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November 13, 2017, 06:40:10 AM
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Hello everyone! Recently, I have discovered the world of cryptocurrencies, which seems to me so exciting and so vast. But, especially I'm interested in ICO and I'd like to learn more about it. Could you recommend me any informative Twitter groups, Telegram/Slack chats or other useful sources?
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November 13, 2017, 11:51:09 AM
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I don't know about any. I'd try to just do it by yourself because there's a lot of bias when it comes to investing as everyone thinks they have a golden ticket and they all want to shill their investments as hard as possible. Try to avoid projects that raise over 10 million and look at their team to see if they are competent enough. Try to spot every flaw you can think of within the whitepaper, see if there are things forgotten, how did they write it; is it speculative or is it proven or where inbetween is it? Are there mentions of legal issues, what does the token do, what do they need blockchain for? Is there actuall demand? Some projects have great idea's but if there's no demand then the idea suddenly ain't that great anymore. Good example would be Datum, I think Datum will be my go to ICO that has the biggest fail of a whitepaper I have yet seen and use it in future references because its a terrible project with an insane hardcap (45million). If ICOs have high hardcaps then its more likely that you will be able to get the token cheaper once it arrives on an exchange instead of buying it trough the ICO.

Here's an ICO that I'm currently invested in:

ico.moirai.io

Why? Good team, reasonable hardcap (~6millionm$), working website product/platform (www.moirai.io) and dividends, should be able to make ROI in 1-3 years on dividends.
They actually did market research, they are getting licensed (hopefully, application is running). They did a competitive analysis and they presented to me things I normally don't see in any ICOs. The price per token in pre-sale is very good 0.005 cents and 0.009 cents normal ICO. But ofcourse do your own research, just an example of what I think is a decent/good ICO. There are so many greedy ones out there that raise over 50 milion dollars it is ridiculous and you don't even get dividends on them.
The good ones are often not easily found or hiding in plain sight. I try to avoid hyped ICOs but it can be a good thing (for you) since it often exploits people's ignorance on these matters and you can easily get 2-3x on your investment.

I also think the ICO in my signature is a good one though I haven't invested in it myself. Try to find ICOs with real world application, no finance ICOs and banking ICOs. We still have to see blockchain solution for agriculture which can be really succesfull. Blockchain technology applied to logistics would be great aswell.

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November 13, 2017, 12:15:27 PM
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Hello everyone! Recently, I have discovered the world of cryptocurrencies, which seems to me so exciting and so vast. But, especially I'm interested in ICO and I'd like to learn more about it. Could you recommend me any informative Twitter groups, Telegram/Slack chats or other useful sources?
i want to learn about ICO, i didnt know ICO at all, should we invest on that?
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September 04, 2018, 09:22:48 AM
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Here's a source for info on ICOs. You'll find some content focused more on the basics (e.g. http://www.coinisseur.com/what-you-need-to-know-about-icos-basics/), as well as more in-depth material Smiley
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September 04, 2018, 10:55:07 AM
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ICO stands for initial coin offering. It is a way to raise funds where investors get coins depending on the amounts they invest. These coins may be utility coins which means it can come with discounts and other privileges. The coins value may increase in time especially if the ICO project succeeds.
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