long term directional stakes in early stage blockchain projects. Lithium aims to invest at least 40% of its overall asset under management, in its directional funds into incubated projects across the multiple blockchains. Essentially, the funds targets projects with the potentials to extend to real-life use cases and feature robust web 3.0 applications. Considering the feature offered by the launchpad, Lithium capitalizes on these opportunities to identify and negotiate over the counter and on-chain deals at terms that will benefit investors both in the long and short term.

  • Delta One

This is Lithium’s first public fund product which offered investors the chance to benefit from outsized returns via exposure to dislocation of asset classes across the market. This event was quite a successful one and quickly imprinted its mark within the space. Within five days, it raised a sum of $175,000 which was directed at arbitrage. The fund closing value stood at $182 000. What’s even more thrilling about this event is that Lithium Venture’s accomplished its monthly target in just 14 days, which is somewhat terrific. The investors can expect to see an upside of up to roughly 500% over the course of 12 months whilst maintaining a relatively low risk profile and having the benefit of a fully managed fund portfolio.

  • Fund II

This is the second public fund product, which offers investors of a higher risk appetite the chance for considerable profits while granting them entry to a diversified portfolio in the early stage ecyosystem. This fund primarily aims to develop about 20 to 30 sprouting blockchain projects that hold the promise to solve real-life issues and actively incorporate web 3.0.

It has a reliable process and framework to recognize promising projects with a significant chance for success while adopting practical approaches to negotiating favorable contracts with the founding teams. Besides, by participating in this product, investors can also access the benefits related to seed and series A funding round.

Strategies adopted for this fund will position the product in a way that will outperform both bull and neutral markets. It will feature no leverage and the funds will be tied up to locked for about a year, or roughly 12 months. Subsequent to a successful exit, every investor gets to vote on dividend payments, and Lithium promises to allocate the investment within a period of 3 to 4 months.

This product is a fully managed fund, and as an approach to risk management, it will consider the general market environment before directing the funds to any investment. Similar to Fund I, this product or offering also requires a minimum investment of $2 000 USDC. The period of this event, in which investors get to raise funds, will last up to two weeks from 2–16 July, and it is accessible to everyone.

You can read more about the Funds here:

Participating in the Fund II

To take part in this event, here is a high-level overview of the steps:

  • Send at least the minimum required USDC on BSC to the feeder wallet: 0x0C9a6E77de12BaFA77cf7Ab3D62083AfcDdCa728
  • Contact [email protected], indicating your wallet address and the USDC amount sent.
  • For important announcements and NAV tracking, engage the Fund II telegram
  • At the end of the capital call, Lithium will move the entire capital to a cold storage wallet initially, which will be exchanged for BNB and sent to an FTX account. Subsequently, investments can then access this fund with updates about the fund performance accordingly.



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