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January 26, 2018, 08:41:34 PM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

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January 26, 2018, 08:46:24 PM
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The people who are selling it, they set the amount of money that they want for it and the buyers are going to be saying how much they're willing to buy it for. These two groups are the groups which establish the going price (market price) for these coins, nothing too crazy but that's what's going on here.


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January 26, 2018, 10:47:00 PM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

Thx

The demand and the purchases of the tokens that were provided in the ICO phase are determining the final value that is set on the exchanges. Usually, most of the coins when listening on exchanges are losing their initial value that was put there by the developers. Price can also fall if at the same time that the coin is released because some other significant coins start to grow up in the value. That is usually resulting in the backing of the buyers and the price can fall a little bit more. Even if the price falls the holders must be patient because the true potential of a specific coin can be visible in a couple of months when some of the ideas are being realized. It is hard to surpass the basic price that is listed on an exchange but it isn't impossible. Progress in the ICO phase can be determined by the growth after transfer of the coin to the market if the advertising and marketing in that phase were managed flawlessly.

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January 26, 2018, 11:47:19 PM
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In crypto world, price is always determined by buyers and sellers. No other one, firm, controlls it.

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January 27, 2018, 12:12:05 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

Thx

the value of the coin depends on supply and demand, the economic principle applies here if the need for coins is high while the coin in circulation is only slightly released in the market then the value of the coin will rise. But when demand is low while coins are thrown to the public then the value will fall or fall, no one can guarantee that the value of coins will rise in the future or even down
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January 27, 2018, 01:19:31 AM
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In crypto world, price is always determined by buyers and sellers. No other one, firm, controlls it.
I agree with you. The price and demand only depends on the buyers and sellers. If the developers want to release small amount of coins and the demand is high then its price is also high. But if they release large amount of supply and the demand is low,then the price is low. As simple as that. Many buyers wants to buy tokens that has potential and hold it for a long time. Some sellers needed money that's why they sell their tokens.

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January 27, 2018, 03:16:26 AM
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Demand and Supply. Thats the simplest answer.

But if you are looking for reasons why some ICO has a higher demand and why some ICO has a lower demand, then you got to look deeper.
Some of the factors I have realized after so many ICOs are..


Pre-Sale Bonuses

If the project provides huge discounts for presales to investor groups who come in together to bargain for a deeper discounts, then expect huge selling when the coin is listed. Cos these presale investors are just looking for a flip.. their pre-sale discounts can be as good as 50% or even 100%  i.e. buy 1 get 1 free. These guys are vultures and will sell the moment they see profits at listing.

Pre-Sales discounts for insitutional investors are ok. Cos they buy in bulk and they tend to hold for longer periods.

Circulating Supply

If the project is launching a large circulating supply, expect a boring price during listing as there may not have sufficient demand to buy up the coins.

Backing by strong advisors and influencers

This is something that I do not agree with but it is a fact that investors gravitate towards influencers. When they see a strong advisor who have been on previous successful ICO, there will be large buying activity at listing and the people who bought during ICO tend to hold longer. Look at Ian Balina, each time he recommends an ICO, everyone just jump on and buy. His google sheet on ICO ratings was so popular, it was unaccessible when he shared it. Imagine google drive could not support his list of ICOs...

There are many other factors and they are all very obvious factors which you just need to observe a few ICO to learn.

The investing or trading community for crypto is still very immature and unlike traditional markets, as the number of institutional investors is still small. These makes it easier to read as the mindset of retail investors are much more herdish.. they follow hype easily. So if you are on the lookout for hypes, you can easily find coins that jump in price at listing.

Good luck hunting.


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January 27, 2018, 03:38:26 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

Thx

the value of the coin depends on supply and demand, the economic principle applies here if the need for coins is high while the coin in circulation is only slightly released in the market then the value of the coin will rise. But when demand is low while coins are thrown to the public then the value will fall or fall, no one can guarantee that the value of coins will rise in the future or even down
I have heard from the Ico team that the value really based on the demand after the Ico. You know what, we cannot determined if the price may sustain daily. Yes you were right no one can really say if the price would be increase or in downtrend. So best is analyzed the market before you enter to trade with.

