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Title: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: mahimonliner on February 05, 2018, 09:34:41 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: lutcor on February 07, 2018, 11:21:02 AM
This is a rather difficult process and it takes a long time. As far as I understand, you need to carefully read about the project in white paper. Then look at the development team, because the development team will depend on how successful the project will be.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: JasonCroper on February 07, 2018, 11:26:07 AM
Great opinion. Thanks for your post.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: sultanali on February 07, 2018, 11:27:32 AM
Thanks for sharing this amazing information it will help many newbies to understand more about ICO and check how to see if they are valid or not I also follow these steps to check if the ICO is good or not.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: superloy on February 07, 2018, 11:36:40 AM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Nice guide for choosing a good ICO.
For me, spotting good ICOs although quite difficult but I usually landed on their Telegraph Channel because the strength of the community what makes good reputation of a company or an ICO.
Good ICOs have no funding issues because companies are going to take care the funding and they will earn a lot more after the ICO will be successful. That's why we're going to see those ICO as in coinmarketcap.com and other Cryptocurrency related websites. Scam ICOs have no funding and could not advertise their project in any major Cryptocurrency sites.
Good ICOs are hiring and paying Veteran and Higher ranked bounty campaign managers that's why the bounty campaigns of Mr. Sylon, Needmoney, Yahoo and other good bounty campaign managers' ICOs are more successful than Newbie or Jr. Members. ICOs that are being managed by Newbies and Jr. Members are more likely scams.

Sorry brother, Merit System is a failure of this forum. I would even let it decay than giving it to others who don't care your 3rd language because English isn't my native language.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: emmanborromeo67 on February 07, 2018, 11:40:17 AM
For me if i choose good ico is depends of a road map of a ico and the manager of the ico is trusted if the rank are big and the trust rating is good the the ico are great.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: mahimonliner on February 07, 2018, 11:42:57 AM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Nice guide for choosing a good ICO.
For me, spotting good ICOs although quite difficult but I usually landed on their Telegraph Channel because the strength of the community what makes good reputation of a company or an ICO.
Good ICOs have no funding issues because companies are going to take care the funding and they will earn a lot more after the ICO will be successful. That's why we're going to see those ICO as in coinmarketcap.com and other Cryptocurrency related websites. Scam ICOs have no funding and could not advertise their project in any major Cryptocurrency sites.
Good ICOs are hiring and paying Veteran and Higher ranked bounty campaign managers that's why the bounty campaigns of Mr. Sylon, Needmoney, Yahoo and other good bounty campaign managers' ICOs are more successful than Newbie or Jr. Members. ICOs that are being managed by Newbies and Jr. Members are more likely scams.

Sorry brother, Merit System is a failure of this forum. I would even let it decay than giving it to others who don't care your 3rd language because English isn't my native language.
Thanks for passing by and yes telegram and social medias are great way of judging any ico.
Merit system is not appreciated by so many members, it doesnt always defines the quality of a member.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: ok bozz on February 07, 2018, 11:53:46 AM
if I am alone to know an ico is good or not I usually see from tokens sold if many tokens sold or already exceed the target of the project in my opinion it is good and most ico now has exceeded the target of the project.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: macchiato on February 07, 2018, 12:00:31 PM
Newbies won't be able to easily distinguish fake ICOs and this guideline will be very helpful to them. It takes time to know the clues of fake ICOs and an added hint is you need to know the credibility of the campaign manager handling the ICO. ICO investment is the new trend nowadays and it is extremely important to be careful. The money you put on something are risked by your decisions, do not rush and just put your money on a good-sounding ICO name. Learn its background and verify its authenticity.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: carlowell on February 07, 2018, 12:00:55 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Nice guide for choosing a good ICO.
For me, spotting good ICOs although quite difficult but I usually landed on their Telegraph Channel because the strength of the community what makes good reputation of a company or an ICO.
Good ICOs have no funding issues because companies are going to take care the funding and they will earn a lot more after the ICO will be successful. That's why we're going to see those ICO as in coinmarketcap.com and other Cryptocurrency related websites. Scam ICOs have no funding and could not advertise their project in any major Cryptocurrency sites.
Good ICOs are hiring and paying Veteran and Higher ranked bounty campaign managers that's why the bounty campaigns of Mr. Sylon, Needmoney, Yahoo and other good bounty campaign managers' ICOs are more successful than Newbie or Jr. Members. ICOs that are being managed by Newbies and Jr. Members are more likely scams.

Sorry brother, Merit System is a failure of this forum. I would even let it decay than giving it to others who don't care your 3rd language because English isn't my native language.
Thanks for passing by and yes telegram and social medias are great way of judging any ico.
Merit system is not appreciated by so many members, it doesnt always defines the quality of a member.

