ICO’s

Initial Coin Offerings (ICO’s) are a system of crowdfunding methods made possible by cryptocurrencies, especially with the introduction of smart contracts and easily generated tokens.

During the height of the ICO era, we covered several innovative projects that appeared on the scene. You’ll find those articles below.

Although the ICO market has cooled a lot since 2017, we occasionally still find a gem that we feel should covered in this section.

Benefits of Investing In ICO This Year [Medipedia, Closed 2020] by @Gal
2020 Update Medipedia has decided to return ICO funds as they did not reach the soft cap. According to the last notice found on the medipedia.io website, they were now going...
How to choose a blockchain project to invest in by @Gal
Nowadays there’s so many projects that have very distinctive features, solve various problems and use different approaches. If you’re interested in the new technologies, you p...
Token Investing: The Balance Between Liquidity and Longevity by @Gal
One of the perhaps overreaching promises of token crowdsales is buyer and investor liquidity. It is what separates token sales from other investment types (yes, they likely are in...
Shoud I participate in an ICO? What should I look out for? by @Gal
ICOs are crowdfunding events where a startup raises funds by emitting cryptocurrency coins or tokens. Investors become anonymous partners in the startup by buying tokens while bet...
Understand cryptocurrency and ICO bounties by @Gal
If you follow interesting cryptocurrency projects on forums and social media then you've likely seen the term "bounty" appear every now and then. What is this bounty they refer to...
Understand what a DAICO is and why it’s an attractive concept for investors by @Gal
A DAICO is a Distributed and Autonomous ICO. This is an evolution of the concept of ICO where the entire process is decentralized, with all its business rules encoded into a smart...
How do ICOs work? by @Gal
ICO's are the cryptocurrency world's equivalent of stock market IPO's. The crowdfunding concept, made popular in the late 1990's by rock bands seeking support for independent albu...