Bitrue Launches the Event Page for ArtVerse Token Sale

On September 23, Bitrue announced on a Twitter post the opening of the ArtVerse token sale event page on its platform. The platform is working on the final touches before the presale, set to kick off on September 27. ArtVerse’s AVT token will list on Bitrue before other exchanges, according to confirmation on its Twitter page. ArtVerse is a decentralized platform focusing its objectives on streamlining activities within the crypto art industry. It is leveraging the decentralization offered by blockchain technology to create…

Tips to Evaluate Crypto Token Offerings Before Investing in 2021

You've finally found the one crypto token offering (ICO) you've always sought. Somehow though, a cautious part of you prevents you from taking that plunge. As excited as you are about the product, there's that uncomfortable feeling urging you to reconsider. You finally submit to this prodding to evaluate the ICO that has got you so smitten. The problem is you're at a loss as to where to start your search. Crypto token offers (ICOs/IEOs/STOs) are the route that many…

Latest Trends of Funding Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Projects

The current crypto and blockchain funding environment consist of initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs), and private funding rounds.  In the last few years, the growing and maturing blockchain/crypto landscape have attracted private equity funds to the market. Numerous benefits provided by the emerging blockchain and crypto tech have incentivized businesses and individuals to explore and invest in it.  2017 was when cryptocurrencies, blockchain, and ICOs really began to take off, with most funding raised by blockchain companies…

The Emergence of Crypto IEO: Could 2020 Be the Hottest Fundraising?

In just over a year since it became popular, IEO (Initial Exchange Offering) managed to replace ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) as the fundraising system of choice for a majority of blockchain enterprises.  In simple terms, IEOs are a token sale that operates through a partner exchange. It's identical to an ICO in almost every way except that investors who can participate in the sale are typically limited to users on the associated exchange. The IEO process kicks off with an…

IEOs Bad Performance Leads To Investors Taking Massive Loses

The launch of Initial Exchange Offerings, IEOs, occurred in 2019. Nevertheless, incriminating new statistics show that IEO investors lost a maximum of 98% of their money. On the 23rd of December, the latest report on twelve leading IEOs by BitMEX Research got launched in 2019. Eleven of these IEOs are currently worthless compared to the price at which they first traded on exchanges. BitMEX Research maintained that their performance since the time they launched is always low. Nearly all the…

Why ICOs & IEOs are doomed and why STOs will be the next form of fundraising

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and Initial Exchange Offerings (IEOs) have been around for a couple of years. They represent a viable form of raising money for companies developing blockchain-based projects. For a long time, developers could not get enough of them. That is until Security Token Offerings (STOs) entered the scene and kicked speculative secondary markets in the teeth. Now, we are looking at a slow but steady fading away of ICOs & IEOs as fundraising methods in favor of…

ICO vs IEO vs STO: A Comparison of Tokenized Fundraising

Trying to raise enough capital for a venture in the past was not very easy. The options were limited. Today, Blockchain technology's innovative power makes a larger range of public funding options possible. By removing the place of a physical mediator in transactions and including transparency in transactions, the fundraising landscape expanded. As such, tokenized forms of funding, such as Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), became a game-changing facet of business funding, especially in the crypto landscape. However, with development as…