Good ICOs can be spotted on social media and top applications ads and I often see ICOs on Facebook, Messengers and also the above mentioned in major Cryptocurrency related sites like www.coinmarketcap.com etc.
Because the members of the social media community are hardly faked and you need to invest a lot of time and hardware resources if you want to fake the Telegram Channel.
Yes, Merit system isn't appreciated because I noticed that only higher ranks are often exchanges sMerits due to they are almost fluent in english as being said that most members in this forum English isn't our native language.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: busua on February 07, 2018, 12:04:14 PM
I participated in a lot of ICO, encountered a hundredfold, also encountered runway project, summed up the experience, novel, hot, unique are relatively easy to be successful, some unknown, the team And technology are not mature should be carefully considered, and secondly, do not put the eggs in a basket


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Bryan13 on February 07, 2018, 12:06:30 PM
We dont exactly know a good ico but the first thing you need to do before investing in any ico project is check the project roadmap know the team behind the project. Then check if the project have a thread in this forum because it will help to you if the project is real or scam.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: kololo on February 07, 2018, 12:06:56 PM
I think there are some parts we should consided in a investment.

The first is the team. Invest in a project is invest in a person. If the people in the project is worth to invest, it is half sucess in that.

The second is the relationship between the project with blockchain. Is the project must based on blockchain?

The last is use of token. Is there must has a token in the project?


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: cryptoblue77 on February 07, 2018, 12:09:33 PM
You have to research on the net, you would get tons of information about ICOs. You have to read white paper of various ICOs to know about the projects.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: herurist on February 07, 2018, 12:11:23 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Your post is right but most people will not do what like your post because the point is, just follow the dev team activity and if has full progress, replace our money into it. You have to understand ICO is new product and need more proof to get trust from us. I see people only see from concept and roadmap, if the goal is realistic and than put our money into it. I do that and not waste my time to research.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Ralphson on February 07, 2018, 12:16:51 PM
ICOs are becoming numerous nowadays.Though it is a cool way to make money but you also stand a risk of losing your funds...Before you put your hard earned money into any ico,conduct a good ressearch about the token. find out the project backing the coin..the project should be able to solve a problem...the team behind the project should be professionals with good reputation.read their roadmap and white paper well..follow them on social media..and above all invest what you can afford to lose.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Xerox101 on February 07, 2018, 12:20:10 PM
The best way to choose the good ICO was to study first the back ground and history of that ICO. Then learn how it works and how its trend in the market. If you learn that then you can decide what will be the best ICO for you to invest.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Marco Ambrusini on February 07, 2018, 12:23:12 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Your post is right but most people will not do what like your post because the point is, just follow the dev team activity and if has full progress, replace our money into it. You have to understand ICO is new product and need more proof to get trust from us. I see people only see from concept and roadmap, if the goal is realistic and than put our money into it. I do that and not waste my time to research.

Doing some in-depth research on the team background is also very neccesary and what the project seeks to solve.ICO's with prototype and already existing products has high potential of becoming a success.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Sebas.tian on February 07, 2018, 12:31:17 PM
There are many good ICO out there but there are also many good actors(scammers). So you have to be careful in choosing ICO. For me,some websites like ICObench.com,ICOtrack. com can be your reference in finding good ICOs. These websites rate ICOs according to their own resources. But of course,this will only serves as your reference,you need to research on your own. Read their whitepaper and check if the identity of the developers are true. With this way,you can verify if the ICO is good or not.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: JasonCroper on February 07, 2018, 12:35:28 PM
Thanks for your offer. It is very useful for a newbie.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Hexcolyte on February 07, 2018, 12:47:55 PM
Some great tips there! Also remember to think deeply if a blockchain is really needed, and if it is possible to implement with the current capability of the team, check their roadmap as well to make sure they are doing careful research before starting a crowdfunding.

Unfortunately I can't give smerit anymore, already given all of mine away.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: JuniAiko on February 07, 2018, 12:57:49 PM
I've invested a bit into XinFin (XDCE ERC20 token) :D Its a Singapore based project; a country that is very friendly towards Crypto-fine-tech, and supports crypto innovations and development + a strong legal system that is harsh on scammers, so this one feels quite safe to me. Their vision looks pretty promising too + there were other Singapore based projects that have seen success, such as QTUM, and VeChain, etc.

