We would like to introduce the Lemonade Protocol, the DeFi service of Ledgis Network.

About Lemonade

Lemonade Protocol is a DeFi comprehensive protocol operating on the Ledgis mainnet. Lemonade was launched to help monetize LED holders.
You can stake LED stored in your wallet, and you can receive two coins, LED and LEM, just by staking.

Advantages of the Lemonade Protocol

No Staking Fee

Lemonade does not require fees from stakers who contribute to the ecosystem through staking. The rewards paid by staking are fully returned to the staker.

Fast transaction processing speed

Lemonade guarantees 3,000 TPS verified in real use cases.

Service list

  1. 1.
    LEDGIS Wallet You can easily manage the assets in your wallet.
  2. 2.
    Stake By freezing (staking) assets on the network under certain conditions, you can contribute to the ecosystem and receive rewards for it. *Contribution to the ecosystem through staking: As the number of the staking increases, the number of coins in circulation decreases. In return, the value of the coin increases.
  3. 3.
    Bridge Coins from other blockchain networks can be exchanged for Ledgis mainnet coins.
  4. 4.
    Pool You can deposit your coins in the pool and make a profit from pool transaction fees and LEM rewards.
  5. 5.
    Swap Coins in the Lemonade Pool can be bought and sold immediately at any time.
  6. 6.
    Long/Short Battle You have a betting battle to match the rise/fall of the Bitcoin price with the LED coins you have. If you win the bet, you can make a profit


  • Develop staking protocol
  • Develop crosschain bridge
  • Develop P2P cryptocurrency trading DEX platform
  • Develop oracle contract for cryptocurrency market
  • Develop P2P cryptocurrency deposit/loan protocol
  • Develop cryptocurrency comprehensive platform


If you use Lemonade, you are deemed to have understood and agreed to the following.
  • Lemonade Protocol (hereafter 'Lemonade') is a decentralized application (DApp) that utilizes Ledgis chain as a platform. Users can use the service by connecting their own Ledgis wallet with Lemonade.
  • Assets that can be utilized in Lemonade follow the form of Ledgis Compatible Token (LCT) issued on the Ledgis chain.
  • Users must accurately check the asset type and address (Username) when they deposit and withdraw assets from Lemonade. Assets can be lost if a user deposits an asset of a type that is not supported by the Ledgis Chain, or if an address is not entered or entered incorrectly. Lemonade is a decentralized application that does not centrally manage the private keys of user assets, so recovery and technical support are not available for the wrong deposit.
  • All figures displayed on the website are estimates and do not guarantee the timeliness, suitability or accuracy of the information. In particular, the rate of return is an estimate on an annualized basis of the distributed rewards , and is not a guarantee of a fixed rate. Lemonade strives to provide accurate information in real time as much as possible, but the expected rate of return may differ from the actual rate of return due to price fluctuations of distributed tokens and delays in transaction processing.
  • Lemonade users should review the related documentation before using Lemonade to determine how Lemonade works and to make sure it is working properly.
  • Lemonade is provided 'as is' without warranty of any kind. The Lemonade team developed most of the initial code to serve Lemonade, but they do not own Lemonade itself, which runs in a decentralized environment.
  • Future upgrades and modifications of Lemonade will be managed through its own community, which holds ‘Lemon Token,' the governance token. Therefore, we do not guarantee the continuity of the functions and services being used. Functions of Lemonade may be added or permanently deleted at any point, and the service may be discontinued or changed.
  • No developer or entity involved in making Lemonade is liable for any damages or claims for money, tokens, or anything else of value. Nor shall we be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, specific or punitive damages arising out of your interactions with other users within Lemonade.
  • Lemonade users should carefully evaluate and consider the risk of loss before proceeding with the transaction at their own risk and judgment.

Enjoy Lemonade, the sweet profit!

Last modified 2mo ago