The ICO industry is on fire!
Even with recent bearish market conditions, Tezos managed to break the previous title-holder of largest ICO crowdfund, held by Bancor, who on June 12 banked $153 million worth of Ether (ETH). Tezos just raised $232m worth of ETH.
Some ICOs will do great some will fail completely and loose some people lots of money. Never invest what you can’t afford to loose. ICOs are risky business.
The ICO space is developing rapidly, it’s hard to keep up with everything going on. So we’ve developed a list of great ICO resources we’ve come across.
New websites are popping up to track, monitor and analyse upcoming and ongoing ICOs.
Here are some great sites to keep track of ICOs..
S+C maintain a curated list of ongoing and upcoming cryptocurrency ICOs, token sales, and crowdsales. Projects are evaluated for listing using multiple criteria, but in general, they list ICOs that should raise the equivalent of $30,000 or are unique in some way. Provides summaries and commentary for select ICOs. Listing or research is not considered an endorsement.
Bitcoin, Crypto and Altcoin forum discussion
An expansive and interactive Crypto platform where you can learn, create a portfolio, discuss with community and monitor markets in real time.
ICOrating specializes in evaluating upcoming ICO. Their analysis seems reasonably thorough and objective, reviewing companies as potential investment objects.
TokenMarket is a marketplace for tokens, digital assets and blockchain based investing. Users can research and invest in tokenized assets, or launch a crowdsale for a project.
The best projects and ICO crowdfundings. It only lists the projects it considers worth following and investing.
We’re working on an ICO dashboard type page to allow you a birds-eye view of past, present and future ICO Projects.
Get in touch with us if you have an exciting ICO project and need help getting the word out.