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November 21, 2017, 11:01:05 PM
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Thank you for taking time to compile this. I have to say, I do agree with you 100%. With all the scamming going around unchecked, one can't be too careful. I think its interesting that you mention that people need to look out for icos in certain countries. Personally if the ICO is based in Eastern Europe and India, my antenna are raised. If the whole team is from any of those countries, I bounce :-/

YES - Very important aspect for ICO is the country they are from. The whole "eastern europe" ICO's are most of the time scam (Nowadays!).
On the other hand the best ICO so far are from Russia ETH, WAVES ...
Really? I saw too many ICOs hyped from Russia without any good result after crowdsale. Example KICKICO, this's one of project from Russia, but look at the price of ICO token now. What is the reason make this token drop a lot of value like that? Below the ICO price and there's no large exchange accept it while it has raised more than 80.000 ETH from crowdsale. Bad project!


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November 21, 2017, 11:07:51 PM
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really good thread, thanks OP (Y)
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November 21, 2017, 11:14:02 PM
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Thank you for taking time to compile this. I have to say, I do agree with you 100%. With all the scamming going around unchecked, one can't be too careful. I think its interesting that you mention that people need to look out for icos in certain countries. Personally if the ICO is based in Eastern Europe and India, my antenna are raised. If the whole team is from any of those countries, I bounce :-/

YES - Very important aspect for ICO is the country they are from. The whole "eastern europe" ICO's are most of the time scam (Nowadays!).
On the other hand the best ICO so far are from Russia ETH, WAVES ...
Really? I saw too many ICOs hyped from Russia without any good result after crowdsale. Example KICKICO, this's one of project from Russia, but look at the price of ICO token now. What is the reason make this token drop a lot of value like that? Below the ICO price and there's no large exchange accept it while it has raised more than 80.000 ETH from crowdsale. Bad project!
Kickico raise huge of amount during pre sale and I notice that also this kickico is not yet listed in other exchange. There are many Ico's that hype after their project become success no development on thier end. So better we need to research before joining an Ico.

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November 21, 2017, 11:20:28 PM
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Its good to invest on any projects that have team pics display...

If an ICO project have team pics display as you say, is not a guaranty that it's a good. You need to do a lot of research these days since they are a lot of ICOs out there.

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November 21, 2017, 11:21:12 PM
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90% of ICOs are scams

Maybe not even scams but it end as fail like average startups does.
In REAL LIVFE:
1 of 10 startups survives 1st year
and then
1 of 10 startups survive next 5 years.
 so you have 1/100 chance to survive with ICO Cheesy...

this is nature of startups you won't win with it.

well if the financial system wont work people will simply stop working and create more and more money, you might even end up in a medieval age where there are kings with real world coins and their face printed on those,

these kings then kill everyone that didnt payed back, thats a very easy financial system people will understand and will not scam.

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November 21, 2017, 11:28:04 PM
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Great article and very useful for the community. Thank you! Smiley
At the moment I mainly support projects that at least already have beta and a really useful and unique concept.

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November 26, 2017, 06:42:05 PM
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Thank you for taking time to compile this. I have to say, I do agree with you 100%. With all the scamming going around unchecked, one can't be too careful. I think its interesting that you mention that people need to look out for icos in certain countries. Personally if the ICO is based in Eastern Europe and India, my antenna are raised. If the whole team is from any of those countries, I bounce :-/

YES - Very important aspect for ICO is the country they are from. The whole "eastern europe" ICO's are most of the time scam (Nowadays!).
On the other hand the best ICO so far are from Russia ETH, WAVES ...
Really? I saw too many ICOs hyped from Russia without any good result after crowdsale. Example KICKICO, this's one of project from Russia, but look at the price of ICO token now. What is the reason make this token drop a lot of value like that? Below the ICO price and there's no large exchange accept it while it has raised more than 80.000 ETH from crowdsale. Bad project!
Kickico raise huge of amount during pre sale and I notice that also this kickico is not yet listed in other exchange. There are many Ico's that hype after their project become success no development on thier end. So better we need to research before joining an Ico.
So hard to know the future of ICOs project. This is the hardest part to decide I should invest to ICOs or not, there are too many interesting projects with promising profits. However, all these projects are hyped and the price can not increase or list on any large exchange. As far as I know, KICKICO, AirToken, Opus ... are the hyped projects.
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November 26, 2017, 06:44:07 PM
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Awesome information,i wont join any ICOs now for sure.Its better to trade than to expect nothing from these ICOs thanks pal.

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November 26, 2017, 07:50:59 PM
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Beautiful thread. I have some questions. How many percent of your money you use to invest ICOs?
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November 26, 2017, 08:22:22 PM
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Hi.

Anyone can make a suggestion whether it is good to make investment on TOA coin? Thaaaanks  Smiley
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November 26, 2017, 08:54:06 PM
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This is some useful information and honest review to ways of finding legit projects hope from here onwards  potential investors will look for these features to avoid investing in bogus projects that are just after peoples money.
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November 26, 2017, 09:15:33 PM
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Thanks for the information it's really valuable. People are often scared by ICOs but if you do your research well you will have big chances to make profit.

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November 27, 2017, 09:38:34 AM
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Thank you for this! Thank you for the elaboration Cheesy
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November 28, 2017, 12:51:06 AM
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After reading tons of whitepapers of crap icos, I found this thread to be so informative and useful. 90% of current ICO projects are either non-sense or simply scams, 9% could be startups that could have failed first round in real world presentations for investors, probably 1% or less is the blockchain app that really makes sense and their coin value could be more than 0.
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November 30, 2017, 12:47:59 PM
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First I will Thankful for such wonderful information.

It definitely helps to Investors.
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November 30, 2017, 01:55:50 PM
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This a good thread. You review will really help those that want to invest a lot.
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November 30, 2017, 03:45:40 PM
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This is very useful information for those who are at least somehow connected with this direction.
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December 07, 2017, 09:05:24 PM
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After reading tons of whitepapers of crap icos, I found this thread to be so informative and useful. 90% of current ICO projects are either non-sense or simply scams, 9% could be startups that could have failed first round in real world presentations for investors, probably 1% or less is the blockchain app that really makes sense and their coin value could be more than 0.
1% is high number for total numbers of ICO project created in this year. I am sure there are more than 100 ICO projects created but no project can be useful or help the society as their promise in the past. All things are lie and skip all after crowdsale ended (successful for scammer) Grin.
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December 07, 2017, 09:36:48 PM
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After reading tons of whitepapers of crap icos, I found this thread to be so informative and useful. 90% of current ICO projects are either non-sense or simply scams, 9% could be startups that could have failed first round in real world presentations for investors, probably 1% or less is the blockchain app that really makes sense and their coin value could be more than 0.
1% is high number for total numbers of ICO project created in this year. I am sure there are more than 100 ICO projects created but no project can be useful or help the society as their promise in the past. All things are lie and skip all after crowdsale ended (successful for scammer) Grin.
on this occasion you can joke as much as you want, but it also needs somehow to be determined with How to look for a decent developer and ico of the company, and How to determine their plans and prospects for the future, To avoid fraud.
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December 07, 2017, 09:39:13 PM
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thank you very much of this thread because with this increasing numbers of icos it has become really hard to distinguish between good ico and a bad ico.
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