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Watch this video to learn more about these ICOs, their teams, roadmaps, positive and negative things, and much more. (47) Absolutely agree. I especially agree if you’re looking at a project for long term holding, which I think is the only real way to diligence a project. Are they giving discounts to pre-buyers? (who will dump on ICO buyers, seems to be the trend atm) Definitely agree. SALT is a great example of how NOT to do this. That said, I think slight discounts are okay. To me, a good way to do discounts is: 1) Make it a small fraction of the overall sale. 2) Give it only to people who helped fund the early development to get to ICO. 3) Lock the tokens up for an extended period. (6 months to 1 year +) 4) Disclose it prior to the start of the crowdsale. It’s not really fair to require that projects get a product or get to MVP with absolutely no level of funding to get there. Are they asking for an unreasonable amount? (Anything higher 10 - 20 mill initial funding is just being greedy imo for 99% of ICO’s). I don’t really think it’s “greedy” per se.
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Some (although very few) projects have a genuine need for larger amounts than this.
I don’t think it’s bad if there is a well thought out, long term plan. If you’re supporting a project long term, then you would want it to be in the best financial position possible. (Lots of cash). For example, I take the investment position of “hold long term”. Much like an early stage angel investor, the LAST thing I want is I for my projects to be underfunded. I want them to have the necessary resources at their disposal to make the project of a success. (Think about it like a VC or traditional investor, you’re THRILLED if your project raises a ton of funding, less likely it dies. You don’t really care that it might be at a high valuation). I like to optimize against dying. So while I think it’s impractical to think that every project needs $10-20m+ (most don’t), I think it’s prudent to assess this on a case by case basis. For this space to be sustainable we as a community have to demand better from ICO’s. Giving away 100+ million ETH to any start up is absurd. This is why I think transparency, communication, and solid teams mean everything. Just because it’s crypto shouldn’t change the lense of what makes a project sustainable or good. ICO TODAY (이하 “회사”라 함) 는 정보통신서비스 제공자가 준수하여야 할 관련 법령상의 개인정보 보호 규정을 준수하며, 관련 법령에 의거한 개인정보 처리방침을 정하여 이용자 권익보호에 최선을 다하고 있습니다.
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This removes the anonymity aspect, considered a crucial element of cryptocurrencies based on the idea of a decentralized system that exists outside the control of governments and central banks. It’s worth noting that such identification measures are already widely used by existing crypto exchanges, and in many token sales. There is also some irony in a cryptocurrency backed by fractional reserves. This was anathema to the founding principles of bitcoin, the granddaddy of cryptocurrencies. But a coin whose price doesn’t swing wildly—a so-called “stablecoin”—is something that has been pursued by the cryptorati for some time. The most high-profile example is Tether, a token whose makers claim is fully backed by dollar reserves, with each tether backed by one US dollar. There is about $2.3 billion worth of Tether circulating on global crypto-markets today, but no one is sure whether those cash reserves truly exist. Tether’s creators have fired an auditor it hired to verify its claims, raising further suspicions from the market. Saga joins a rush to create a legitimate stablecoin, including some backed by big-name Silicon Valley investors. Both are backed by the blue-chip venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz. Saga Genesis is being offered as a voucher token to early supporters and investors. More broadly, the Saga Foundation wants to use blockchain to “re-examine governance paradigms” and come up with a new approach to how society exchanges value. If this sounds confusing, maybe this artsy video the foundation created can clear it up: Or maybe not. Please, describe the bugs in the data. Missed rounds, incorrect statuses, unworkable links or any other bugs found.
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[Innovation]: 1) New dApp Paradigm - The foundational layer provided by Nervos is completely decoupled from the dApp on which it runs.
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