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KICK.IO Launchpad: The New Haven of Cardano “Venture Capitalists”

Fri, 01/21/2022 - 12:10
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KICK.IO works hard to satisfy the pent-up demand from modern-day "venture capitalists"
KICK.IO Launchpad: The New Haven of Cardano “Venture Capitalists”
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Crypto gains are not as good as they once were

The much-anticipated journey towards a more mature crypto space has been accompanied by a noticeable slide in the previously exponential returns that excited both retail and institutional investors alike. In the current investment climate, the more established tokens are becoming less volatile and the returns from ‘hodling’ are simply not as great as they once were. Naturally, while there is a lot of natural variation in investors’ portfolios, the industry-wide trends mean that today’s crypto returns are no longer minting new millionaires en masse.

As some of the more prominent crypto analysts and enthusiasts have noted, the real returns are currently pooled in the so-called “Low-Cap Crypto Gems”, the next generation of projects, still in their early days of fundraising, still waiting for that big ‘pop’. That’s why, to satisfy the pent up demand from the modern-day ‘venture capitalists’, the team behind KICK.IO Launchpad and Project Accelerator is working hard to sort through the weeds and bring to the market those early-stage projects most likely to make a meaningful contribution to the future of DeFi.


Substantially Lower Seed-Stage Prices

Tailored to Cardano-based projects, KICK.IO is led by a team of DeFi and traditional finance professionals who are dedicated to “expanding the pie” and promoting mutual prosperity within the Cardano Ecosystem. That’s why, on the KICK.IO launchpad, you can find seed-stage prices that are substantially lower than anywhere else. Early project backers can lock in their bets early - prior to the big post-listing ‘pop’ - with a possibility of even higher returns to be made if the project achieves long-term success. 

As Cardano may be entering the bull market once again, this might be the perfect time for investors to dip their feet into seed-stage financing - a market that is very much alive and kicking.

Verified Project Credibility

In looking out for the interests of our investors, KICK.IO ensures that only the most credible and promising projects make it through. The projects you find on the KICK.IO Launchpad have been carefully handpicked by our team, as we work exclusively with high-growth projects, identified by a proprietary set of predictive markers. 

To ensure that they will deliver on their promises, all projects looking for seed-stage funding on KICK.IO are subjected to intense scrutiny, undergoing a series of due diligence checks to weed out the fraudsters and over-promisers. All projects are vetted by our due diligence team which is looking for red flags, such as promises of unrealistic returns or fake endorsements. We also look at the team behind the project and make sure that only the projects with the highest potential to make a meaningful contribution to the Cardano ecosystem make it to the fundraising stage.

Ethos of Decentralization

Everything we do is governed by a philosophy of decentralization — funds raised are distributed directly to projects, tokens purchased are sent directly to the personal wallets of users without burdensome checks or unnecessary delays. We also take financial sustainability and inclusion seriously, working diligently to ensure that our efforts benefit all stakeholders, helping to evolve the reputation and maturity of the DeFi industry.

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