Enterprise Startups Are the ICO 2.0
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Published 19 minutes ago by Karnika E. Yashwant

In 2018 alone, ICO projects have raised , nearly doubling the amount raised in 2017, but  conducted by a small team at Boston College in Massachusetts showed that “only 44.2 percent of token projects are active into the fifth month or beyond, using their social footprint via Twitter as a barometer of health.” The ICO “death barometer” further showed the following: Breaking it down by category, 83% of the 694 ICOs that don’t report capital and don’t list on an exchange are inactive after 120 days. For the 420 ICOs that raise some capital but don’t list, this figure falls to 52%, and for the 440 ICOs that list on an exchange, only 16% are inactive in the fifth month.

This is no longer surprising for those in the crypto and blockchain community. We already know the ravine towards where most ICOs are heading due to a methodology which almost all follow – a matter of their TOKENOMICS not being clarified. From the cited in the , the least successful ICOs were the cryptocurrencies but the most popular industries with the largest number of projects – finance, gaming, and infrastructure – persisted.

Well, for many months, I kept shouting at the top of my voice that the next wave of successful ICOs would be from the , the ones which will be successful in bull and bear, no matter what. This has the “trust” and “security” of an “STO” but hassle-free, flexible, low relative fundraising expenses of an “ICO”, with a very balanced “growth driven” direction and objective from people who “finally” make sense. Do you agree with the premise that enterprise-class startups will be the next generation of ICOs? Coin spectator is an automated news aggregation service. All copyrights belong to their respective owners. Images and text owned by copyright holders are used in reference to and promotion of those respective parties. Read in Full

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