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ICOStart DateDetailsMore Info
ziber ico ZiberJuly 27A decentralized system of masternodes around the world installed on different servers or VPS. The Ziber mobile app redirects VOIP calls from mobile phones and internet apps to the blockchain system.
starbase initial coin offer token sale StarbaseJuly 30Using the power of blockchain, Starbase will connect people all over the world. Introducing those who are passionate about conquering difficult challenges with the necessary team and funding to accomplish their goals.
ico Tap ProjectJuly 30Blockchain based transferable in-game currency. Interview with Tap Project >
impak coin ico impak CoinAugust 1Building an ecosystem to bring citizens, businesses, and investors together, to grow an economy built on social values. impak Coin Interview and Info >
en legder ico EnLedgerAugust 1Blockchain Interoperability & Data Portal
hire match ico Hire MatchAugust 1HireMatch.io is patent pending decentralized employment marketplace that doesn't rely on traditional recruiters or "headhunters."
bit job ico BitJobICO pre-sale August 2A decentralized P2P students marketplace for online short-term jobs.
Brick Block ico Brick BlockAugust 2Brickblock provides a platform for traders, cryptocurrency holders and institutional investors to diversify their portfolio.
synchrolife ico SynchroLifeAugust 3The world's first blockchain restaurant recommendation platform, providing trustworthy information and reviews worldwide by rewarding reviewers with tokens.
blocklancer ico BlocklancerAugust 5A completely self-regulatory platform for finding jobs, hiring, and getting projects done, lifting the reliability of freelancing to new heights. Blocklancer ICO Interview and Information >
betking BetKingAugust 7New Casino platform will offer new updated provably fair casino games such as Blackjack and Roulette as well as other favourites.
exchange union coin ico Exchange Union (XUC)August 7A cross-exchange trading token to improve functionality, efficiency and standards of customer service for the digital currency community Read more about Exchange Union's ICO >
monkey capital ico Monkey CapitalAugust 8A decentralised hedge fund that will invest in SpaceX contracts, digital assets and hostile takeovers generating profits by engaging in creative destruction.
coss ico Coss Token SwapAugust 8COSS stands for Crypto One Stop Solution, and represents a platform which aims to encompass all features of a digital economical system based on cryptocurrency.
stuff go go ico StuffGoGoAugust 12Decentralized mobile eCommerce platform with no big brother, no fees, and no restrictions StuffGoGo ICO Information >
spectiv ICO SpectivAugust 14A dedicated virtual reality streaming platform utilizing blockchain integrated attention markets to support a network for virtual reality adoption.
Storm token ICO Storm TokenAugust 15A decentralized micro-task marketplace economy
prime-ex ico Prime-ExAugust 15Revolutionizing residential development and homebuilding by replacing interest rate risk with equity participation. Prime-Ex Interview >
token stars ico Token StarsAugust 24Providing young aspiring tennis players the funding and promotion they need to get to the top of the sport Token Stars ICO information >
wolk ico WolkAugust 28A blockchain-based advertising data exchange, powered by the WOLK token.
harbour ico HarbourAugust 30A community-governed, Ethereum-based DAO for managing and holding token assets by harnessing the wisdom of the crowd.
monetha ico MonethaAugust 31An efficient payment solution for merchants that enables globally trustful commerce, empowered by the Ethereum blockchain. Monetha Crowdsale Interview & Details >
kingsds ico KingsDSOctober 1A distributed supercomputer for scientific research Kings DS token sale information >
qvolta ico QvoltaOctober 10A P2P Cryptocurrency exchange - sell and buy crypto assets around the world for local payment methods
crazy bet ico CrazyBETToken Sale LiveGiving people a way to easily bet with each other on any event. CrazyBET Interview >
propy ico PropyToken Sale LiveThe world’s first international real-estate marketplace
