How to do an ICO
First of all, congratulations for making it this far! You now have your MBA in how to run a blockchain business. Your post ICO strategy should be focused on delivering on the promises that you made during your ICO.
The cryptocurrency exchange dimension is what makes the difference between crowdfunding and an ICO. As a crowdfunding contributor, after contributing to a campaign you simply sit, wait, and hope that the project that you contributed to is completed.
This is a technical team’s webapp/website checklist for running an ICO. Note: Some of these steps are relevant only for ICOs with ERC20 tokens. While the rest is applicable to all ICOs.
Unlike typical startups, ICOs usually use advisors to help with various functions of the company. We have new projects signing up to our platform daily, so I have seen and evaluated over 400 ICOs.
You've got your product in place; you're implementing your marketing strategy, speaking with lawyers, building your community, now it’s time to hit the road.
One of the most important things to do when launching an ICO is to seek legal counsel. With a quick search, you should be able to find an attorney in […]
Most ICO’s don’t succeed. From what I’ve observed, the reason is that they haven’t properly grown their community. It is a must that you grow your community in order for […]
There are many types of ICO agencies. Let’s compare some of the differences, then I will explain why generally they are a bad idea. The bad types of agencies 1. […]
Each specific company will need a different strategy depending on the type of business, the strengths/weaknesses of the team, region, etc. I wrote this as a guide to point you […]
Here’s the thing. NOBODY CARES ABOUT YOUR ICO! There are so many projects to choose from these days, your project truly has to be extraordinary in order to get noticed. […]