ChronoBank is holding an ICO/crowdsale in December. Smith + Crown analyzed the economics behind the TIME token being sold. Our findings can help you decide if you’d like to participate.
Author: Smith+Crown Research Team
Golem’s ICO is over. It raised 820,000 ETH (roughly $8.6 million) in a couple hours. Golem aims to build a P2P computing network across the globe: anyone can rent out computing power. Here are our thoughts on the project.
Komodo is in the final stages of its ICO. It is part of a much bigger vision for the future of blockchain technology–the SuperNET, in development since 2014, and in many ways, different from prevailing trends in the cryptocurrency space.
ICONOMI has been one of the most successful ICOs in 2016. How did the investments
Antshares launches. Synereo wraps up its crowdsale. Komodo quietly launches its own. Sales for Hacker Gold begin. Updates from around the ICO world.
InChain–a DAO providing insurance services for cryptocurrency holdings–is launching a crowdsale on October 26, 2016. Smith+Crown interviewed project founders about the model, how it works, and the challenges ahead.
BitGirls is a reality-tv-like show in Japan in which the audience can use cryptographic voting tokens to influence show content. Smith+Crown’s original research report takes a deeper look at the project itself, the crowdsale details, and the market for crowdsale tokens.
Incent Loyalty has raised over $500,000 in its ICO. Incent will be a platform for customer loyalty rewards, oriented around Incent tokens. The tokens are tradeable and can be redeemed at participating merchants, just like cash.