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January 27, 2018, 04:11:27 AM
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It would be how much those ICO buyers are willing to sell their coins and the buyer in the exchange would be willing to pay for it. Price later on would be base on how the developers would be able to deliver their promises in the project that they should do. If they will follow their road map then most likely people would buy more and if the coin has actual use and not just for purpose of speculation then the coin would have a natural growth and would not become a pump and dump coin. Bitcoin and ethereum continue to exist and grow continuously because it has actual use and there is a demand for it and if the coin you bought can be of use anywhere then price would soar.

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January 27, 2018, 04:17:53 AM
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I think the price is determined to the no. of the "demand" of the coins. After the presale the price has the possibility to grow, if it posses a certain no. of demand.
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January 27, 2018, 04:22:27 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

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the value of the coin depends on supply and demand, the economic principle applies here if the need for coins is high while the coin in circulation is only slightly released in the market then the value of the coin will rise. But when demand is low while coins are thrown to the public then the value will fall or fall, no one can guarantee that the value of coins will rise in the future or even down
I have heard from the Ico team that the value really based on the demand after the Ico. You know what, we cannot determined if the price may sustain daily. Yes you were right no one can really say if the price would be increase or in downtrend. So best is analyzed the market before you enter to trade with.
With any investments especially in ICO it is always important to consider all factors in investing such as the market capitalization, we should know how law on demand and supply works a simple step for us to be able to understand Economics well that is required in making decision. There are tools in the internet for free that we can use as an entry point for our investment.

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January 27, 2018, 04:24:13 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

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People, the market, buyers and sellers.  They get to pick.   Think of it as bottom up vs top down price discovery.
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It really depends on seller but some ico project make a mistake especially if they launch bounty and distribution of bounties are the exact day the investors received their coins then bounty hunters set the price below ico.

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January 28, 2018, 07:37:50 AM
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in the world of sales and purchases I think that determines the value of the price of a good is determined by demand and supply because if there is no demand, the goods will not be sold / its value will go down. there is nothing strange in this case

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January 28, 2018, 07:47:09 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

Thx
I'm about 80% sure that once the ICO is done and the token is being listed on exchanges there is basically nothing that is going to stop it from trading at whatever the people who own the token decide the price should be. Definitely one of the double-edged swords that make up the who ICO scheme, considering that this makes market caps a completely useless metric for measurement or comparing cryptos against each other. But I guess that doesn't matter when a majority of ICOs fall down the traded volume lists like rocks under a month after they're released.
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January 28, 2018, 09:53:07 AM
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This is a very good question, because it determines the real value of a coin.
For what I see, in a well managed ICO the value rises during the campaign an then it drops suddenly as the campaign end (as most of the investros want to take immediate profit)
What happen in the future depend in part from speculations, in part form how good the project is.
If a project is good, the coin value can grow very much, and there are good example in this sense.

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January 28, 2018, 11:05:32 AM
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The price is determined by the demand and the supplies for a certain coin. If there are more people willing to invest or buy that coin then the developer would bid it for a higher value and that's what dictates the price. But when fewer people are buying it then they will sell it for a lower price.
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January 28, 2018, 11:11:12 AM
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The demand and supply determines a price after ICO. Usually bounty hunters make the price of a coin after ICO to go every low because of dumping. During this period so many people want to sell compared to those who want to buy. That period the prices go so low. After dumping, the coin becomes more stable and begins to rise.

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January 28, 2018, 11:34:14 AM
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ICO price, for me,  isn't just determined by how many people buy the token in its pre-sale, middle of the sale, and post-sale. It can also determined by how the team or devs foresees the success of the ICO when it reaches enough capital.  As what everyone stated in here, it is also based on the demand and supply of the token. Price can also be determined by how much can it contribute to the cryptocurrency. How much it can affect the transaction? How unique its effect can be in the finance unlike the other cryptocurrency when it hits the market. The initial investments of the devs in the project can also determine the price and the price will be determined by how risky the investments were.

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January 28, 2018, 11:50:58 AM
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Hello Guys,

Let's say a coin is 0,20 in pre-sale Ico stage. What determines if the price will be more than 0,20 when launched on exchanges?

Thx
Demand and only demand. If the market believes that this asset is liquid, the price will increase. And this depends on the prospects of the project, which is expressed in the desire of investors to hold coins for a long time

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