In June 2017, the number of ICOs increased to 76 with a funding value totaling to $800 million. Blockchain start-ups need funding to fulfill capital requirements way before the official Initial Coin Offering (ICO), similarly to any regular start-up.
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Dmitry Marinichev, one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s internet advisors, is planning to raise $100 million to finance a mining venture through an initial coin offering (ICO), Bloomberg has reported. Over the past few years, China-based Bitmain, arguably the largest and most influential bitcoin mining equipment manufacturer in the world, has invested tens of millions of dollars […]
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Could we be looking at a future where dispute resolution is facilitated by truly impartial mathematical algorithms as opposed to human judges and arbitrators?
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With significant discrepancy between The DAO and virtual good-esque ICOs, we can expect the latter to be safe from the vice grip of US regulators for the foreseeable future. Entrepreneurs can still look towards ICOs as potential opportunities post the investigative report – but keep an eye out for further developments.
When the US government does get behind a blockchain initiative, the impact it will have will be tremendous. Thus, from this conference a glimpse of both immense destruction and creation on the horizon could be seen.
investFeed is a New York based “community powered social trading network” making the switch from US equities to cryptocurrency. Their pivot to digital currencies is described as a key move to cater to an exponentially growing industry.
Earlier this week Crypto Insider published a post with practical advice to Initial Coin Offering (ICO) planners, followed by a post covering recent statements by the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), according to which ICOs should be subject to the requirements of the federal securities laws. Here I’m posting more thoughts on ICOs and token sales.
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Yesterday Crypto Insider published a roundup of recent articles with practical advice to Initial Coin Offering (ICO) planners. The difference between your ICO and an IPO must be “BIG,” noted one of the articles, “or the SEC will come after you!” Later in the day the SEC said that ICOs should be subject to the same safeguards required in traditional securities sales.
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