Ameer Rosic breaks down the pros and cons of investing in ICOs in an easy to understand way.
Jackson Palmer has his take on ICOs and what they do.
ICOs (or Initial Coin Offerings) have raised over $1.3 Billion for blockchain based start ups. That's a lot of money. But what the hell are they?
1. Don’t have a ready product, and paying customers...
The number of Initial coin offerings has surged over the past six months. However, all is not as rosy as it appears.
DISCLAIMER: The intention of this post is not to actually teach you how to scam people (it’s wrong you idiot!) but to raise awareness on how easy it is to do and to fall for.
Let’s put aside the hype, the overnight millionaires, and dazzling numbers for a second. There’s a few very important (and troubling things) happening with ICOs.
While the ICO ecosystem may be a multi-billion dollar industry, it’s also mostly unregulated and ICO scams are becoming more common.
The first part of this blog post will explain what problems ICOs are trying to solve, and the second part will explain how they’re creating far more problems than they’re mitigating.