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May 09, 2017, 03:26:09 PM
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Hi everybody,
What do you think are the best ICOs to invest in ?
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November 15, 2017, 10:26:24 AM
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I have now turned to investing in ICOs, of course also comes with some risks, but it is VERY important to do big research of the projects before making an investment, ask yourself a question : Do I really truly believe in this project?, read whitepaper, watch explanatory video,which I do every time.
Anyone have any ideas how to search for new ICOs?
Since I don't have that much knowledge myself, I tend to trust the experts and visit sites like
http://icobench.com suggests these ones at the moment (highest ranks):
FluzFluz
It is an off-the-chain project potentially introducing millions of people to the concept of a cash back consumer network. And what’s good, they already have a working product in South America, now looking to expand to the US. I think these could be one of many great project in the future.
Publica
Blockchain revolution for the publishing economy.
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