presearch ico PresearchToken Sale LiveA decentralized search engine, powered by the community
bitclave ico crowdsale BitClaveToken Sale LiveBuild a new standard for relationships between businesses and customers based on smart contracts, replacing the middlemen. BitClave Crowdsale Info >
investfeed ico token sale information investFeedToken Sale LiveA dedicated cryptocurrency social network with portfolio management and exchange capabilities. investFeed ICO information and interview >
EthBNB ico crowdsale ethbnbToken Sale LiveBuilt on the Ethereum network, ethbnb allows you to rent your spare room, apartment or holiday home out anytime and on your terms.
act ico ACTToken Sale LiveA DAO addressing social accountability by aggregating micro payments from citizens to fund grassroots proposals that drive change. ACT ICO Information >
peerbanks ico PeerBanksToken Sale LiveFirst cryptocurrency based on Waves for use in IRA companies. Read more about PeerBanks >
District0X initial coin offering District0XToken Sale LiveA network of decentralized markets and communities powered by Ethereum, Aragon, and IPFS.
populous ico PopulousToken Sale LiveAn invoice and trade finance platform built using in blockchain technology.
ekasi bucks ico Ekasi BucksToken Sale LiveEkasi Bucks Aims To Provide Financial Services to Townships in South Africa Ekasi Bucks ICO Information >
dent ico DentToken Sale LiveCreating a world-wide marketplace on Ethereum Blockchain to sell and buy Mobile Data with DENT Tokens
royal kingdom ico Royal Kingdom CoinToken Sale LiveContributing to the development of business solutions based on Blockchain technology and Smart Contracts in Dubai.Royal Kingdom Coin Details >
mothership ICO MothershipToken Sale LiveA state-of-the-art digital asset exchange, EU token marketplace and wallet with powerful security features
hive ico HiveToken Sale LiveUsing blockchain to tackle liquidity problems faced by small businessesHive Crowdfunding info >
neverdie ico NEVERDIEToken Sale LiveVirtual goods economy for the online gaming world.NEVERDIE ICO Details >
dao.casino initial coin offering DAO.CasinoToken Sale LiveOnline gambling industry, transactions between players and casino operators.DAO.Casino token sale details >
geofounders ico crowdfunding GeoFoundersToken Sale LiveA software collective building blockchain-based applicationsGeoFounders Details & Interview >
giga watt ICO Giga WattToken Sale LiveTurnkey mining services and custom packages tailored to client's needs.Giga Watt ICO Details >
WalletBoss crowdfunding microfinance WalletBossCrowdfunding LiveA worldwide peer-to-peer micro-loan platform, allowing users to lend and borrow interest-free money without commissions, the mediation of banks or other middlemen. Wallet Boss Crowdfunding Interview >
make it viral ico Make It ViralTBAAn innovative video sharing platform that will bring users to a novel motive of entertainment.
fund request ico Fund RequestTBAA decentralised platform which incentivise open source contributions Fund Request Crowdsale Details >
autoria ico AutoriaTBAAn ERC20 token that provides collectors with a set 'aquifer' that they automatically mine from. Each collector's 'well' can be drawn repeatedly over the course of a year, rewarding them with new tokens, and providing increased liquidity.
akasha ico AkashaTBAA next-gen social media network powered by the Ethereum world computer
hivemind ico HivemindTBAP2P Oracle System and prediction marketplace
coin dash ico Coin DashTBAA Crypto based social trading platform, providing insights into your crypto portfolio.
mybit ico MyBitTBABy commoditizing solar panel installation and other forms of renewable energy, investors and landowners can crowdfund the coming decentralized energy grid.
poet ico Po.etTBAA shared universal ledger designed to track ownership and attribution for the world's digital creative works.
xarcade ico XarcadeTBAA NEM powered cost-effective video game distribution/exchange platform for both game publishers and gamers to use.
battle ball ico Battle BallTBABlockchain application for disputes on sports events.
hungry panda ico Hungry Panda CoinTBAAn independent game studio made up of ex-AAA developers powered by the Ethereum network and eSports.
