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November 19, 2017, 01:34:43 PM
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Hello,
I'm supporting a couple of low cap ICOs and thinking to participate in a local fair to gain exposure among investors. Can anyone suggest me the best ones? Our projects can't spend much in marketing so we just have one shot  Cry
We mostly target UE investors.
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Mauro

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November 19, 2017, 03:32:09 PM
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Hey! I will be excited if there is such a local fair around, but I doubt so. Nonetheless, Verify is a promising ICO that provides escrow service since trust, reputation is in dire needs these days as the e-commerce services shoots up (companies doing businesses online). It is not in Europe, however, but I recommend you to take a look at the thread Verify, and their whitepaper. Smiley

Hope your fair success, and to see it in the near future! As for marketing, I believe this forum is a good medium to reach interested investors, so you can give it a go here too.


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November 19, 2017, 11:38:12 PM
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Hello,
I'm supporting a couple of low cap ICOs and thinking to participate in a local fair to gain exposure among investors. Can anyone suggest me the best ones? Our projects can't spend much in marketing so we just have one shot  Cry
We mostly target UE investors.
Best
Mauro


You can check Eventbrite and type in there your location or your target area where you want to promote those low cap ICOs you mentioned. On that site, you will find events, conferences, seminars and gatherings of any topic you are looking for. For example, if you type "cryptocurrency" they will give you results about it and based on the site you indicated.

Say, your target is the United Kingdom (you can narrow that further by adding the city and address), type that in the location box and in the search box type cryptocurrency, then press enter. You will see the following results below:






Some of the results are free while others aren't. So if you plan to attend those that have fees, check if you can afford their prices and just register in their form if its RSVP or directly go to their designated place for the event and pay the required fee there otherwise.

Good luck!



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