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david.h1te

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How to choose an ICO?
« on: 04. April 2018., 18:37:56 »
The growing popularity of blockchain technologies gave startups a new way to attract capital: Initial Coin Offer (ICO). During the ICO, companies offer their own crypto-currencies (tokens) to a wide range of investors to finance a project.

Unlike buying a company's stock, where investors simply acquire a share in the company, the token holder's rights may vary greatly from one ICO to another. In most cases, the buyer is entitled to a share in the company’s profit or in its internal currency. The ICO market is bustling right now, and, unfortunately, unviable or even fraudulent projects are quite numerous. How to invest in a promising start-up and not lose money?

To determine a worthy ICO common sense should suffice. You always need to understand what exactly you are getting by buying someone's coins, and what the final product will look like. if you make sure that you know the answers to these five questions before investing, your chances of success will seriously increase:
- Are all the objectives and specifications described in the white paper?
- Are the project objectives realistic?
- Does the team have expertise in blockchain?
- Does the project have a realistic road map?
- Will the tokens have any value after the ICO?

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How to choose an ICO?
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Re: How to choose an ICO?
« Reply #1 on: 10. April 2018., 11:04:47 »
U should add to your list of questions: Try to research about the background of that campaign. Waste your time in worthy things not in worthless things.
Focus in the concept and idea of project and how it make differentiate from others.The team have big role if there is no competitive team the ICO will be weak, Either they responding properly and how communicate with investors and participants.Other things should focus like road map, Hard cap and good ICO fulfill the commitments. Have more patience in looking a good and effective campaign.

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Re: How to choose an ICO?
« Reply #2 on: 10. April 2018., 11:06:50 »
oh, there are so many different ICO at the same time, and I believe most of them are scam project.

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Re: How to choose an ICO?
« Reply #3 on: 11. April 2018., 13:12:23 »
I'm proposing to establish and store medical records on the block chain. The market potential is YUGE hundreds of billions.
Token is EHR. Cap is $10 million USD.
I'll have white paper up soon.
interested?

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Re: How to choose an ICO?
« Reply #4 on: 11. April 2018., 13:17:12 »
Nice joke. I like thinking about stuff though.

As useful as it would be, it would take way the fcuk less money to do the technical work and way the fcuk more money to do the soft-skills work of getting everyone to actually use the new system. Of course, you also wouldn't use a fcuking coin for it since it's just a spec atop Swarm.

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Re: How to choose an ICO?
« Reply #5 on: 13. April 2018., 16:00:56 »
I can recommend you look up at this ICO rating, they collect all crypto crowd sales in one place. ICO marketing still remains an “open field", and those who deal with it act on the basis of their experience, intuition and talent. At the moment, the ICO is in a grey area in terms of international law, but we should not expect that it will always be the same: regulation will catch up with technology - just as it was with bitcoin exchanges. It is obvious that the processes are coming to order and soon it will be possible to make definite conclusions on this issue.

 

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