Miami-based Sound Legends will, on December 15, launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering), during which it hopes to raise as much as $10 million to further fund its blockchain-based 'global music platform'. read »2 days ago
BrikBit will, on November 29, launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering), during which it hopes to raise as much as 24,000 Ether (Ethereum’s native currency), or approx. $5.1 million, at time of writing. read »1 week ago
The People’s Bank of China (PBoC) now considers token airdrops to be nothing more than disguised ICOs (initial coin offerings), which it considers ‘illegal fundraising’, according to its 2018 financial stability report. read »2 weeks ago
433 Token aims to bridge the gap between professional football players, young talents, and fans; on November 16, the Hong Kong-based startup will launch an ICO (initial coin offering). read »2 weeks ago
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