There are generally two ways to invest in this metal. You can directly buy stocks in companies involved in lithium mining or in lithium-ion battery production or usage. If you don't have the skills, knowledge or time, you can get involved in funds that invest in companies of this type and let them do the work for you.

The success of your investment will depend on the sustained sales of mobile devices, the increased popularity of electric cars and the expansion of renewable energies; and as far as we know, people nowadays can't survive without smartphones. All these devices need lithium-ion batteries, and as such the demand for the metal will only keep growing. Smartphone shipments worldwide are projected to add up to around 1.7 billion units in 2020. By 2021, 40% of the world's population is projected to own a smartphone.

Electric car deployment has been growing rapidly over the past ten years, with the global stock of electric passenger cars passing 5 million in 2018, an increase of 63% from the previous year. Around 45% of electric cars on the road in 2018 were in China – a total of 2.3 million – compared to 39% in 2017. In comparison, Europe accounted for 24% of the global fleet, and the United States 22%.

Beneficial for the environment

Lithium is a key component in green energy storage technologies and is rapidly becoming a metal of vital importance to lower our dependency on fossil fuels.

Lithium-ion batteries

Renewable energies, mobile devices and electric vehicles cannot work without rechargable lithium-ion batteries, and demand for these is on the rise.

Rising lithium price

Lithium demand is projected to triple by the year 2025 according to a recent report by Goldman Sachs and for many analysts it is even considered the new oil.

Tokenized closed-end fund

Lithos Capital is offering exposure to lithium markets via Lithos coin [LIC], a token built on the Ethereum blockchain, which brings more security, transparency and accessibility.

Double profitability

Lithos coin buyers can benefit in two ways: From the increase in the coin price per se, and a profit distribution sent every three months to the Ethereum addresses holding the coin.

Whitepaper

For more information regarding our business model, lithium market conditions, ICO structure and legal inquiries, please download our whitepaper by clicking here.
Year Price Price (Inflation Adjusted) Change
2018$ 16500$ 1650045%
2017$ 9100$ 9318.418%
2016$ 7475$ 7830.4513%
2015$ 6500$ 6965.722%
2014$ 5050$ 5417.2213%
2013$ 4390$ 4784.584%
2012$ 4220$ 4668.298%
2011$ 3870$ 4371.01-12%
2010$ 4350$ 5070.37-4%
2009$ 4530$ 5364.662%
2008$ 4440$ 5237.0520%
2007$ 3530$ 4321.9134%
2006$ 2320$ 2919.9937%
2005$ 1460$ 1896.39-18%
2004$ 1720$ 2310.0610%
2003$ 1550$ 2137.94-3%
2002$ 1590$ 2243.560%

Focused on profit distribution from fund performance.
Hard Cap: $50,000,000 USD / Total Supply: 70,000,000 LIC
Initial coin price: 1 LIC = 1 USD

Funds Distribution

Lithium assets - 85%

Reserve - 10%

Operations - 4%

Legal - 1%


Token Allocation

Public Sale - 71%

Discount bonus - 18%

Bounty program - 11%

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