Here's there're link btw.
http://xinfin.io/


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: anti-scam on February 07, 2018, 01:13:07 PM
I always stay away from ICO with pantastic prices, they take huge profits with some advertising. then disappear like a symmetry.
everyone is interested to join but unexpectedly this ICO is a scam.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: chocochild on February 07, 2018, 01:18:11 PM
Good icos are commonly packed with people. follow someone who always do icos if youre a beginner find your adviser so you wont mess in things.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: khichariya1 on February 07, 2018, 01:29:59 PM
Exactly know a good ico but the first thing you need to do before investing in any ico project is check the project road map know the team behind the project. Then check if the project have a thread in this forum because it will help to you if the project is real or scam.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: automail on February 07, 2018, 01:38:53 PM
There are websites that can help you find a good ICO. You can always google it. I prefer using https://www.coinschedule.com/ because the website is self explanatory and it shows the percentage of the token sold per ICO. The disadvantage of this site is that not all of the ICO's are listed. I don't know why but maybe there are a lot of ICO's for them to cover. There's also a rating and a brief description of the ICO on this site so its like all in one swoop when you are researching. Also, check the background of the ICO manager. It helps a lot.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Nisansala on February 07, 2018, 03:28:04 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Thanks very much dear. This is very helpful for me. those days i also find good ICOs. i think  8)Tradove ICO 8) is good. what about your idea ???
Tradove have great concept and great Team. And also they have great investors. i think Tradove is great.
Could you tell me about your opinion about Tradove. Once again thanks very much this information about "How to choose a good ICO"
Here the sources
  • Web Site : https://bbcoin.tradove.com/ or  https://tradove.com/login
  • White Paper : https://bbcoin.tradove.com/doc/TraDove%20Global%20B2B%20Token%20Offering%20White%20Paper.pdf
  • Twitter : https://twitter.com/B2B_SocialNetwk
  • Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/tradove/


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: marktedraut on February 07, 2018, 03:33:27 PM
I strongly agree with what you have written here. However, add to it that prior to an investment, a person needs to read TONS of articles regarding ICO's. Without this preparation, there is a very good possibility that the ROI might be lower than expected. :) For example, I always check the whitepaper, potential partners, the historic cost of the company, and the reviews about it (vouching for media literacy, of course). Additionally, it is a good idea to invest in smaller projects, as their fluctuations are less likely to be that striking. For example, I've bought Monero, Restart Energy, Cointed, and Giftz. The first two are already sold out, but the latter two are still on the market. Cointed is formed by their partnership with Nvidia and TAS Group, and the ICO focuses on Crypto ATMs and Green Mining. Giftz, on the other hand, is an ongoing ICO that introduced a rewards system into the blockchain, along with Augmented Reality. Their partners are BlockV, which vouches for their credibility. When you purchase the token, you get buying power into your Giftz Card, which you can use later to buy various market offerings.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: duyduc256 on February 07, 2018, 03:37:55 PM
I strongly agree with what you have written here. However, add to it that prior to an investment, a person needs to read TONS of articles regarding ICO's. Without this preparation, there is a very good possibility that the ROI might be lower than expected. :) For example, I always check the whitepaper, potential partners, the historic cost of the company, and the reviews about it (vouching for media literacy, of course). Additionally, it is a good idea to invest in smaller projects, as their fluctuations are less likely to be that striking. For example, I've bought Monero, Restart Energy, Cointed, and Giftz. The first two are already sold out, but the latter two are still on the market. Cointed is formed by their partnership with Nvidia and TAS Group, and the ICO focuses on Crypto ATMs and Green Mining. Giftz, on the other hand, is an ongoing ICO that introduced a rewards system into the blockchain, along with Augmented Reality. Their partners are BlockV, which vouches for their credibility. When you purchase the token, you get buying power into your Giftz Card, which you can use later to buy various market offerings.
Well that is all that is needed to test a good or not good project. This is a problem that almost new members of the bitcointalk forum are wondering. Your articles are really good quality and helpful for those newbies.
Sometimes I have encountered some bad projects, they rob all my efforts. That feeling is so bad and I do not want the new members to get the same situation. Thank you very much for your article.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: jeremycoinson on February 07, 2018, 03:38:51 PM
I strongly agree with what you have written here. However, add to it that prior to an investment, a person needs to read TONS of articles regarding ICO's. Without this preparation, there is a very good possibility that the ROI might be lower than expected. :) For example, I always check the whitepaper, potential partners, the historic cost of the company, and the reviews about it (vouching for media literacy, of course). Additionally, it is a good idea to invest in smaller projects, as their fluctuations are less likely to be that striking. For example, I've bought Monero, Restart Energy, Cointed, and Giftz. The first two are already sold out, but the latter two are still on the market. Cointed is formed by their partnership with Nvidia and TAS Group, and the ICO focuses on Crypto ATMs and Green Mining. Giftz, on the other hand, is an ongoing ICO that introduced a rewards system into the blockchain, along with Augmented Reality. Their partners are BlockV, which vouches for their credibility. When you purchase the token, you get buying power into your Giftz Card, which you can use later to buy various market offerings.

