From Startup to Success: Finceptor, a Web3 financing platform

Finceptor is Web3’s first all-in-one liquidity protocol.

From Startup to Success: Finceptor, a Web3 financing platform

Finceptor is Web3’s first all-in-one liquidity protocol.

Finceptor's unique suite of products, including Liquidity Vault, Bond, and Launchpad, is designed to revolutionize DeFi's liquidity management. Their innovative tools help projects bootstrap and grow protocol-owned liquidity, addressing the challenges of mercenary liquidity in DeFi 1.0.

Finceptor Products

  • Liquidity Vault is an on-chain initial liquidity bootstrapping tool to build protocol-owned liquidity for unlaunched tokens.
  • Launchpad for a strategic token launch and sales arm.
  • Bond is a structured protocol-owned liquidity growth and token liquidation tool for publicly traded tokens.

Achievements

  • Backed by multi-billion dollar Telecom company Turk Telekom Ventures, Neohub, and Brinc VC
  • Mainnet live with $300k total volume financed on Avalanche and BNB Chain — $250k subscribed in under 120 hours and $50k subscribed in under 120 seconds (FCFS)
  • +6,200 active KYC-approved users in 3 months
  • +150,000 community in 3 months
  • +250 curated KOLs with 50M reach
  • +65 affiliate referral partners
  • 3 testnet launches with +10k unique testers and +100k transactions
  • Accelerated by ZK Advancer S-23, Brinc’s Web3 accelerator
  • Accelerated and received financial support from Polygon Labs Hypernest DeFi
  • Incubated by Yapı Kredi, one of Turkey’s largest private banks, in partnership with Ava Labs
  • Received financial and platform grants from Alchemy WAGBI, Microsoft for Startups, Google for Web3 Startups, BNB Chain Kickstart, and Startup with Chainlink
  • Audited by Peckshield

Liquidity Vaults

Liquidity Vaults (LVs) are a tool that helps new tokens get started by providing them with initial liquidity on the blockchain.

When starting a new Web3 project, it can be difficult to attract users and provide enough liquidity for trading. This lack of liquidity makes people less likely to trade or provide liquidity for your tokens because they might experience high price differences and risks, which can cause the market to collapse.

To solve this problem, Finecptor created Liquidity Vaults (LVs). LVs are a tool that combines decentralized finance (DeFi) and community-building to help new Web3 tokens access liquid markets and attract supporters.

With LVs, projects can sell their future governance or utility tokens at a lower price through a special agreement called SAFT. This allows them to raise funds and build up their own liquidity reserves. By doing this, projects can attract real supporters who believe in the token's potential.

LVs also incentivize users on decentralized exchanges to trade and provide liquidity for these tokens. This helps create more stable and active markets.

To sum up, LVs are a tool that aids in the surmounting of the difficulties associated with user attraction and liquidity provision for new Web3 projects. It enables initiatives to generate money and cultivate a community of support by offering tokens for sale at a discount. It also promotes trading and the provision of liquidity on decentralized exchanges.

Launchpad


A service that helps new cryptocurrency projects or token launches is called a crypto launchpad, sometimes referred to as an initial launch platform or token launchpad. It offers projects a structure and resources to raise capital, create liquidity, and become visible in the cryptocurrency world.

Initial DEX Offerings (IDOs) serve as token launch and financing tools for launch-stage Web3 projects, enabling them to issue tokens, conduct initial offerings, distribute tokens to communities, and create a secondary trading market.

Bonds

Bond is a structured protocol-owned liquidity bootstrapping and token liquidation tool for publicly traded tokens. It’s a new way to raise capital and liquidity for publicly traded tokens — DAOs, DeFi protocols, and other Web3 initiatives — after initial token offerings.

Building Protocol-owned Liquidity: Bonds could be used as an alternative to Liquidity Mining to bootstrap protocol-governed liquidity.

Token liquidation/treasury building: Bonds could be used for liquidating protocol tokens in exchange for strategic assets and stablecoins, helping projects build their long-term treasury.

Multi-chain liquidity expansion: Projects expanding their tokens to other EVM-compatible chains could use bonds to generate chain-specific liquidity, enabling an easy way for tokens to be multi-chain.

Secondary DEX listings: Projects that want to list their publicly traded tokens on DEXes could use bonds to finance the liquidity needed to open liquidity pools in DEXes.

Secondary CEX listings: Projects could use bonds to generate financing for secondary CEX listings.

Tokens are auctioned off at a discounted price with vesting relative to the market in exchange for immediate cash flow.