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Macrocoin

What Is Macrocoin?
Macrocoin is The central point of Medium size investor that have previously invested in cryptocurrency. Especially people who do crypto mining and market arbitrage.We want to create new community on our platform.

What Is An ICO?
If there's been one word on the lips of everyone in finance this past year, it's cryptocurrency. If you've been kicking yourself for not getting in on the ground floor of blockbuster coins like Bitcoin and Ethereum, you might want to consider looking into investing in an Initial Coin Offering (ICO). Be warned, however: ICOs are highly risky even under the best of circumstances, and have a high potential for scams.

So What Exactly Is An ICO, Anyway?
Imagine this: You're a Silicon Valley startup with a great idea for a new cryptocurrency system. Perhaps you want to streamline the Parent/Babysitter payment system so that it can be digital and encrypted. What a great idea! Let's call it BabyCoin. The only problem is you need people to give you money so you can actually make the currency. Now, you could go to a bank or try getting venture capitalist investors, but what if you could raise money without having to give up any of your ownership of the company? Enter ICO.

Here's how it works, You create a document essentially detailing exactly how the system would work (usually called a white paper), make a pretty website and explain why its a great idea that could be very useful. Then, you ask for people to send you money (usually Bitcoin or Ether, but you can also take fiat) and in return you send them back some BabyCoin. They hope that BabyCoin will get used a lot and be in high circulation, which would raise the value of the currency.

Its important to note that unlike an Initial Public Offering (IPO), investing in an ICO won't result in you having an ownership stake of the company you're giving money to. You're gambling that the currently worthless currency you pay for now will increase in worth later and make you money.

So Who Can Launch an ICO?
Literally anyone! Currently, there's very little regulation on ICOs in America, meaning as long as you can get the tech set up you're free to try and get your currency funded. Right now cryptocurrency as a whole is kind of like the wild west; there's gold in the hills and relatively little law to speak of. This can work in your favor or it can lead to getting swindled. Of all avenues of funding, an ICO is probably one of the easiest to set up as a scam. Since there's no regulation there's nothing stopping someone from doing all the work to make you believe they have a great idea, and then absconding with the money.


This means that if you're really set on getting in on that new ICO that your friend Aiden from work told you about, make sure you do your homework. The first thing to do is make sure that the people putting up the ICO are real and accountable. In the internet age its beyond easy to find a stock photo and put together a convincing website, so going the extra mile is important. Some things to look for: What history do the product's leads have with crypto or blockchain? If it looks like they don't have anyone with relevant experience that can be easily verified, that's a bad sign.


I want to start my own ICO. How do I do that?
The most important thing you want to do is make sure that either you or someone (probably multiple people) involved have worked in and understand cryptocurrency and blockchain. Even if anyone can make an ICO, it doesn't mean that everyone should. You need to be able to answer questions on the spot about every little detail pertaining to your ICO.

You should also ask yourself if you really think that your business will actively benefit from an ICO. Basically, after reading this article, you should consult someone who can take a look at your specific idea and tell you if its a slam dunk or not. If it's not, you might be better off going through safer avenues of funding.

If you're determined to move forward, you need a white paper, which is a document that should identify exactly what your currency can offer that has never been done before, or how you'll do an established idea better than anyone else has. This document should be engaging, informative, and very, very detailed. You can find the white paper for Ethereum, one of the most successful ICOs yet, here.

Like any business, you need to hook your buyer by the end of the first page. Ethereum's white paper takes the time to explain what blockchain is, and then goes on to detail how they intend to build on the progress that Satoshi Nakamoto made and create something exciting. They do all of this by the end of the first page. Now, does every single white paper need to include an unabridged history of blockchain including the time that guy paid 10,000 bitcoins for a pizza? Probably not, but it should be understandable to someone without any knowledge of how these systems work.

Now that you've got your white paper, you need to advertise. You have two targets that you'll be trying to reach out to: those with knowledge of how cryptocurrency and ICOs work and people with basically no idea. You'll want to identify the people that would be most excited by your new venture, since they'll be more eager to give you money if it means a deal for them. In the case of BabyCoin (again, hypothetical) maybe we'd reach out to some popular mommy bloggers/vloggers and see if they would be interested in producing some content to showcase why BabyCoin is the biggest innovation in babysitting since The Babysitter's Club. Just make sure they disclose the nature of the deal to advertise for you: The SEC released a warning to investors stating that it is illegal for celebrities to use social media to endorse ICOs without disclosing what  compensation they received.

You're also going to want to make your programmers and leads available to answer questions on social media like Reddit and Twitter. You should also consider submitting your ICO to some listings that run databases of what they perceive to be quality ICOs. This is how you get people involved in the crypto-community excited about your product, which will hopefully trickle through the internet.

Great! So the word is out about BabyCoin and people are psyched, all that's left to do is determine the token pricing and distribution. You also might want to have a prototype in order just to prove you know what you're doing. Get your website and exchange set up and good luck!

What's With All These Celebrity ICOs?
If you've seen your favorite actors and entertainers like Jamie Fox and Ghostface Killah encouraging their followers to invest in a hot new ICO, you might want to take a closer look.

