What is an ICO (Initial Coin Offering)?
Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is a means of 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. Read more about ICOs here.
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Following an initial coin offering campaign, the company is going to expand its mining operations by acquiring additional hydropower facilities.
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Jamie Foxx joins the list of famous crypto enthusiasts, already containing Floyd Mayweather, Luis Suarez, and Paris Hilton, promoting an ICO for Cobinhood.