I've also bought CTD and Giftz, lol. Both are very good. I kinda regret not being able to buy Monero and Restart Energy though... You might be interested in AgroTechFarm - https://www.agrotechfarm.io It is an ICO focusing on home cultivation and appliances of cannabis.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: agiskasep on February 07, 2018, 03:39:12 PM
i don't know i just see the review like icoreview.site. if there the trust are high i'm invested in that ICO. very simple


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: 1cak on February 07, 2018, 03:39:58 PM
I think to determine which ico is the best, try reading and understanding the whitepaper carefully, looking at some articles or reviews about the project, and the developer


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: TedWalker91 on February 08, 2018, 10:36:14 AM
I strongly agree with what you have written here. However, add to it that prior to an investment, a person needs to read TONS of articles regarding ICO's. Without this preparation, there is a very good possibility that the ROI might be lower than expected. :) For example, I always check the whitepaper, potential partners, the historic cost of the company, and the reviews about it (vouching for media literacy, of course). Additionally, it is a good idea to invest in smaller projects, as their fluctuations are less likely to be that striking. For example, I've bought Monero, Restart Energy, Cointed, and Giftz. The first two are already sold out, but the latter two are still on the market. Cointed is formed by their partnership with Nvidia and TAS Group, and the ICO focuses on Crypto ATMs and Green Mining. Giftz, on the other hand, is an ongoing ICO that introduced a rewards system into the blockchain, along with Augmented Reality. Their partners are BlockV, which vouches for their credibility. When you purchase the token, you get buying power into your Giftz Card, which you can use later to buy various market offerings.

I've also bought CTD and Giftz, lol. Both are very good. I kinda regret not being able to buy Monero and Restart Energy though... You might be interested in AgroTechFarm - https://www.agrotechfarm.io It is an ICO focusing on home cultivation and appliances of cannabis.

Those are some really good suggestions. Personally I don't know all of them but I will do my research on it. I already know Cointed and Giftz, I'm a huge supporter of both, Monero I bought long time ago and have been hodling since. Time to check out AgroTechFarm, I'm not really into agricultural stuff but I'll give the whitepaper a shot. Thanks for the tips!


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: zhangcaisbsbn55 on February 08, 2018, 10:39:31 AM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.
Thanks for your advice and I will make more money with it.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Thadeous on February 08, 2018, 10:45:16 AM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Thanks for this small but really useful guide!

What I would add here is:
6) If you are not completely sure in the ICO, do not enter it at pre-sale stage. Just wait, repeating p2-p5 until you are completely sure.
Remember: no discount worse total money loss.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: CryptoDan_ on February 08, 2018, 10:50:06 AM
Research, research, research. Gotta know the people behind the ICOs, proof of concept and professionally designed website and community management (especially on Telegram). Reach out to the developers and ask questions yourself.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: cryptoimal86 on February 08, 2018, 11:05:10 AM
One more thing. Do a research about project team. you can get the idea about project from project team background. "Daneel" is the one of good project that I did a research about. It has good solution for trading signal issues. if any one interest about the Daneel do a research.

           web Site - https://daneel.io/
           blog - https://medium.com/@daneel_project
           twitter - https://twitter.com/daneelproject
           FB - https://www.facebook.com/daneelproject
           telegram - https://t.me/DaneelCommunity


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: boonsterx on February 08, 2018, 11:09:08 AM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

I totally agree with you that picking a good ICO is not easy. Gone are the days when any ICO will jump 10x or more. Nowadays we have to be picky when we choose the ICO to invest in.

I would like to add a few ideas into how to pick a good ICO on top of your solution.

6. Invest in ICO which are building solutions/platforms/business that are relevant to the blockchain; not ICO that are merely using ICO as a funding mechanism.
7. Look for team members who have a strong crypto background or have been involved in past ICO successes.
8. Look for advisors who are reputable in the crypto world.
9. Most importantly, look for ICO that have a hardcap of less than 40mil.

These are just some criteria that i used on top of what you mention to choose ICO.

I find that success begets success and teams with members that have previous success tend to be able to attract more investors. And I also find that ICO that have huge ambitious targets.. especially above $50mil, tend to not reach their targets. But of course there are some exceptions. So unless the ICO has some strong backing from VC or reputable big private investors, I will tend to stay away.