AltoCar ico AltoCarTBAPersonalized taxi aggregator with the Digital Economy implementation
dim coin ico DimCoinTBAThe DIMCOIN is a speculative coin that can be exchanged against other cryptocurrencies, while the value of the respective DIM Currency is equivalent to the fiat currency that it is exchanged from.
EOS ico EOSTBASoftware that introduces a blockchain architecture designed to enable vertical and horizontal scaling of decentralized applications.
TenX ico TenXTBATenX connects your blockchain assets for everyday use. TenX’s debit card and banking licence will allow us to be a hub for the blockchain ecosystem to connect for real-world use cases.
aether united ico Aether UnitedTBAUsing blockchain with a revolutionary voting system to give our fans unprecedented influence over our esports brand.
plybius ico PolybiusICO EndedA project aimed to create a regulated bank for the digital generation.Polybius ICO Information >
skin coin ico Skin CoinICO EndedUniversal Cryptocurrency based on Ethereum for instant trading of CS:GO, Dota 2 skins, and making bets on eSports eventsSkin Coin ICO Info & Interview >
InsureXICO EndedAn alternative marketplace for insurance based on Blockchain technology
ico Pillar ProjectICO EndedA next-generation, open-source wallet that aims to become the dashboard for your digital life. Read about the Pillar Wallet >
OcocryptICO EndedTokenized precious metals on the ETH blockchain.Interview with Ococrypt >
rialto initial coin offering Rialto.aiICO EndedDesigning proprietary algorithms for arbitrage and market making. Read about the Rialto.ai token sale >
starta ico crowdsale StartaICO EndedEmpower Eastern European frontier technology companies through exposing them to USA market.Starta ICO information >
ICOStart Date
ziber ico ZiberJuly 27
starbase initial coin offer token sale StarbaseJuly 30
ico Tap ProjectJuly 30 | Read More
impak coin impak CoinAugust 1 | Read More
en legder ico EnLedgerAugust 1
hire match ico Hire MatchAugust 1
bit job ico BitJobPre Sale August 2
Brick Block ico Brick BlockAugust 2
synchrolife ico SynchroLifeAugust 3
blocklancer ico BlocklancerAugust 5 | Read More
betking BetKingAugust 7
exchange union coin ico Exchange Union (XUC)August 7 | Read More
monkey capital ico Monkey CapitalAugust 8
coss ico Coss Token SwapAugust 8
stuff go go ico StuffGoGoAugust 12 | Read More
spectiv ICO SpectivAugust 14
Storm token ICO Storm TokenAugust 15
prime-ex ico Prime-ExAugust 15 | Read More
token stars ico Token StarsAugust 24 | Read More
wolk ico WolkAugust 28
harbour ico HarbourAugust 30
monetha ico MonethaAugust 31 | Read More
kingsds ico KingsDSOctober 1 | Read More
qvolta ico QvoltaOctober 10
crazy bet ico CrazyBETLive Now | Read More
propy ico PropyLive Now
presearch ico PresearchLive Now
presearch ico BitClaveLive Now | Read More
investfeed ico token sale information investFeedLive Now | Read More
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act ico ACTLive Now | Read More
District0X initial coin offering District0XLive Now
peerbanks ico PeerBanksLive Now | Read More
populous ico PopulousLive Now
ekasi bucks ico Ekasi BucksLive Now | Read More
dent ico DentLive Now
royal kingdom coin ico Royal Kingdom CoinLive Now | Read More
mothership ICO MothershipLive Now
hive ico HiveLive Now | Read More
neverdie ico NEVERDIELive Now | Read More
dao.casino ico DAO.CasinoLive Now | Read More
geofounders ico crowdfunding GeoFoundersLive Now | Read More
Giga WattLive Now | Read More
WalletBoss crowdfunding microfinance WalletBossLive Now | Read More
make it viral ico Make It ViralTBA
fund request ico Fund RequestTBA | Read More
autoria ico AutoriaTBA
akasha ico AkashaTBA
hivemind ico Hivemind TBA
coin dash ico Coin Dash TBA
mybit ico MyBit TBA
poet ico Po.et TBA
xarcade ico Xarcade TBA
battle ball ico Battle Ball TBA
hungry panda ico Hungry Panda Coin TBA
AltoCar ico AltoCar TBA
dim coin ico DimCoin TBA
EOS ico EOS TBA
TenX ico TenX TBA
aether united ico Aether United TBA
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skin coin ico crowdsale Skin CoinICO Ended | Read More
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The BitcoinChaser ICO Hub

