2018 left some very clear signs about the way the businesses (crypto or otherwise) raise funds. ICOs have all but died out, disguised as token sales launched from lightly-regulated tropical islands. The great move to allow investors of all backgrounds and creeds to be in with a chance of funding early innovation has been curtailed. And now, upon analyzing data from CB Insights, it looks like IPOs are on their way out as well. Continue reading Not Just ICOs — Why Traditional IPOs are Also on the Way Out
A major United Kingdom charity fund executive said at the Bloomberg Crypto Summit in London this Friday that the recent crypto market crash is just a “bump in the road,” Bloomberg reports Dec. 7. Continue reading Major UK Charity Fund Executive Believes Crypto Market Crash Is ‘Just a Bump in the Road’
An ICO (Initial Coin Offering) is a boon for every startup aiming to raise funds. It is similar to an IPO (Initial Public Offering) or crowdfunding in which new projects sell their underlying crypto tokens in exchange for cryptocurrencies. Most ICOs operate on blockchain technology. Continue reading The ICO gold rush — the future of fundraising for blockchain companies or just another cryptocurrency scam?