How to Launch an ICO.
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An initial coin offering (ICO) is a way for an organization to raise funds for a promising blockchain-related project. Investors buy into an ICO (sometimes with fiat, but usually with other cryptocurrencies) in exchange for the organization's newly-minted coins or tokens. Because there have been several ICOs that turned out to be scams, you'll need to cover all bases to ensure that yours is trustworthy. If an investor believes in your project's vision, leadership, coinbase pro kune binance and ability to produce a coin or token that will become profitable, ihembe le-binance cryptocurrency exchange
they'll be likely to buy into your ICO. This wikiHow teaches you the basics of launching an ICO, as well as some best practices to build trust with investors.