 

ICO hubWith the explosion of cryptocurrencies, many investors are curious about the process that brings these digital assets into the markets. An ICO, or Initial Coin Offering, has become one of the most popular processes by which new cryptocurrency projects can garner users.

Bitcoin Chaser has taken on the task of defining and putting all the relevant information together in this ICO hub. This page contains everything you need to understand about how initial coin offerings work, as well as all the in-depth information regarding their dynamics, where to find them and what to do with them. Our staff will be working diligently to bring you the latest ICOs to this ICO hub, with all the information available about every new project.

What is an Initial Coin Offering (ICO)?

An Initial Coin Offering, or ICO, is the process of crowdfunding a new cryptocurrency project. Sometimes referred to as a token sale, the cryptocurrency project receives money to finance their operations while, in return, individuals who invested receive a portion of the project’s tokens. Initial coin offerings generally last between a few weeks and a month.

The term initial coin offering (ICO) is borrowed from finance and upgraded to conceptualize the initial sale of cryptocurrency or blockchain powered tokens.

There are different types of ICOs. Some may resemble crowdfunding campaigns, and others may resemble stock exchange style IPOs. However, an ICO is unique in the mechanisms it uses to reach the market, and the nature of what it offers.

There are a few critical characteristics that define the ICO. The following is a short list of these characteristics:

  • An ICO sells participation in an economy, project or decentralized autonomous organization (DAO, which is an organization that is governed by smart contracts and has no central authority).
  • Generally, coin ICOs sell participation in an economy while token ICOs sell a right of ownership or royalties in a project, or DAO.
  • Owning tokens for royalties or dividends may or may not entail the right to a vote on the direction of the project or DAO. That depends on the way the initial coin offering is structured.
  • Most ICOs depend on a pre-mined digital asset, which is basically ‘minting’ a certain amount of coins or tokens before the sale – which contrasts with traditional cryptocurrencies like bitcoin or Litecoin.
  • The value of the initial coin offering – not the price of the coins or tokens – is defined by the underlying benefit that an economy, a project or a DAO it is enabling.
  • ICO prices are generally discounted from expected market prices, and are determined by the creators of the economy, project or DAO.
  • ICOs can have multiple funding rounds leading to the launch of the economy, project or DAO, with each round making the coins or tokens it offers more expensive until the release date.
  • ICOs are over once the coin or token is released for everyone else to buy at market price.

“The stock market is filled with people who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing” – Phillip Fisher

ICO vs IPO

Those who are familiar with IPOs – Initial Public Offerings – will see many similarities between the ICO and the IPO. Both processes are different nonetheless, but comparing them will help readers understand how an initial coin offering works. In order to go ahead with the comparison, let’s define IPO first.

According to Investopedia, an IPO is “the first time that a stock of a private company is offered to the public”. Furthermore, IPOs are “often issued by smaller, younger companies seeking capital to expand, but they can also be done by large privately owned companies looking to become publicly traded”.

IPOICO
Private company issues shares to be sold on a given stock exchange.Creators sell a stake in their project, economy or DAO.
The company keeps on running through a classic corporate structure.The project, economy or DAO runs according to how it was programmed. Many are underpinned by purely democratic principles. Classic corporate structures are rare.
Decision making power is centralized (CEO, board of directors).Decision making is decentralized in most cases (unless it is a project like Lisk).
Financial data must be released according to stock exchange regulation.Financial data is either public (blockchain access) or its disclosure is subject to guidelines that investors agreed to.
CEO/Board decides whether to pay dividends to investors or not.Some give their investors dividends and some don’t. Depends on the project guidelines.
Companies must pay taxes and stock holders must declare and pay capital gains tax.Token or cryptocurrency holders pay capital gains tax. The project, economy or DAO is not necessarily subject to direct taxation.
Stock sales through an IPO are usually done in a single round. Legal and financial experts come together to determine the conditions, price and offer brokerage to sell stock to the public (lots of intermediaries).Token or cryptocurrency sale is direct and often done in multiple rounds. Few intermediaries are necessary (in some cases, cryptocurrency exchanges act as intermediaries). In some cases, no intermediaries are necessary. Every investor reads the respective white paper and decides whether to invest.

