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October 17, 2017, 10:06:42 AM
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In order to decide on which ico to invest in you need to do alot of background check. first on the management teams. secondly go through the whitepaper and see what exactly the project intend to work. dont be to enthuastic that you are going to make good profit from any ICO and be warned never invest more than what you can afford to loss. also you can check out maybe the project already have an established working project e.g wordcore, betstreak etc. and finally always follow them on all social site and ask questions when you have any

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October 17, 2017, 04:28:45 PM
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I'll suggest investing in projects that have real world use cases. Many ICO projects are just fluffs. If a project brings a novel idea, it might be okay to invest in it, albeit with caution.
I also prefer investing in projects that have existed for some time and have a measure of success rather than startups that are still trying to get their feet wet.

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October 21, 2017, 07:38:19 PM
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You should investigate the website, its team, are they real and take your own decision.
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October 22, 2017, 01:44:27 AM
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If they are transparent and answers everything I asked and replies quickly, I will be encouraged to invest on their ICO.

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October 22, 2017, 05:48:07 AM
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i am decide to invest in one ico after i read their whitepaper and know the details of their project so i can feel that i give to the right project and of course in future, i want my money back plus some nice profit. but todays, it is difficult to determine which ico that will be the next success ico because we can know only after the ico is release in the market and the ico can have good progress. and if everything is good then we can expecting to make nice profit from the ico.

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October 22, 2017, 11:10:09 PM
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If they are transparent and answers everything I asked and replies quickly, I will be encouraged to invest on their ICO.
Not at all that going back on previous cases which a certain ICO gone scam they were active on the crowdfunding state which they do always actively answer communities question regarding on the project but yet later on they ended on scamming their investors which i would say this kind of indication isnt really reliable at all on deciding to invest on a certain ICO.Its not just enough. To lessen the risk better to search up things always like their whitepaper,roadmap,developer credibility and experience on this crypto field.


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October 23, 2017, 03:24:50 PM
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If they are transparent and answers everything I asked and replies quickly, I will be encouraged to invest on their ICO.

I hope you also read their whitepaper as most of the things are covered in that which can easily answer your basic queries and once you understand it and still have more doubts then asking them is the right option. I also do sometimes if unsure about some thing and once get satisfied with the answer then I look forward to that ICO.

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October 23, 2017, 09:14:04 PM
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There are a lot of ICOs happening around. What things do you check before investing priority-wise?

Unless otherwise proven, any ICO should be considered as a scam, a pump and dump scheme.

Nonetheless there is very nice and serious good people out there, with good products.

Ask questions, verify, read as much as you can about the deal... if it is to good to be true, well... be carefull.

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October 24, 2017, 07:38:29 AM
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If they are transparent and answers everything I asked and replies quickly, I will be encouraged to invest on their ICO.

I hope you also read their whitepaper as most of the things are covered in that which can easily answer your basic queries and once you understand it and still have more doubts then asking them is the right option. I also do sometimes if unsure about some thing and once get satisfied with the answer then I look forward to that ICO.


I'm always reading the whitepaper regarding on where I would go or participate but sometimes those project who have good content on the whitepaper are scams or been dump badly thats why my thinking upon that one is not concede to the others though. And we must be careful on those ICO's eventhough there project idea is good since we might gonna scam by them if we will be fool to believe in there false promises.

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October 24, 2017, 09:38:33 PM
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If they are transparent and answers everything I asked and replies quickly, I will be encouraged to invest on their ICO.

I hope you also read their whitepaper as most of the things are covered in that which can easily answer your basic queries and once you understand it and still have more doubts then asking them is the right option. I also do sometimes if unsure about some thing and once get satisfied with the answer then I look forward to that ICO.


I'm always reading the whitepaper regarding on where I would go or participate but sometimes those project who have good content on the whitepaper are scams or been dump badly thats why my thinking upon that one is not concede to the others though. And we must be careful on those ICO's eventhough there project idea is good since we might gonna scam by them if we will be fool to believe in there false promises.
This is why we should really be careful on selecting ICO.Our eyes and thoughts would really easily be deceived specially when we saw up a certain good whitepaper we do easily to believe that it might be a good project but in the end we do still lose up money.This is why if we do decide there should really be a corresponding action not only on relying on a single indication that we do normally seek.Good whitepaper comes to search for a developers experience and transparency would always comes next regarding in my own criteria.

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October 26, 2017, 07:48:16 PM
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There are a lot of ICOs happening around. What things do you check before investing priority-wise?
The first thing I look for before investing in any ico is the technology, since the cryptoindustry is about advince technology I always look if there is a different in technology from what we currently have and if I  see that there is a different then I tick it as number one. I secondly look at the teams behind the project and the efficacy of  the developers to run this project with professionalism.


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October 27, 2017, 09:11:13 PM
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If you want to choose a project for investment, first you should familiarize yourself with existing projects and choose one that brings something new or will be of little value in the future. Now there are many different projects that repeat the already existing

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invest on an ICO with good background, check the developers previous works.
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October 28, 2017, 09:04:36 PM
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I stopped buying ICO - as the few I bought tanked as soon as they made it to an exchange.  I guess I am very poor at picking winners.

I learned You can not really go by the white papers - they are very vague on the acutual operation of the project.

 I now wait for ICO to end and buy tokens from an exchange, when project is closer to actually having a working product.

 I also prefer to watch interview videos on You-Tube or steam-it - easier to tell what the plan for the project really is.

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Does the business model make sense?  Will the team be able to implement it? Are they doing anything new/different/better? Is it likely that they will actually make money such that the business succeeds?

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October 29, 2017, 08:01:00 PM
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As a rule of thumb, just try to understand what they are offering, what exactly will they put on the market ? Try to talk with promoters, read about them, ask them questions... The team behind is very important.
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October 30, 2017, 01:11:24 AM
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Good reviews from other sites and asking them a lot questions. If those things are present then I will consider investing on their ICO.

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November 03, 2017, 05:36:15 AM
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I stopped buying ICO - as the few I bought tanked as soon as they made it to an exchange.  I guess I am very poor at picking winners.

I learned You can not really go by the white papers - they are very vague on the acutual operation of the project.

 I now wait for ICO to end and buy tokens from an exchange, when project is closer to actually having a working product.

 I also prefer to watch interview videos on You-Tube or steam-it - easier to tell what the plan for the project really is.


I agree. It always like that. Whatever bonus or discount you get from buying early, you will still likely to lose. I'm not saying that ICO is bad but it's much better to buy it when it hit exchanges. Just after a week of getting listed, they just go down 50% to 90% and it happens too often.
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November 09, 2017, 05:46:51 PM
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vitalik said 90% of ico will not succeed...with all the trouble within ico this is  little bit risky....

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November 09, 2017, 11:44:12 PM
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There are a lot of ICOs happening around. What things do you check before investing priority-wise?
First, I check if it is legitimate by letting them send contracts. Second, I acquire referrals from other people to analyze where to invest.

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