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ICOs Fail to Impress Until Mid-January 2019

ICOs Fail to Impress Until Mid-January 2019

  A new year had started and unfortunately, funds raised by new ICOs fail to impress, continuing the same depressed trend we saw especially in the second half of 2018. As the cryptocurrency market continues to decrease in value, investors are afraid to get involved in new ICOs, since newly-launched

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SEC Approved 287 ICOs in 2018

SEC Approved 287 ICOs in 2018

  Although it is widely regarded as one of the toughest financial regulators in the world, The United States’ Securities and Exchange allowed a considerable number of ICOs to function, which shows that the agency is willing to cope with blockchain-based startups who comply with regulation. More than $8 billion

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Binance Launches a Platform for ICOs

Binance Launches a Platform for ICOs

  Currently the second exchange platform in the world, with an estimated $675 million in daily volume according to coinmarketcap.com, Binance will be more involved in the ICO industry in 2019, now with the launch of a platform that aims to help blockchain-based startups to sell their tokens. In a

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Ethereum-based ICOs Sell Their Tokens

Ethereum-based ICOs Sell Their Tokens

  Although the Ethereum platform had been the birthplace of many successful projects, 2018 had been a year to forget. Even though companies like DigixDAO, Golem, Aragon, and Filecoin had managed to raise substantial Ether amounts during their ICOs, Ether saw its worst year in its history, dropping from a

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The ICO market Continues to Be Depressed

The ICO market Continues to Be Depressed

  The situation does not seem to get better for Initial Coin Offerings, as the overall market picture suggests the blockchain-based start-ups are raising far less money today than they did a year ago. The ICO activity continues to slow down and this is raising questions on the prospects for

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French ICO-funded Crypto Asset Manager Approved

French ICO-funded Crypto Asset Manager Approved

  During 2018, there had been a lot of highlights from France and despite being one of the toughest countries in the world in terms of regulation, there were a lot of measures showing that the government is willing to integrate blockchain-based companies into the economy. A few months ago,

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SEC’s Clayton Reiterates on ICOs and ETFs

SEC’s Clayton Reiterates on ICOs and ETFs

  The Chairman of The United States’ Securities and Exchange Commission, Jay Clayton was on CNBC two days ago and talked about the subject of Initial Coin Offerings. The financial watchdog had been very vocal this year when it comes to digital assets and the latest speech from the Chairman

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Expectations for ICO Funding in 2019

Expectations for ICO Funding in 2019

  Even though ICOs managed to raise more than in 2018 as compared to 2017, the prospects for the next year do not look too encouraging. According to icodata.io, a website specialized in collecting data related to Initial Coin Offerings, blockchain-based start-ups managed to raise $7.32 billion in public offerings,

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The SEC Acted Against Two Illegal ICOs

The SEC Acted Against Two Illegal ICOs

  Widely regarded as one of the toughest financial watchdogs in the world, the SEC took some drastic measures against two illegal ICOs recently. Thus far, the agency put out some strong critics related to digital assets and ICOs but did not interfere in a meaningful way. A few months

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Thailand Will Launch an ICO Portal this Month

Thailand Will Launch an ICO Portal this Month

  The ICO regulation in Thailand will advance further by the end of November, as the Thai Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) aims to implement a new measure in order to reduce the number of ICO scams. Thailand had been one of the countries that showed increased interest in digital

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