 


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Farmcoin on February 08, 2018, 12:38:14 PM
In my opinion, it will be very difficult to determine a good ICO. But if you rely on certain criteria, you can approximately know wether this is a worthy project. You can pay attention to the design of the site, the idea that it was unique and unique in its kind, the number of tokens that they release on te market, capitalization, the team.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Thadeous on February 08, 2018, 07:38:42 PM
In my opinion, it will be very difficult to determine a good ICO. But if you rely on certain criteria, you can approximately know wether this is a worthy project. You can pay attention to the design of the site, the idea that it was unique and unique in its kind, the number of tokens that they release on te market, capitalization, the team.

It's definitely difficult to detect the right ICO. But it's still possible. There is a number of ICO tracking and analyzing resources like IcoDrops, IcoBench, IcoBox that can give you additional information about upcoming and active ICOs.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Genemind on February 08, 2018, 07:41:08 PM
There's a lot of good ICO. It really depends on the product or the aim of the project. Add the marketing strategy, activities, devotion, hard work and continuous development of the team. Most ICOs that has an active marketing and active development team have a successful ICO. As an investor, you should always do your own research before investing.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Ging on February 08, 2018, 07:44:34 PM
to be honest it has been a while since i have looked for new ico but just so you know here the standards that i use to participate in an ico either through a bounty program or by fund investing i look for three things: first the dev team and their background second the idea of the ico itself is it promising and inventive and at last but not least the crypto-community and how they interact with it and that what is inmost of time important to me.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: creeps on February 08, 2018, 07:48:08 PM
I always stay away from ICO with pantastic prices, they take huge profits with some advertising. then disappear like a symmetry.
everyone is interested to join but unexpectedly this ICO is a scam.

The price can also be a factor to know if the ICO are good since for me it should be reasonable. Study carefully the project, sometime those who are already a running business success on their ICO. You can also look for the campaign manager if its good for sure the project is fine.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Dizzy89 on February 08, 2018, 07:52:59 PM
Well for me I have actually came up with a theory over the years. The first thing I usually do is to check the ICO site, white paper and everything the ICO has to offer, thereafter join their telegram group, from there I will move on


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Xcvbkol on February 08, 2018, 07:56:02 PM
I think that bankroll management is very important. I'm interested in the importance of a smart contract in choosing a project


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: kruzer200 on February 08, 2018, 09:02:43 PM
Useful information, although the most important thing is to find out about the coin and do not trust the simple words of others


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: cryptorusin on February 09, 2018, 01:12:50 PM
To try to predict whether a coin is popular, it is necessary to understand the purpose of the coin


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: BillCoin on February 09, 2018, 01:25:48 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

I will make few addons.
When you invest in an ICO check the team that is behind the ICO.
Sometimes you assume that the ICO is good from just that idea, but the team that is behind the ICO is unknown and will probably won't be able to ship a finished product,morever, sometimes the team is already known for bad things, such project started but unfinshed, or team is known for scamming.



Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: madushanperis11 on February 09, 2018, 05:46:07 PM
As far as I know, ICO is a double sided sword, you can cut thing like butter but there is a chance you get cut yourself if do not handle it correctly. In Crypto field or not, when you are going to do an investment, there are lot of things you should do. Take your time, ICOs display messages to urge you to invest, but do not get caught by their traps. There are lot of scammers doing huge campaigns and looks very promising at a glance. You have to take your own risk. Helpful post.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: umar22pk on February 09, 2018, 05:54:48 PM
To choose a good ICO is not an easy task, but if you follow some tips then you will be near to choose a good ICO.

Firstly you have to collect some information about mentioned ICO, white paper or social media whatever.
Then you try to know about team that how they are experienced & how they are working on their idea.

To following these steps you are near to choose a good ICO, but please invest that amount which you can bearÖcause risk factor is not zero.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: juragane on February 09, 2018, 06:07:53 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

I think you should look at the review or team behind the ICO because most ICO today often appear fake ICO so should be more careful.
and the tips you give are very useful for beginners like me.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: yunuzov on February 09, 2018, 06:15:12 PM
Good ICOs are hard to find in todayís crypto world. There are hundreds of them around but only few of them worth to invest in. If you can find those they will bring good profit to you. You should be very picky and study those campaigns hard. Analyze everything about them. If you think itís a trustworthy project with good potential it definitely worths to invest in.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: icoprofits on February 09, 2018, 06:32:30 PM
One of important rule for ICO to invest is they should attend blockchain conferences and be in platform where all icos get attention so that ico is transparent and expected to work for long-term


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: DanielRR1997 on February 09, 2018, 06:34:09 PM
You want to do your due diligence and research the ICO before even considering investing. Some things I do are:

1-Look up the developers and important lead roles on LinkedIn, GitHub, Twitter, etc. If you can't find consistent accounts with names, faces, and past projects, this is a BIG red flag that the ICO may be a scam.

