LEXIT is the first marketplace for IP and entire companies
LEXIT allows entrepreneurs to trade intellectual property, copyrights and technology from discontinued projects, and even sell whole startups.
Blockchain-based tokenization models and the disintermediation of appraisement and matchmaking services allow LEXIT to make Mergers & Acquisitions as easy as selling a car or real-estate.
LEXIT revolutionizes mergers & acquisitions
by replacing expensive and inefficient mediators with a distributed network of independent assessors and matchmakers.
On LEXIT's easy-to-use marketplace, buyers and sellers meet directly, en masse, allowing market forces and network dynamics to bring M&A to unparalleled speeds
LEXIT is Powered by a Distributed Network
All projects listed on LEXIT are verified, analyzed, and assessed by a distributed network of independent appraisers and industry specific specialists.
LEXIT’s service providers are screened, high-quality contractors, subjected to a rating and reputation system, generated through buyer input.
Global Partners and Matchmakers
To cut the best deals in the industry, LEXIT maintains a global partner program of highly connected players in the Tech ecosystem.
LEXIT’s partners are incentivized to reach out to their large business networks and connect thousands of buyers and sellers.
How LEXIT Streamlines M&A - A Comparison
The LEXIT Solution allows for M&A processes to be concluded four times as fast, at about a quarter of the traditional costs. Entrepreneurs are empowered to discover the true value of their assets on a vibrant and highly liquid marketplace, without having to bear overpriced prepayments. And most importantly - for the first time an efficient market for IP and patents is established, allowing companies to trade assets as conveniently as one would buy or sell a car or real estate.
Why Tokenize It?
Introducing a token (LXT) to the LEXIT marketplace environment allows us to base evaluation and matchmaking services on a distributed and competitive network of independent, yet screened assessors - creating market dynamics which promote fast, transparent and fair deals.
LEXIT consists of a well-versed team of veteran entrepreneurs with specific experience in bringing startups to exit. The LEXIT vision was originally conceived when LEXIT co-founders actively searched for opportunities to exit their previous projects. Their efforts eventually bore fruit, but the team remained with the understanding that in the age of network communication and blockchain technology, the M&A industry can and should be revolutionized.
With 22 years as an entrepreneur in various industries, Amir is an early adopter of the ever-evolving blockchain technology and remains active as a participant, keynote speaker and expert panellist at numerous blockchain events around the globe.
With a degree in Math & Computer Science and a wide range of skills in software development, both enterprise and open-source, Dmitry understands very well how to solve complex problems and lead the engineering department.
With years of experience in fraud investigation and anti-money laundering operations, Kristian will be responsible for directing LEXIT's fraud investigation and anti-money laundering policies, procedures and solutions.
Jaron is the CEO and Founder at Influential Capital, a leading advisory firm in the blockchain industry. He previously served as CEO of Coinsetter, one of the first bitcoin exchanges in the US, and Cavirtex, a leading exchange in Canada. Both were acquired by Kraken in 2016. Previouisly, Jaron was a private equity associate at The CapStreet Group. He has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, Bloomberg, CNBC, and TechCrunch.
Mr. Kavounas is CEO and President of Cloud Strategix, LLC, based in Washington, DC, where he is a barred attorney. An attorney with 13 years of experience in financial services, blockchain, and technology regulation, Mr. Kavounas works with cloud computing, FinTech, and clearing companies, as well as with federal and state agencies, and Congress to explain and develop appropriate governmental regulations, define associated risks, and design compliance procedures. Having worked for two federal banking agencies, an AmLaw Top 25 Law Firm, and three startups, he uses his regulatory background to advise entities as to governance, regulatory risk, and corporate compliance. Mr. Kavounas works with blockchain technologies on regulatory frameworks.
Edward Cotler is a corporate finance expert with a career that spans over two decades. He previously worked as a Trader and Structurer in several asset classes at Merrill Lynch, and as a Mortgage Derivatives Trader at Deutsche Bank. Most recently, he served as Vice President in Investment Banking at Goldman Sachs & Co, focusing on New Business Development. Edward is now a strategic blockchain and cryptocurrency adviser and investor. His advisory focus is on business strategy, the augmentation of traditional capital raising methods via asset tokenization, digital coin economics and regulatory acceptance of emerging technologies. He will be joining the board as a strategic adviser effective August 15th, 2018
Eric Gu is the CEO & Founder of Metaverse - China's first open source public blockchain which has created great awareness among the Chinese public media and financial institutions from 2016. As the Chairman of the Metaverse Foundation, Eric has committed to expanding the various industry use cases in the Metaverse eco-system to explore more Blockchain applications in different categories.
Werner is an all-round, hands-on consultant with more than 18 years' experience in corporate finance and transaction management. Starting in 2000 at Ernst & Young, he has experienced all aspects of business transactions: buying, selling, (re)financing and valuation. His clients range from medium-sized family companies and private equity firms to entrepreneurs looking for investment opportunities.
Marc has more than 20 years' experience in M&A dealmaking and corporate finance. His experience includes Dutch and international sell side and buy side transactions, mergers, joint ventures, MBO and MBI transactions, financing, restructuring, business reviews and valuations. In 2017, Marc joined LVH Corporate Finance. Before that, he worked with American Appraisal / Duff & Phelps (2012-2017), Ernst & Young (2000-2012) and as a business owner of a consultancy agency (1994-1999).
Kaarel is the Founder and CEO of Veriff. Veriff is Stripe for online identity verification, they allowany website and mobile application to verify drivers license, passport and government issued ID.With Veriff, Kaarel has created the new standard in the online identity verification sector.