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September 23, 2017, 12:48:52 PM
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I'm looking for good ICO's to invest. What would make a good stable ICO?

I am not looking for an overly developed ICO, but focusing on upcoming, and newly developing ICO with great ambitions.

Before I do that, I just want some advice in determining a good ICO.

Any thoughts?

gamma xaurum project is good ico
ico selling until first october, dev is trusted and reputable, before create xaurum token in succes ico and succes in market too
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September 23, 2017, 12:50:03 PM
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I'm looking for good ICO's to invest. What would make a good stable ICO?

I am not looking for an overly developed ICO, but focusing on upcoming, and newly developing ICO with great ambitions.

Before I do that, I just want some advice in determining a good ICO.

Any thoughts?

In my own opinion it should be something unique and would people use in the long run. To know which ICO is a good investment nowadays needs a bit of your time as you need to research and read about the company and its developers. Sounds like a lot of homework, but if you are really serious about it then you got no choice but to check everything about it.
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September 24, 2017, 08:40:24 PM
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For me Anryze is the best one. Platform for speech recognition. Really useful thing. It's tokensale is giung right now!!! Roll Eyes Join it)

Good project, they've already raised 1 mln$ I've heard
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September 24, 2017, 08:46:57 PM
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An ICO with a real project (check if they are active on social networks), with deadlines, with a real white paper and specific facts about what they want to do.
You'll have to check if what they tell you is true, and after that... pray

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September 24, 2017, 08:51:28 PM
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Thanks for the advice. I'm new to the scene Smiley Any ideas on red pulse ICO?
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September 24, 2017, 09:40:08 PM
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Thanks for the advice. I'm new to the scene Smiley Any ideas on red pulse ICO?
You should begin to put money before the ICO ends, only invest a small amount then make another purchase after the ICO when you finally decide that you want the coin.

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September 24, 2017, 09:43:24 PM
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Also look out for ICOs that are trading below their ICO price due to market conditions. You still have to do your diligence on the company, but sometimes you can find a bargain. A good example is the recently ICOed Blackmoon Crypto. Fantastic fundamentals, heavily undervalued due to the recent drop in ETH/BTC.
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September 24, 2017, 09:56:28 PM
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Make sure the team behind the project is solid. That their idea offers something unique and that it has not been introduced before, check as well the competition. Who are the competitors, what do the offer? Ask yourself questions like that before investing
The team behind a project is the most important thing, if the pedigree of successes in blockchain projects is there in the past is there it can be more assuring, More like it is any company fronting it. Idea matters but in whose hands?, Have seen good Ideas fail but it is difficult for good ideas to fail with a good team
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September 24, 2017, 09:58:36 PM
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I believe that there are perspective coins at this stage. Namely: Red pulse and Comsa.

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September 24, 2017, 11:11:34 PM
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The team behind a project is the most important thing, if the pedigree of successes in blockchain projects is there in the past is there it can be more assuring, More like it is any company fronting it. Idea matters but in whose hands?, Have seen good Ideas fail but it is difficult for good ideas to fail with a good team

While I agree that the people behind whatever project is a vital part of the road to success, people quite often focus too much on that aspect. As with everything, when big money is involved, and with the current ICO craze that's definitely the case, even the best possible team might end up going into a different direction with false/negative motives. At the end of the day, regardless of the people behind it, investing in ICO's remains more or less a gamble....
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September 24, 2017, 11:41:47 PM
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Good ico is one where they have software that you can use, to verify that they can develop.

Not only do most projects have no software, many of them have not released any software after months or years after raising multi-million $.

EOS raised $200 million and said that they were going to release something by end of summer.  Nothing yet.

Gnosis raised $12.5 million and their website says that they are releasing their game by first half of 2017.  Nothing yet.

Qtum raised $15.6 million.  I don't see anything produced on Qtum's website.

After raising $50 million, Cosmos's website is still pitching its white paper.  Come on.  What have they produced with that $50 million?

MobileGo raised $53 million.  Here's the roadmap from their white paper:

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May - June: Gamecredits Mobile Store Public Launch
May - June: Gamecredits accepted for mobile store games and in- game content purchases
July - August: first centralized tournaments on platform

However, I don't see any of that on their website.  They're mainly bragging about how their token is on exchanges.  What are they doing?  Day-trading their own token?