2-Read the white paper! Yes, this takes time. Yes, it can be complicated. Still, this is a great way to understand your investment BEFORE YOU INVEST.

3- Ask questions. Reddit, slack channels, email, whatever; give the devs a poke and ask about the project. r/ethtrader is generally a good jumping-off point.

4-Check out the project code. See if development has been progressing, dig into the code itself if you're a programmer. Since many projects built on Ethereum are open-source, it's not unheard of that a company copies parts or even entire projects.. cough Monaco


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Rana590 on February 09, 2018, 06:37:57 PM
There are many ico available in this time but all are not good. You should choice right ico for investment. You can see their website, white paper and team. See their social media links and all others connection. Hopefully you will be able to choice right one.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Jobbernowl on February 09, 2018, 06:42:31 PM
I just invest in those ICOs that was chosen by as much top bloggers as can (like Ian Balina or TheGobOne). I also check how high hype level because tokens need to be sold out in few minutes or with whitelist only to get you good and fast reward. Thats all!


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Prodigye on February 09, 2018, 06:51:50 PM
This is a good guide but I think you should add one: to check the public's engagement, hyped ICOs usually do better.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: TeamDeedCoin on February 09, 2018, 07:47:48 PM
ICOs should be weighed by their ethics!  ;D

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2893240.msg29802781#msg29802781


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: BlackWidow on February 09, 2018, 08:03:49 PM
To study the project . Look what they offer, and whether they already have a prototype , it is definitely a plus . ICO good enough , but it is better to study everything thoroughly


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Tamim121 on February 09, 2018, 08:30:02 PM
In this time too many ico are available. But you need to choose the right on for investment and if you to get profit. Personally I choose  ico by seeing team, road map, social media, white paper etc. Hope that you can choose good ICO by following those.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: GuiDonK on February 09, 2018, 08:32:01 PM
Images and names of all developers on project, coins developed and released by hidden developers are way more likely to be scam or eventually loosing overall value. A good sign is team with experianced members who produced previously successful projects.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: wendybean on February 16, 2018, 10:11:33 AM
Thank you for such a great explanation, there is no doubt a very proper use of your research work to invest into some good ICOs without being fooled. But donít you think that there are people who will try to misguide you?

For e.g. I have currently participated in HashGains ICO, I checked everything and purchased their tokens, and after that, I joined their telegram group and what I found was various people using the admin's name texting me from the same group and asking to transfer some of my funds to other address. I was convinced at a point but then again read the text, as they were scams and trying to take some portion of my investment.

This shook my trust and I deliberately started inquiring them when will my tokens get transferred. One of the admin took things personally and within 2 hours my tokens reflected in the dashboard.

People literally are posting them a scam, but I have received my tokens already.

Thus, it is good if you do a proper investigation of the project and their scope in the future and beware of fake people who are trying to fool you in the name of the company. Directly Contact the firm through their portal or their media channels where they are present officially and stay away from the scammers


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Tonygold1967 on February 16, 2018, 10:21:43 AM
Yes good to read, I would also add that team is important and looking through comparing web-pages, they are often useful, but pay attention that rating should not be paid.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Koios AI on February 16, 2018, 10:24:39 AM
I'm curious what people look for when they mention "a good team".

For instance, I am launching my own ICO soon. I am not planning on launching my product with a large marketing team or a panel of advisors because I've actually run multi-million dollar businesses in the past and am also a certified developer and enterprise architect.

I work for Google right now and am heavily interested in blockchain and A.I.

If you took a look at my site: www.koios.ai would anyone actually invest in the project at first glance?


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: cryptojac17 on February 16, 2018, 10:50:24 AM
I'm curious what people look for when they mention "a good team".

For instance, I am launching my own ICO soon. I am not planning on launching my product with a large marketing team or a panel of advisors because I've actually run multi-million dollar businesses in the past and am also a certified developer and enterprise architect.

I work for Google right now and am heavily interested in blockchain and A.I.

If you took a look at my site: www.koios.ai would anyone actually invest in the project at first glance?
Yeah actually being a expert of marketing it does not mean that you donít need a team because most of project has a team working with it , because one of the criteria that investors are looking is the good team working the project specially their credentials.to be recognized as a legit project their must be a team working with it.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Koios AI on February 16, 2018, 11:50:15 AM
I'm curious what people look for when they mention "a good team".

For instance, I am launching my own ICO soon. I am not planning on launching my product with a large marketing team or a panel of advisors because I've actually run multi-million dollar businesses in the past and am also a certified developer and enterprise architect.

I work for Google right now and am heavily interested in blockchain and A.I.

