Today, most ICOs incentivize poor token design. Given that projects raise money through the sale of utility tokens, they wrongly design their tokens to be stores of value instead of convenient mechanisms to access network utility. Source: sia… Read More


Today, most ICOs incentivize poor token design. Given that projects raise money through the sale of utility tokens, they wrongly design their tokens to be stores of value instead of convenient mechanisms to access network utility. Source: sia… Read More


This is part of the #ICOresearch series. Primarily, i am using the blog to collate all the data i can find about the upcoming ICO token which i am interested in. Source: Link… Read More


With over 40 ICOs and over $ 1 billion raised already in the new year, the nascent industry is on pace to top last year’s mark of $ 5.6 billion. 2018: An Even Bigger Year for ICOs? Last year, there were 902 so-called Initial Coin Offerings (or ICO) projects tracked by TokenData. Out of that… Read More


In Buterin’s post, he describes a smart contract in which token holders vote to set two mechanisms: a “tap” and a “refund.” First, the tap is the rate at which the smart contract would allow the issuing team to draw down ether from the smart contract that holds funds raised in a crowdsale. Source: Link… Read More