Investors are drawn to ICOs for their potential for profit and participation in ambitious projects.In contrast, funding a crowdfunded project essentially entails making a donation.And in a conventional Initial Public Offering (IPO),
The initial coin offering (ICO) craze swept the globe in 2017 and 2018.Even though there is less interest in initial coin offerings (ICOs), there are still good reasons to participate in token sales.
The most important reasons to invest in an ICO Profit and the chance to participate in ambitious projects are the most important reasons to invest in an ICO.
In contrast, funding a crowdfunded project essentially entails making a donation.Additionally, investors receive voting rights and the right to receive dividends when participating in an Initial Public Offering (IPO), which is the standard method of capital raising on a stock exchange.
Investors acquire tokens in an ICO, also known as a "crowdsale," which may provide them with various benefits.They anticipate the success of the project in which they are investing as well as an increase in the value of its token.For instance, in 2014, the Ethereum blockchain project sold its coin ether for USD 0.40 to raise USD 18 million in bitcoins.The price of ether was about $750 in December 2017.To put it another way, in December 2017, your investment would have been worth more than USD 187,000 if you had purchased 100 ether coins during the ICO in 2014.
Other benefits of investing in an ICO An increase in value is not the only advantage an ICO investor can anticipate.According to Smith+Crown, a research firm specializing in blockchain and cryptocurrency finance, tokens typically confer a variety of rights on their holders, and each token may confer multiple types of rights