If you took a look at my site: www.koios.ai would anyone actually invest in the project at first glance?
Yeah actually being a expert of marketing it does not mean that you donít need a team because most of project has a team working with it , because one of the criteria that investors are looking is the good team working the project specially their credentials.to be recognized as a legit project their must be a team working with it.

I'm not sure you quite understood me. I am not going to be employing a large marketing team or a set of advisors. I've built products for large tech companies before and I want to keep the team as small as possible in the formative stage. Quantity doesn't necessarily mean quality.

But if a large team is what the general investor community are looking for then I guess my project won't be of interest to them as I'm keeping the numbers small on purpose. Appreciate your input though, thank you very much :)


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: tonmoycrypto on February 16, 2018, 12:18:49 PM
Need to carefully read about the project in white paper.good ico is depends of a road map of a ico .The best way to choose the good ICO was to study first the back ground and history of that ICO.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: QCT on February 19, 2018, 12:13:17 PM
Check the team, reach out to them and communicate. Check the white paper, especially terms of the token sale, token allocation and road map. Take into account if there's any product already. Monitor their activity on different conferences and in social networks... In other words, monitor the project closely for some time. If you consider a good investment, of cource, not just $200-300


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: coinsocieties on February 19, 2018, 12:19:41 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

This is a good advice me ether dont follow in some sugestions only by any people in the internet they are also promoting that ICO. The most good option is to study and read more about the whitepaper and people who back up this project.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: thorium232 on February 20, 2018, 06:22:48 PM
KickCity project plans to develop itself into a global network with a decentralized platform that brings people into communities based on the principle of reward. It is worth to pay much attention to information of this company and take an active part in its development.    Token Sale begins on 1st March 2018.  Why not?


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Vart4varta on February 28, 2018, 10:16:58 AM
One of the key problems of many ICO projects is the inconsistency of the declared plans and real opportunities. The project can be revolutionary in nature, but not feasible on the technical side.

How can I check this? You should carefully study the white paper of the project. Even if you are not well versed in the relevant topic, the lack of structured and detailed information on the implementation of the project will catch your eye.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: KXC247 on February 28, 2018, 06:45:54 PM
Their are many criteria when choosing an ICO. you need to look at several factors like, the team( how solid the team are), the token metrics , whether it has a working product or about to be launched , nice website , good social media presence ( telegram, twitter, Facebook ) exposure, and also, the amount to raise.

These are the factors while trying to choose a good ICO.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Midsign on February 28, 2018, 06:49:33 PM
To choose a good ICO, you check some criterias

Team
Project
Total token supply
Adoption
Does it have a working product ?

Their would be more but this can serve as a starting point


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: scaledem on February 28, 2018, 06:50:55 PM
Check if there is a "TEAM" tab, and investigate on the team.

