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Could Telegram Cancel Its Public ICO?

Could Telegram Cancel Its Public ICO?

Thus far, Telegram is the most successful Initial Coin Offering in terms of capital raised. According to the latest numbers, the company managed to raise $1.7 billion from two private sales. Given that it managed to raise more than anticipated capital, now it puts under question mark the public ICO,

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Pakistan Bans ICO Transactions

Pakistan Bans ICO Transactions

In a move that was announced two days ago, The State Bank of Pakistan, which is the central bank of Pakistan and the main regulator for domestic and international payment and money transfer services, it banned cryptocurrency and ICO-related transaction. The main operation that had been highlighted was the transfer

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The ICO Market Continues to Impress

The ICO Market Continues to Impress

Despite the slump in the price of cryptocurrencies that started at the beginning of 2018 and is still in play, the ICO market is still on high heels. Investors seem to ignore the reduced demand for cryptocurrencies and continue to invest in startups that base their activity on the blockchain

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Kodak Working on its own ICO

Kodak Working on its own ICO

According to its 2017 annual report, the United States-based company – Kodak, is set to release its own cryptocurrency. The actual name will be KodakCoin and the whole system should be developed by WENN Digital. The ICO had been announced since early January 2018 and at that time KodakCoin was

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South Korea Rumored to Lift ICO Ban

South Korea Rumored to Lift ICO Ban

After news related to China that suggested the country could reconsider its ICO approach, now the same thing is happening with South Korea. In September 2017, the Financial Services Commission, the financial regulator of South Korea moved on and banned the Initial Coin Offerings procedures. However, despite that move, cryptocurrency

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ICO Regulation in Netherlands

ICO Regulation in Netherlands

The Initial Coin Offerings are still in the spotlight and the latest regulation news comes from the Netherlands. Following good news from China, which looks like it will reconsider its ICO approach, the situation begins to change in the Netherlands, as well. The main concern the public officials are currently

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Could China Reconsider Its ICO Approach?

Could China Reconsider Its ICO Approach?

One of the biggest hits for cryptocurrencies in 2017 had come from China, a country that banned foreign cryptocurrency exchanges and also Initial Coin Offerings. The ICO ban took place in September 2017 and at that time, officials from China stated that ICOs had “seriously disrupted the economic and financial

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Scam Websites Target the Telegram ICO

Scam Websites Target the Telegram ICO

As the news had been pointing out, the Telegram ICO is the most successful in history, raising more than $1 billion in pre-sale. However, given that big pot of money, some scammers are trying to take advantage of the event, in order to trap some of the people that would

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Three Signs of a Scam ICO

Three Signs of a Scam ICO

Even though Initial Coin Offerings could represent a good investment, caution is needed. As we’ve mentioned in a previous article, not all ICOs are legit and that is why we’ve assembled this article in order to show you three of the signs that show an ICO might be a scam.

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Are All ICOs Legit?

Are All ICOs Legit?

The new uprising trend in investing is by far represented by Initial Coin Offerings. In 2017 the ICO market surpassed $6 billion in value, showing that venture investors are seeing ICOs as a profitable investment. However, even though there are a lot of successful and profitable ICos, we want to

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