Since launching Lattice in 2021, we’ve realized that capital is not always the most scarce resource for project teams, users are. With that challenge in mind, we became hyper-focused on helping project teams grow. This past summer we hosted the Web3 Growth Summit at ETHCC bringing together the top thinkers and builders for enabling project growth. In the Fall we hosted First Look in London, an in-person demo day for a dozen top European projects to connect crypto enthusiasts. With this collaboration, we aim to take this to the next level by turning on the firehose of new users looking to discover the next generation of crypto protocols and applications.
What is CoinList Seed?
Founded as a division of CoinList in the spring of 2020, CoinList Seed was originally designed as a private fundraising platform. Since 2020, CoinList has hosted 8 cohorts and 64 startups, including top projects such as Injective, Biconomy, and Rabbithole. With over 2,500 applicants to date, acceptance rate to CoinList Seed has been under 3%. With this upcoming cohort of CoinList Seed, the program will be shifting away from fundraising toward project growth.
Applications are now open for crypto entrepreneurs interested in participating in the Winter 2024 batch of CoinList Seed. The deadline to apply is Feb 29, 2024.
Seed is Not…
- An incubator or accelerator
- A platform to raise money
- A token launchpad
Think of it as a targeted growth campaign designed to accelerate awareness and user acquisition for your project.
What you get
Participants receive benefits which may include the following:
- Feature story in CoinList’s newsletter to 10M+ early adopters
- Feature blog post on blog.coinlist.co
- Social media promotion by CoinList, Lattice, and other supporters
- CoinList dashboard promotion
- Hands on support from the Lattice team
- Access to the CoinList & Lattice network of founders
- Workshops with supporters of the program like Privy
- Lots of love from crypto media
- 20% off on select CoinList products for builders
- $2,500 in Alchemy credits (Web3 development tools)
- $2,500 in Subsquid credits (cloud)
Who Should Apply
We are looking for applications from the idea stage all the way to live products. The program will occur regularly and we are interested in meeting with teams at all stages of the product development journey. Don’t be afraid to apply if you are only in the early stages of thinking up the next crypto application.
Who Will be Selecting?
We’ve put together a consortium of supporters who will be involved not only in sourcing but evaluating projects to be included. Supporting organizations include Alchemy, zkSync, Optimism, Privy, and the Solana Foundation. We are appreciative of their support and involvement.
CoinList is a leading crypto launchpad and exchange that provides access to cutting-edge and established crypto assets. Their mission is to empower crypto builders at any stage in their journey and connect them with high-quality early adopters. Since 2017, CoinList has become the global leader in community growth, helping blue chip projects like Filecoin, Solana, Celo, Algorand, Dapper, and others connect with millions of new token holders.
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