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:
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Deep Learning AI predicts the cryptocurrency rates with 70%+ accuracy
The first hybrid decentralized cryptocurrency exchange
FTEC is an ecosystem of intelligent services and neural networks
Use blockchain technology to protect your creative and scientific creations.
Decentralized multifunctional processing platform for mobile games
The world's most inclusive and expansive P2P Crypto marketplace
Aiming to overcome existing environmental pollution issues, the startup has developed an innovative project for high-tech waste recycling plant construction.
John McAfee refused to promote any ICO on his Tweeter after the recent warning by SEC concerning celebrities’ pushing forward fraudulent campaigns.
Zeon, a community driven project working to solve the main problems of crypto industry, seems to have the answer to this burning question.
Revolutionary blockchain-based parcel delivery platform Triwer attempts to allow e-commerce gain considerable ground whilst removing some of the environmental concerns surrounding it.
The world’s biggest Q&A social network is getting ready for the ICO. The important addition to the ASKfm team is the leading crypto expert and co-founder of a global online investment platform.
At the Town Hall Meeting held in Atlanta, SEC Chairman delivered a speech in which he pointed out that ICOs should be considered as securites, that need regulation.