ICO News, Analysis and Trading tips
Welcome to our ICO news page. A short intro about ICO
An initial coin offering (ICO) is a form of crowdfunding that only uses cryptocurrency. They are used to give capital to growing startups. ICOs are created when a startup pre-allocates their own cryptocurrency (referred to as tokens) to investors. Investors can buy for the tokens with popular cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
You’ve probably heard the term before, but there are some ICOs within the few years that have gained popularity and have been used by investors worldwide. Ethereum is a prime example a popular ICO that’s been created. Back in 2014, it raised up to $18 million in BTC, which is about 40 cents per ether. After a growth spike, Ethereum now has a market capitalization of $63 billion and traded at a price of $660 per coin. One ICO gained $150 million in funding within three hours, and over $1.3 billion raised overall in this year alone. ICO sales have doubled from about 1.5 sales a week in 2016 to over 2.75 in 2017. You can find more about ICO here: ICO guide