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The cryptocurrency hit its highest price level since mid-March
Tezos, the company that once held the record for highest-grossing ICO before Telegram came along with its billion dollar ICO earlier this year, is finally moving toward a beta and formal release of its product, CoinDesk reports.
Belgium-based DataBroker DAO will launch the public round of its ICO on Thursday, April 26, following a successful ICO pre-sale which began on March 19, 2018, and featured a 50% bonus for investors. The ICO will run for one month, closing on May 26, and DTX (DataBroker DAO’s native currency) trading will commence on May 30. So far, only the CoinFalcon cryptocurrency exchange has confirmed support for the token. More on the ICO below...
Company wants to support decentralised apps
The third-largest cryptocurrency trades sideways on Monday
The digital currency receives support from Bitpay
The original cryptocurrency has posted impressive gains since early April low
Centra co-founder Ray Trapani has become the third Centra co-founder to be arrested and charged with fraud in connection with a token sale which took place earlier on this year. During the widely publicised ICO, the Centra team was able to con investors out of some $32 million (approx. £22.9 million) before getting caught.
Like Coin will launch its ICO on April 23 during which it aims to raise as much as 12,000 ETH, or $7.5 million (£5.35 million), at time of writing. Like Coin hopes to change the way content creators generate income from their posts by allowing creators to make money directly from likes. The income content creators currently make via posting on platforms such as Facebook does not stem directly for likes; Like Coin wants to change this.
The total amount of money raised by ICOs (initial coin offerings) in 2018 so far has already surpassed that of 2017, CoinDesk reports. During 2017, an impressive $5.6 billion (£3.97 billion) was raised by tech startups via ICOs – itself, a record, at the time.
Modex plans to launch its ICO tomorrow, April 20, following the close of its private token sale which ended today. Branded as a ‘smart contract marketplace’, the Gibraltar-based IT company aims to create a platform which will facilitate an app ecosystem that houses smart contracts and cryptocurrencies alike.
Centra co-founder Ray Trapani has become the third Centra co-founder to be arrested and charged with fraud in connection with a token sale which took place earlier on this year. During the widely publicised ICO, the Centra team was able to con investors out of some $32 million (approx. £22.9 million).
LTC has been outperformed by major rivals despite solid gains
One of South Korea’s largest exchanges will be targeting large investors with token sale, according to reports
A crowd funding platform that aims to help global ecological projects begins its private presale today.
Upcoming hard fork may be contributing to BCH’s rally
The third-largest cryptocurrency has gained more than 50% since April 12
The country’s border control agency is concerned that the high electricity consumption of poses higher fire risk
The digital coin’s price has nearly doubled over the past week
The digital coin has gained 35% in the past week
The fourth-largest cryptocurrency on the market sees increased trading activity
The e-commerce giant wins a patent for a system that would enable organisations and individuals to sell data streams to customers
Crypto mining company Extrabit is offering investors a 50% token discount in its private presale.
The third-largest digital coin enjoys increased trading activity in South Korea