Friday, December 14, 2018
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Tag: ICOs

‘I think ICO is a dirty word’ – lessons in compliance

Darren Marble, CEO of CrowdfundX, shared his knowledge on producing and marketing regulated ICOs or Security Token Offers (STOs), such as KodakCoin. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Before you ICO, learn from challenges and experiences

Learn from experience before embarking on one. Read more: e27.co

Why ICOs should be thanking Twitter, Facebook, & Google

Twitter, Facebook, and Google have now banned or restricted cryptocurrency related advertising. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Twitter confirms ban on cryptocurrency ads

Twitter has publicly announced that they will start instituting a ban on cryptocurrency ads, including ICOs, following in the footsteps of Google and Facebook. Read more: bitcoinist.com

iComplyICO raises investment from Uber founding member

iComplyICO, a compliance platform that automates securities regulation for ICOs, has landed more investment. Read more: fintech.global

Zach Piester: Singapore has become a hub for ICOs

Zach Piester, a co-founder of Intrepid Ventures, works in Central Asia and refers this part of the world to a center of the universe for him and his colleagues. Read more: bitcoinist.com

ICOs prove that ‘follow the money’ still rings true

Identifying successful startups amid the dozens of initial coin offerings taking place each week may be easier that it appears. Read more: www.bloomberg.com

U.S. venture capital’s digital coin quandary: cash-rich startups

U.S. venture capital firms lining up for a slice of the burgeoning digital currency market are grappling with a novel challenge - Their money isn't needed Read more: www.reuters.com

Crazy cryptocurrency and how Watson fixes RegTech

No one can tell if ICOs have caused cryptocurrencies to really "arrive" or if those have simply caused a cryptocurrency bubble. Read more: bankinnovation.net

Digital tokens are making bitcoin’s huge rally look tame

Forget US stocks and emerging-market assets, even ignore bitcoin. Those brave enough to invest in the Wild West of tech are the ones making a killing. Read more: www.bloomberg.com