Why do ICOs Exist?

ICOs exist mainly to raise funds, but also to jump-start the sale of the service that the creators want to market, or to jump start the use of a new cryptocurrency. Initial coin offerings help blur the line between investment and consumption, because most of the times, the investor becomes a consumer of the service that the ICO offers.

On the other hand, it is the best way to get people acquainted with a blockchain project. Users can then take their tokens or cryptocurrency and use them within the eco-system that the blockchain project created. Often times, the initial coin offering allows people to buy tokens or cryptocurrency at a discount, but this is not always true. The price of the token or cryptocurrency is governed by pure demand and supply once it is released. Prices may drop below initial coin offering levels.

Vetting ICOs

Many ICOs work indeed as pump and dump schemes. Certain people create a lot of hype around a given altcoin or token that is about to launch, they buy it while it is cheap and then let the hype carry the prices over to a point at which they sell their stake suddenly. This can generate huge crashes, wiping out considerable amounts of capital in the process. Furthermore, there are scammers that disguise their scams as an ICO in order to simply take people’s money. There is no ironclad vetting mechanism out there, nor there is any regulatory body taking care of the interests of investors. This doesn’t mean that every ICO is a pump and dump scheme or a scam, but anyone interested in crowdfunding a new token or cryptocurrency should explore in detail what they are investing in.

What is the relationship between Crowdfunding and an ICO?

Some investors may shy away from ICOs as much as they shy away from crowdfunding efforts. This is due to the similarities between both of the mechanisms in terms of the risk. Nevertheless, crowdfunding of projects on sites like Kickstarter may not be taken to be as risky as an ICO. Yet there are a few other similarities between crowdfunding and initial coin offerings. In essence, an ICO is the crowdfunding tool of the blockchain world. The aim basically is to get investors to fund the development of a given blockchain project. In order to do that, they are offered a piece of the pie which is also the product of the blockchain. Just like with crowdfunding, which often offers investors a unit of whichever product that company seeks to produce, an ICO offers tokens or currency for the new blockchain project to its investors.

This is exactly where the similarities between crowdfunding and ICOs end. It is important to understand that most crowdfunded projects are centralized, in the sense that funds flow from the investor to the owner, but the owner keeps control over the project. In most cases an initial coin offering has funds flowing from investors to blockchain project developers, while at the same time tokens or cryptocurrency flow back to the investors in exchange. This almost always guarantees loss of control by the developers in favor of the investors, while making the investor an active stakeholder of the project to a certain degree.

Why wasn’t Bitcoin Launched through an ICO?

There are many people who would regard the advent of bitcoin as a process that did not follow any of the aforementioned characteristics of an ICO. That is partially true, but in essence, for bitcoin to become safe, it had to undergo some kind of crowdfunding effort. Early adopters who started mining in essence, were investing in the bitcoin project. Many would say that investing electricity in mining for bitcoin, was the way to launch bitcoin’s initial coin offering, since investors would pay for electricity in order to secure the network, and in return they would get a reward. That reward halves after every time 210,000 blocks are mined, and mining becomes more difficult as more miners join the network, creating that diminishing scale of return initial coin offerings nowadays try to recreate through their funding schemes. Taking the halving of mining rewards as ICO rounds, would complete the parallel between today’s ICO and the way bitcoin came to be widely adopted.

Pre-mined Coins vs Bitcoin

Most people would agree that the creation, launch and adoption of bitcoin (or even Litecoin) will never be recreated for another cryptocurrency or blockchain project. This means that most ICOs will necessarily have to pre-mine part of their coins in order to launch their project. There are some exceptions like Zcash. This cryptocurrency was not pre-mined for its initial coin offering, but that affected its price afterwards. Since the demand for the coin was high but the supply was low due to the absence of pre-mining, price skyrocketed to $5,292 USD per coin just one day after the initial coin offering. Zcash price subsequently crashed.

