We believe ICOs represent a genuinely new and disruptive financial vehicle and project launch strategy. However, the lack of standards around disclosure has helped fuel both scams and misunderstandings that lead to scam accusations. We propose a way projects can demonstrate best practices
Author: Matt Chwierut
Smith + Crown has developed a classification system for the various sectors into which blockchain-based companies are focusing their energies and integrated those results into our existing project database. Here, we outline our thinking on industry classification in the context of disruptive technology and show an initial look at what areas of the economy are getting targeted through token launches.
Smith + Crown has launched a curated list of ICOs and token sales. This list should help people focus on projects that meet several key criteria we think exhibit a thoughtful token sale. It is not a paid list, and inclusion is done at our own discretion.
The number of token sale projects on the market has increased rapidly in the first half of 2017. In order to better serve our community, we’ve updated our token sale listing policies.
Smith + Crown and Debevoise & Plimpton will be hosting workshops for entrepreneurs seeking to leverage the power of tokenization. Our next two will be in LA on July 20th and NY on August 3rd.
A deep look at the performance of the token sale market. This talk was given at Token Summit 2017.
Token sale markets have been hot–too hot, some say. We take a look at the recent rise in token sale activity in several contexts.
Smith + Crown would like your help in improving its token sale dashboard. Please participate in this four-question survey.