Boxing superstar Floyd Mayweather Jr and DJ Khaled promoted Centra, an ICO that raised $30 million at the end of 2017, but multiple reports claim that Centra is currently embroiled in a class action lawsuit for allegedly selling unregistered securities. It remains to be see what will happen with the lawsuit, but its worth noting that some of Khaled's and Mayweather's social media posts about the ICO have been deleted.

I Want to Invest in ICOs. How Do I Determine Which Ones Are Good?
Maybe check out this list. Just make sure to do your homework. Because ICOs are barely regulated, you need to be way more careful than you'd be when investing in an IPO. Read the white paper, research the team members and make sure they have a history in cryptocurrency.

You can also use trusted websites like Coinschedule.com, which only chooses ICOs that they have reviewed and consider to be legit and exciting. While you shouldn't fully trust any website offering a listing, they can be quite useful.

Is Someone Going To Regulate ICOs?
The SEC classified tokens from ICOs as securities in December of 2017, with SEC Chairman Jay Clayton saying at the time that they had proved that "a token constituted an investment contract and therefore was a security under our federal securities laws. Specifically, we concluded that the token offering represented an investment of money in a common enterprise with a reasonable expectation of profits to be derived from the entrepreneurial or managerial efforts of others."

This means the SEC is gearing up to crack down on ICOs that they deem to be misleading investors. The first strike came on December 11, 2017 when the SEC halted Munchee, a California company with a food review app. Munchee was attempting to raise money to create a cryptocurrency that would work within the app to order food. This is the first instance of the SEC issuing a cease and desist for an ICO for unregistered securities. Does this mean the hammer is about to drop? We'll see.

The Bottom Line
In the end, ICOs are an incredibly new way of raising money, and everyone is trying to adapt to the new ways without getting screwed over. If you think you're able to make a killing on a promising new ICO, just make sure to do your homework beforehand. Cryptocurrency is all about high risk, high reward, and ICOs are no different.

Investing in cryptocurrencies and other Initial Coin Offerings ("ICOs") is highly risky and speculative, and this article is not a recommendation by Investopedia or the writer to invest in cryptocurrencies or other ICOs. Since each individual's situation is unique, a qualified professional should always be consulted before making any financial decisions. Investopedia makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or timeliness of the information contained herein. As of the date this article was written, the author owns no cryptocurrency in any quantity.

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Sale
Only 10,000,000 MCC will be issued
during presale stage

First Stage Invest now and get 100 MCC for 500 USD 5 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 2 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 1000 USD 10 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 3 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 1500 USD 15 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 4 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 2000 USD 20 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 5 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 2500 USD 25 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 6 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 3000 USD 30 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 7 At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 3500 USD 35 USD = 1 MCC
Stage 8 ~ Release At this stage you can get 100 MCC for 4000 ~ 5000 USD 40 ~, 50 USD = 1 MCC

Features of Macrocoin
Macrocoin brings together vendors and buyers without a central bank or single administrator to ensure clear and fair deals

Roadmap
This timeline details our funding and development goals.
August 2018-Creation of the idea of Macromine Project
September 2018 - Creation of Macromine System.
October 2018 - System test.
November 2018 - Launch of macromine & Macrocoin website.
December 2018 - The prototype of macrocoin finished.
Januyary 2019 - Startup macrocoin blockchain & Marketing partner.
February 2019 - Launch of Internal  Global Market Exchange.
March 2019 - Listing exchange public & coinmarketcap.
June 2019 - Meeting & Reward to Exclusive Investor in Europe.

[Macrocoin - Specification]

Coin Name   |  MACROCOIN
Coin Abbreviation  |  MCC
Coin Type  |  PoS
Stake  |  8% per year depending on difficulty
Hashing Algorithm  |  Quark
Block Time (in seconds)  |  120 sec.
Developer  |  2,000,000 MCC
Marketing  |  2,000,000 MCC
ICO  |  10,000,000 MCC
Proof of Stake  |  10,000,000 MCC
Coin Supply  |  24,000,000 MCC

Macrocoin
https://ico.macromine.io/

Community
-https://t.me/joinchat/HIax_QrQpZ2RxlqM9UUEQQ
-https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeZR9P0x6zpBdWNTEoJXWNg
-https://twitter.com/Macromine_io
-https://discord.gg/Q3yVKq3


Macrocoin Wallet
https://github.com/crykiller/Macrocoin

Exchange List
https://instantbitex.com/trade/pair/MCC_BTC
https://instantbitex.com/trade/pair/MCC_ETH

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is this a scam???
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is this a scam???

What do you think? Cheesy No team, no kyc, no evidence of anyone's identity and they are asking money. Anyone giving them any money is beyond help.

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I invest macromine from Nov 18 is ok
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is this a scam???

What do you think? Cheesy No team, no kyc, no evidence of anyone's identity and they are asking money. Anyone giving them any money is beyond help.
very funny right? Grin before it you can see the OP gets a lot of negative trust and I don't know what ICO is this? no team, no kyc and no blah blah blah ... of course this is a scam. Grin be careful and never invest in this ICO.

I hope people will be more careful with their investments. They are currently holding their ICO and they raised about $8M to date. So I wonder if that is true or they just manipulate the numbers?


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