LawCoin

LawCoin

LawCoin is a blockchain platform for litigation finance investments and social justice crowdfunding.

LawCoin is a platform built on the Ethereum blockchain for the issuance and transfer of security tokens representing equity interests in litigation finance investments. Litigation finance investments have historically high returns and are uncorrelated to the financial markets.Applying blockchain technology and crowdfunding principles to litigation finance, LawCoin aims to provide investors with access to this growing market.Capital from litigation finance investment allows litigants and their attorneys to pay for expenses such as court filing fees, expert witnesses, and trial exhibits as well as for business expenses, salaries, and other operating costs.

LawCoin fractionalizes investments listed on its platform and issues security tokens representing those interests. LawCoin is also a blockchain donation crowdfunding platform for supporting socially beneficial lawsuits and fundraising for social justice.

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Dafan Zhang

Joshua Grabar

Marc Goldich

Noah Axler

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ConsenSys Picks Latest Blockchain Startups for Accelerator Program

Yogita Khatri

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April 1, 2019

LawCoin Brings Litigation Funding to the Blockchain - Litigation Finance Journal

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May 22, 2019

LawCoin Joins Tachyon 2.0: Consensys Ventures Blockchain-Focused Accelerator

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Meet the 10 Startups of ConsenSys' Tachyon 2019: Ethereum Accelerator

ConsenSys

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April 2, 2019

New Frontiers: 3D Printed Habitats on Mars & Blockchain in Litigation Funding

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Tachyon Burst: LawCoin Is Bringing Security Tokens To Court | Crypto Briefing

Web

May 21, 2019

The 2019 Tachyon Accelerator Demo Day

ConsenSys

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May 24, 2019

What are We Actually Talking About When We Talk About Security Tokens?

Web

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