Initial Token Offering (ICO)
ICO stands for Initial Coin Offering. It means a crowdfunding to release a new cryptocurrency/project. Traditionally, the sale of tokens is organized before the cryptocurrency is released in order to raise money for technical development. ICO is notable for little or no government regulation. Learn more about ICO List below:
- Title / Description
- Opening Date
- Closing Date
- ICO Page
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Here’s a look into how the dynamics of the ICO market is changing with an increasing failure rate among the ICO projects.
The French authorities have accepted the legal ICO framework drafted in early 2018. The framework is an important part of a push to turn the country into an ICO hub.
While approximately one half of all the ICOs that took place failed, nearly 40% of them managed to raise over $1 million each.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission views cryptocurrencies and crypto-related activities including ICOs as potential threats for traditional financial markets.
Please see our report presenting data on the ICO market trends of 2018. Special focus has been placed on the analysis of movements during August 2018.
Since its inception in May 2018, Operation Cryptosweep investigates violations relating to securities fraud and investors misleading.
Please, see our report covering data on ICO market movements in 2018, with special emphasis placed on the analysis of market changes over August 2018, specifically August 20-26, 2018.