Also Ethereum is kind of framework, the company should have a beta or something already otherwise I dont know what they are coding.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: mdayonliner on February 28, 2018, 07:17:05 PM
~~~
well-thought on the post. I wish I could sMerit.

Sorry brother, Merit System is a failure of this forum.
- It's not a failure in fact it already done a great deal of improvement. The idea of merit bringing on the table was very much necessary for the forum however you can blame the application label. It needs to be improvise to work better (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3033480.0).


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: onesalt on February 28, 2018, 07:42:10 PM
Look at the team, make research, look if the people in the team are even real or information about them are real (there are many scams), check the previous projects of the team and their process. The key point is making research, not taking advices in any forum and take action accordingly, but pure research.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: melekseverce on February 28, 2018, 07:47:27 PM
Well, firstly we have to say, that every ICO have 4 stages of development. Before the starting ICO research you have to understand that stages.

Let me explain:

Stage 1. Just an idea. People do not have anything. People create a branch, make lending and moving forward :) You will be surprised, but such projects even collect money!

Stage 2. The White paper. Slightly deeper - people wrote an article, described their project. It is easier here - you can assess the adequacy of the authors and the possibility of implementing the idea. Understand the quality of the material.

Stage 3. The stage where the project has Github, and the minimum code (any working prototype will work).

Stage 4. With the full operation of the project and the software, and people need additional liquidity.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Denies on February 28, 2018, 07:52:00 PM


in essence it really should be as you say. but not everyone is trying to do it
basic knowledge is the most important part of any investigation and analysis. experience plays an important role to compare ico who really has a good chance. I myself am still learning that


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: peterthegreat on February 28, 2018, 07:52:24 PM
To choose a good ICO, you check some criterias

Team
Project
Total token supply
Adoption
Does it have a working product ?

Their would be more but this can serve as a starting point
This sums up everything you need to check before investing in an ICO. Team and idea is the most important.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Lpim01 on February 28, 2018, 07:56:05 PM
Due to the fast growing development of crypto, we cant escaped from some groups of people destroying the image of this community. FUDs and scam projects are coming out. We cant imagine how fast to make money in crypto and some individuals may just make a way to benefits from others especially to those people who are new in here. It takes time for them to learn and they might get educated from their experience.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: legenduim on March 02, 2018, 12:59:03 PM
I trust people not the companies and projects. On my mind it is much better to pay attention first of all on the team of developers. They created a project and they are responsible for its further existence. So watch who are they.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Maxson on March 02, 2018, 01:11:07 PM
ICO's nowadays are number one money making system if you know how to make money from cryptocurrencies.
I myself investing on ICO's and they even returned me 10x of my investment. by the number of return you know how crazy the profit is!! But there is the question if the ICO' didn't hit exchange and didn't pass the test for exchange or simply the project is scam what will happen? The answer to the question is you loss your all money which you invested on the ICO. That is the truth about the ICO. So rude right?

Here is a solution,
1) Always invest what amount you afford to loss.
2) Do your own research about the coin before investment (don't listen anyone blindly because he
may also missing the key info)
3) Get to know about the project and know what will be the use of this token.
4) Always read the whitepapper and read Road map of the coin/token.
5) Follow them on social medias like twitter/facebook and on Telegram chat. I mean whole over the
Internet and collect peoples thoughts about the ICO.

That's it, you now know the basics of how to research about any ICO's.

Always try to find your own way to justify any ICO.
Upvote,Re-steem and follow and reply your own strategy so that we each other will learn new tips and strategy about selecting new ICO's.

THANKS for reading through.
if you find this helpful don't forget to Smerit my profile.

Carefully understand the staments written on the whit paper to guide you on the road map embarked, how long is this project what for,check the thread lines and also follow them on there twitter, Facebook, Instagram and telegram to asked critical questions that can guide you.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: mahimonliner on March 04, 2018, 03:10:09 PM
Thank you for such a great explanation, there is no doubt a very proper use of your research work to invest into some good ICOs without being fooled. But donít you think that there are people who will try to misguide you?

For e.g. I have currently participated in HashGains ICO, I checked everything and purchased their tokens, and after that, I joined their telegram group and what I found was various people using the admin's name texting me from the same group and asking to transfer some of my funds to other address. I was convinced at a point but then again read the text, as they were scams and trying to take some portion of my investment.

This shook my trust and I deliberately started inquiring them when will my tokens get transferred. One of the admin took things personally and within 2 hours my tokens reflected in the dashboard.

People literally are posting them a scam, but I have received my tokens already.

Thus, it is good if you do a proper investigation of the project and their scope in the future and beware of fake people who are trying to fool you in the name of the company. Directly Contact the firm through their portal or their media channels where they are present officially and stay away from the scammers
Yes i do face these kind of problems, The culprit here is some scammers,they may be not linked with the project they are members like us.But they want to scam innocent peoples who have a little knowledge about scammers. I see many people's fall the trap of the scammers from Telegram groups.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: saruxanyan on March 04, 2018, 03:20:22 PM
Go to a separate branch of the forums and look at what would be better to go ICO for a better choice to look at their price policy and how many tasks to do for a successful conclusion. OSbo do not look for me where they say to do 100 posts a week, this is too much.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: Entei on March 04, 2018, 04:12:10 PM
In my point of view, besides reading everything about , searching information here in the forum, observing the comments, study the team and what Dev seeks to convey, to me, the biggest factor of a good ICO is the usefulness and necessity of the market i always mention this aspect, believe it is necessary.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: SenseiSan on March 05, 2018, 05:26:10 PM
to be honest it has been a while since i have looked for new ico but just so you know here the standards that i use to participate in an ico either through a bounty program or by fund investing i look for three things: first the dev team and their background second the idea of the ico itself is it promising and inventive and at last but not least the crypto-community and how they interact with it and that what is inmost of time important to me.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
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Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: raahi on March 17, 2018, 12:29:02 PM
The best way to check if this is a good ICO is how much investment amount is received, it is better to know the source of that investment amount but there is a direct connection between the investment an ico receives versus the chances of success of that coin for example if an ico receives 10 million in funding it may be a successful one.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: sultanali on March 17, 2018, 10:07:20 PM
The companies are judged by how much they trust their demand which is reflected in the number of coins they print, so if they print more coins then they are compensating for the lack of need of their company, also decreasing in value but check if they burn the excess coins after the ico.


Title: Re: How to choose a good ICO.
Post by: sultanali on April 01, 2018, 12:08:36 PM
You have to see the roadmap and what that indicates, if the roadmap says that they are going to develop technologies in a slow manner even after the end of the ICO then the ICO may not be a sustainable success, after receiving investment, it is necessary that the activities of the company should speed up.