Although cryptocurrency purists would like to see more ICOs mimic the way bitcoin launched, there is value in having a certain degree of pre-mining before the cryptocurrency launches. In any case the creators will always have the first mover advantage, and will likely have a sizeable stash of coins stowed away. Even Satoshi Nakamoto is known to have 1 million bitcoin, so any exercise in limiting the amount cryptocurrency creators can keep, is pointless. Nevertheless some developers promise to “burn” part of the pre-mined coins once they launch an ICO. This is an effort in self-regulation that might make a given project more appealing. Users will then be able to corroborate that the coins were “burned” or disappeared through various verification mechanisms.

How does an ICO work?

In broad terms, cryptocurrency creators design their blockchains, protocols and rules under which their cryptocurrencies and networks will operate. Then they set a date for the initial coin offering. In most cases, they will start mining for coins to sell during the ICO. The next challenge is to get a critical mass of people to be ready to buy the coins on that date and start using them. In the meantime and up until that date, cryptocurrency creators make the final adjustments to their blockchains – which hopefully they have already checked and debugged thoroughly by the time they sell their project to the public.

Cryptocurrency creators also need exchanges to take up their cryptocurrency. These exchanges serve as brokers, and play a role similar to that of the stock exchange during an IPO. Then when the countdown to the ICO reaches zero, people who have an account at these exchanges, are able to buy the new cryptocurrency with other cryptocurrencies or with fiat money.

Where can I find ICOs?

Initial coin offerings are often announced through Reddit or through other social media outlets. Now, Bitcoin Chaser will also have its own ICO announcements within its very own ICO hub. Bitcoin Chaser readers will be able to find the latest information on initial coin offerings right here on this page, together with links and articles about them.

Trusted Bitcoin Exchanges with ICOs

Once readers have selected their desired ICO, they will be able to buy into it through their favorite cryptocurrency exchange, or directly through the official website of the developers launching that ICO. Here at Bitcoin Chaser we have 3 main cryptocurrency exchanges that we have worked with, through which readers can buy their new coins. The following is the list of these exchanges:

  • Poloniex
  • Bittrex
  • Kraken

Depending on where users are in the world, each broker will ask for different types of documents in order to open a trading account and allow the user to trade. If you are interested in participating in initial coin offerings through any of the exchanges above, please follow the links to their sites and make sure you read their rules and disclaimers clearly before you start trading. We must warn you that ICOs just like IPOs and any other investment, entail risks. You must be completely certain that you are aware of the risks and can take responsibility for potential losses. This is part of your due diligence as an investor. Bitcoin Chaser will not take responsibility for any of your financial decisions.

Most Successful ICOs

Aside from bitcoin, the most successful ICO so far is Ethereum. But there are certainly other initial coin offerings which have made it into the history books for the amount of money raised and the time it took them to get there. Here are some examples based only on the amount of funds raised and the time it took these projects to get there:

  1. Ethereum (Ether-ETH) – $18.5 million USD equivalent (bitcoin + fiat).
  2. MaidSafe Coin (MAID) – $7 million USD raised in just 5 hours, holding the record for most funds in the shortest amount of time.
  3. ICONOMI (ICN) – $9.1 million USD equivalent, $5.8 million of which came within the first 30 days.
  4. Lisk (LSK) – More than $5 million USD equivalent raised.
  5. Augur (REP) – More than $4.7 million USD equivalent.

Can I Mine and Sell the Coins at an ICO?

Some ICOs, like NeuCoin for example, are not in the list above because they raised funds before the initial coin offering, paying angel investors with the cryptocurrency they created. This means that in theory, it is possible to mine coins before the ICO, but generally just the developers in charge of the project can do so. Many of these initial coin offerings sell pre-mined coins at the ICO, but it is hard to find information about angel investors selling their coins through this system. Some might argue that any such projects that has backing from angel investors, cannot really call for an initial coin offering when they first offer their cryptocurrency to the public. An answer to this question is therefore more an issue of semantics than anything else.

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