ICOs news & headlines
Latest breaking stories, features and analysis
- The SEC had previously penalised Paragon Coin with a £201,000 fine for not registering its token.
- According to the judge, the ICO was conducted over the internet.
- This case also dragged rapper The Game into the lawsuit.
Latest ICOs news
An ICO that capitalizes on the ‘information world’ will begin a presale on December 14th.
A new ICO from Stoby will sell students' free time on its decentralized blockchain platform.
Harapan coin launched an ICO (initial coin offering) recently in Malaysia to raise funds for an opposing political party, Malaysian news outlet The Star reports, and certain government officials aren't best pleased.
London-based Terra Virtua will soon launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering), during which it hopes to raise as much as $29 million.
An initial coin offering featuring farming data will launch on January 1st 2019.
Rubiix will soon launch its pre-sale and public ICO (inital coin offering) so please see below for full details re the Tel Aviv-based firm and its upcoming token sales.
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'.
A token sale with a health care focus at its centre will begin on February 15th 2019.
EndChain will, on December 1, launch the public round of its highly-anticipated ICO (inital coin offering), during which it hopes to raise as much as $13 million.
On November 15th a new ICO from digital crypto exchange platform creators, CoVEX, will begin.
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.
Madrid-based EthicHub will, this month (November) launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering), following a successful pre-sale.
An Australian betting, fantasy sports and gaming ecosystem will start its ICO on November 21st.
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.
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).
A new health care oriented ICO where rewards are gained for looking after your own health, will begin its main token sale in just under two weeks’ time.
Soar, the Australia-based super-mapping company, will, on November 19, launch the public round of its ICO (initial coin offering).