Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) are on pace for another record year. According to a report by CoinDesk last month, ICOs have already raised more money in the first three months of 2018 than the whole of 2017. While this number includes the now discontinued Telegram ICO, it is clear that even in the face of growing regulation and media scrutiny, ICOs are showing no signs of slowing down.
To keep up with the explosive growth in ICOs, a number of projects and companies have developed full-service platforms to simplify and improve the process of both creating token and conducting a sale.
Here are 5 New ICO Platforms to Watch
CoinLaunch is an end-to-end crypto-asset issuance platform that simplifies the process of both creating a token and staging a crowdsale through a number of services. The CoinLaunch platform consists of three major elements: CoinCreator for issuing ERC20 tokens, a DAPP store that offers pre-built decentralized applications designed for easy integration and consulting services that allow teams to expand their roster for a short period with experts who know how to stage a successful ICO. (more)
CoinList recently raised $9.2 million in Series A funding to build a platform for digital asset companies to manage their token sales and for investors to discover high-quality projects. So far, CoinList has seen three ICOs launch on its platform, including Filecoin, Blockstack and Prop, with a total of $850 million in investments from thousands of users. Currently, CoinList only allows accredited investors to participate in token sales on their platform, meaning at least $200,000 in annual income for an individual, or $1 million in net assets. (more)
Quoine’s Mission Control (QASH)
QUOINE, a blockchain fintech company and creator of QASH, has announced the launch of its end-to-end ICO and listing platform, called ‘Mission Control.’ In the announcement, QUOINE details its plan to integrate Mission Control into its growing ecosystem of crypto platforms. QUOINE’s ICO platform will initially be integrated into the QRYPTOS exchange, before becoming part of the forthcoming LIQUID platform. (more)
Stratis, a project building a blockchain for real-world enterprise and financial services, has recently announced the launch of its zero-fee ICO platform. According to the announcement, the platform is feature rich and enables users to quickly deploy an ICO with a ‘Deploy to Azure’ button. (more)
Waves, a platform which allows users to create, transfer and exchange blockchain tokens on a peer-to-peer basis in a single multi-currency wallet. The platform, which will soon implement smart contracts, allows users to issue their own tokens on the Waves blockchain with just a few steps. There are currently 18 tokens that have launched or are in the process of launching on the Waves blockchain. (more)
Given that the ICO craze shows no sign of slowing, and that the world is quickly tokenizing, there’s a need for better services to help companies navigate the complex process with growing regulatory scrutiny. These 5 platforms provide unique tools and features that work to simplify and improve the initial coin offering.
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