The Knights Swap Process
1 Submit Application and be approved
2 Fees vary on size, scale and customer base
Offering Crypto/NFTs to the Crypto market enables the issuer to raise more capital than they would as a privately. From the investor’s perspective, the opportunity to buy early with the potential to grow into a larger, more profitable Crypto/NFTs.
At Knights we can onboard and manage, restricted offerings, leak-out provisions, secondary offerings and more.
The mechanics are simple
The issuer creates an account and deposits the digital asset.
The Issuer sets the rules, 20% – 30% is retained for buy backs and the balance of the sales are used for funding.
Monthly report on what has been sold and Crypto/NFTs progress is given to holders.
Knights grade the progress month to month on an A+++ to an F
This is a clear and transparent process that removes a lot of the FUD, accusations of Rugpulls, questions about marketing wallet sales or insider sales are all removed.
There are no magic slippage costs, no excessive fees, this is a straightforward easy to understand process that gives issuers and investors the best chance of being successful.
Knights aims to provide more access to crypto/NFTs and make the best efforts to list ALL digital assets, but we prioritize high-quality digital assets, we also divide the listings in to Categories, Knights Compliant and Non-Reporting. Therefore, token listing on Knights goes through rigorous due diligence to classify it properly.
To get your digital assets listed on Knights, here are some tips from the Knights.
How to apply to list on Knights?
You can fill in the online application form for direct listing on Knights, Launchpad/Launchpool is by invitation after the listing information is reviewed.
You will notice on the form it is not a tick this box approach, real people will look at it and if need be help you formulate an acceptable plan, this is not a machine, this is a group of dedicated digital asset specialists.
The difference is that direct listing and Launchpool are open to projects that either have tokens circulating on the market or don’t have a coin issued yet, whereas Launchpad is limited to projects that are relatively earlier stage and have not yet held a token generation event.
Please make sure that you include all the information you wish to communicate with us in the form. Please also note that we require the project founder or CEO to fill out the application, as we need to speak to the key person of the project when we encounter any issues with the listing.
Please wait patiently after applying as it needs to go through rigorous due diligence. To speed up the process, please be responsive and professional during the evaluation, never lie to us, we will find out.
What do you need to do to get your project listed?
Update your project progress to the community and us regularly (i.e., weekly or monthly). This is required even after listing on Knights;
Support Knights in your community.
YOU CAN ask our team for a status update on your application;
YOU CAN ask for a contact person. We allow projects to contact our review team we do not fear biased influence or potential bribery attempts because only Knights will ever work here;
If you want to SHILL, go ahead, you should be excited about your project on Twitter/social media/chat. You should provide regular status updates to us through the Knights listing application form (i.e., weekly);
Please note that even though your project might not be listed now, we may reconsider your application in the future when we see improvements from your project.
Who will contact you after applying?
If your project passes our initial review, a dedicated Knight will be in touch.
You can also verify whether a contact you are speaking with is an official member of Knights.
Our review team will ask additional questions. Contacting you does not guarantee your project will be listed;
Knights mandates a strict, one-way NDA at the first point of contact;
Project teams are forbidden from disclosing listing information until we issue our listing announcement. If you are eager to tell your community that you applied to Knights, you can use the image at the top of this article to say you applied to Knights;
If someone claims to have “partnerships” or “listing agreements” with Knights, they are lying or violating their agreement with us, which renders them void, you are a Knight or you are not.
How do you evaluate projects?
There are no set requirements. We want good digital assets listed on Knights, such as coins with a proven team, a useful product, and a large user base.
You should focus on user adoption. You can include the user statistics in the application form to help with our screening;
We evaluate how the team handles difficult situations, even if it is just within their own community;
Do not try to pressure us into listing your coin by spreading FUD or negative comments about Knights, or you will be blacklisted;
How much do you charge for listing fees?
The depends on what services are offered.