Reshaping the Web3 Landscape

What is Eclipse Fi?

Eclipse Fi is a modular multi-chain launch protocol providing a comprehensive launch toolkit that aligns long-term users with high-quality, fully-vetted projects. We aim to be the central hub for GTM, launches, and liquidity bootstrapping, and use both smart accounts and cross-chain architecture to make user onboarding and cross-chain launches seamless and intuitive.
We chose Neutron within Cosmos as our initial home base for their quality DeFi focus and cross-chain interoperability through IBC. However, we are quickly expanding to other networks such as Linea, Mantle, and Base.

Who Is Eclipse Fi For?

🌱 Pre-launch projects: Projects benefit via modular launches with full customizability, community bootstrapping with high-quality & long-term users, enhanced exposure and public relations, full project support (including comprehensive network and business support) and much more.
🌐 Investors: Investors benefit via early access to high-quality projects, in-depth research & due diligence, a strong community of like-minded members, exclusive community benefits, and more.

What is Eclipse Fi's Vision & Mission?

🌟 Vision: To revolutionize token launches, empowering high-integrity, high-quality projects to start and bootstrap liquidity, securing long-term success.
🎯 Mission: To craft the ultimate blockchain launchpad and protocol, fostering a community-driven space for refining launch mechanisms, while providing essential education and support to fuel the growth of blockchain ventures.

Why Token Launches?

Token launches serve as a powerful fundraising tool, allowing projects to secure capital from investors and the public to support development and operational needs. Additionally, tokens play a pivotal role within a project's ecosystem, offering utilities like access to services, governance rights, and incentives, fostering decentralization, creating a network effect, and engaging a global audience.
A token's actual launch is also a tool to supercharge a project's go-to-market strategy. A well-executed token launch serves as a potent marketing tool, fostering community growth, enhancing platform value, and boosting liquidity, while also benefiting other key activities such as PR, partnerships, user onboarding, and market adoption.

Why Another Launchpad?

Existing launchpads lack in fundamental ways. This includes poor project vetting, poor deal flow, limited project support, limited launch mechanisms, short-term mentalities, and poor branding.
We consider launch platforms to be highly underappreciated tools that when executed effectively, can serve as the crucial gateway to an ecosystem's success. Opting to launch during a bear market provides us with a unique opportunity to cultivate a strong community and nurture high-quality projects, strategically positioning us to unlock significant value when the next market cycle emerges.

What Traction Do You Have?

Despite our recent launch, we've achieved 35+ partnerships & collaborations, 10+ projects in the launch pipeline, a large KOL network, 210K+ Testnet participants, 190K+ Twitter followers, and 90K+ Discord members. And we're just getting started.

What Other Plans Do You Have?

We have lots planned!
On the community side, we plan to make a full DAO transition, create a permissionless launchpad, launch an extensive bounty program for developers and researchers, and much more. On the product side, we plan to launch new launch mechanisms, ramp up our strategic partnerships (details shortly), present our V2 whitepaper, expand to numerous networks, and much more.
We also plan to create a Web 2.5 accelerator that acts as a bridge for Web2 projects, simplifying their integration into Web3 and facilitating their blockchain launch.
For more information on our future plans make sure to visit Roadmap​

Are There Any Risks?

We take every precaution to carefully vet all projects on their site, only enabling high-quality projects focused on long-term success to launch. That being said, the nature of our business means that various risks exist, including uncertain regulations, inadequate disclosure of information, competition, failure to develop, security vulnerabilities, risk of dissolution, and more.
For more information visit our Key Risks page.