Watch out for ICOs that come from corrupt countries, where ethics and honesty are lax:

https://www.transparency.org/news/feature/corruption_perceptions_index_2016

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September 25, 2017, 12:04:21 AM
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Thanks for the advice. I'm new to the scene Smiley Any ideas on red pulse ICO?
You should begin to put money before the ICO ends, only invest a small amount then make another purchase after the ICO when you finally decide that you want the coin.
But do not be arbitrary in choosing ico to invest because there are many ico who go into scam. then you should do picky and reasrch first before choosing a good ICO for you to buy. research can you start by looking at their ann thread, is it they have a team and a clear and great purpose. innovative idea or not?
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September 25, 2017, 01:00:56 AM
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Thanks for the advice. I'm new to the scene Smiley Any ideas on red pulse ICO?
You should begin to put money before the ICO ends, only invest a small amount then make another purchase after the ICO when you finally decide that you want the coin.
But do not be arbitrary in choosing ico to invest because there are many ico who go into scam. then you should do picky and reasrch first before choosing a good ICO for you to buy. research can you start by looking at their ann thread, is it they have a team and a clear and great purpose. innovative idea or not?
Research and as much as possible know the development team background, there are lot of seems legit but in the end turns into scam, some were just failed on not reaching their target yet they are really a legit one.

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September 25, 2017, 02:45:44 AM
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Swarm Fund looks very promising

super solid dev team of crypto veterans based out of Silicon Valley

highly practical use cases that could see mainstream implementation very quickly

mainstream media coverage:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/giovannirodriguez/2017/08/16/can-swarm-fund-help-the-cryptocurrency-market-finally-enter-the-mainstream/#3c562d2f2e77

presale happening now, ico begins very soon:
https://swarm.fund/
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September 25, 2017, 08:40:32 AM
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For me Anryze is the best one. Platform for speech recognition. Really useful thing. It's tokensale is giung right now!!! Roll Eyes Join it)

Good project, they've already raised 1 mln$ I've heard

Already 1.5 mln  Smiley I also follow this project

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September 25, 2017, 08:51:43 AM
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I my opinion a good ICO has the following things.

1. A clearly defined team which is backed by known advisors and people associated with crypto and related things.
2. A goal which is practical and not too exaggerated and has potential source of economic growth in future as well. The idea shaping it must be new and out of the box though in most cases this is may not happen. Transparency between the project development and the investors is something that is lacking in ICOs these days.
3. Working on a field where other projects could not develop or make a mark on and has potential ability to develop it further.
4. A token that can meet these demands and would be profitable to the investors when traded on exchanges.
5. A responsive support team.

These are what I think make a good ICO, but these are the ideal situation and may not happen in every ICO. Only invest money that you are willing to lose and never invest more than what you can afford.

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September 25, 2017, 09:00:03 AM
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I my opinion a good ICO has the following things.

1. A clearly defined team which is backed by known advisors and people associated with crypto and related things.
2. A goal which is practical and not too exaggerated and has potential source of economic growth in future as well. The idea shaping it must be new and out of the box though in most cases this is may not happen. Transparency between the project development and the investors is something that is lacking in ICOs these days.
3. Working on a field where other projects could not develop or make a mark on and has potential ability to develop it further.
4. A token that can meet these demands and would be profitable to the investors when traded on exchanges.
5. A responsive support team.

These are what I think make a good ICO, but these are the ideal situation and may not happen in every ICO. Only invest money that you are willing to lose and never invest more than what you can afford.

I think you summed it all up really well. Also I like to go for ICO's that concern a domain that I personally am interested in.

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September 25, 2017, 09:46:11 AM
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Hi! I think that one of the most perspective projct is ARToken is the project which is backed by Cappasity in its venture into the blockchain technology. I think it will be succesful cause of 3D as you know is a huge dollars industry. And also I saw their whitepaper.

Do u find smth else?
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Key factors for good ICO:
1 – Team Composition
2 – Bitcointalk.org Thread
3 – Stage of the project and VC investments
4 – Community and Media
5 – What do they need the token for? Is the blockchain necessary?
6 – Unlimited / Hard cap
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September 25, 2017, 12:10:57 PM
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I my opinion a good ICO has the following things.

1. A clearly defined team which is backed by known advisors and people associated with crypto and related things.


Augur stacked their team with advisors, including Vitalik Buterin, the most known advisor.  They raised $5 million near the beginning of 2015.  After 2.5 years, they only have a simple beta demo for testing.  StockBet, without having raised anything yet, already has an app that has more features.


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