TOP-3 Upcoming ICO 14.01 - 20.01 according to our readers

Let’s check which ICOs from 14th to 20th January are considered the best according to our readers
16 January 2018   823

Our readers are dedicated cryptocurrency enthusiasts and fans of blockchain technology. We provide them with the ability to express their opinion regularly. Let's check top three ICO of this week according to our readers.

1. SelfKey

SelfKey is a Blockchain based digital identity system that allows individuals and companies to truly own, control and manage their digital identity, and instantly access Citizenship and Residency by Investment, Company Incorporation, Fintech Products, Token Sales, Exchanges and much more.

It's no wonder that SelfKey is on the 1st place in our poll. Team was able to reach hard cap in 11 minutes! $21 780 000 was raised extremally quick! Great result!

2. MachtCoin

Machtcoin, Adrenaline inspired, is a community based and decentralized cryptocurrency built with the latest blockchain technology and creating an eco-system application based on  3 pillars of project that consist of sport, travel & tourism, and trading in one platform.

These guys showed great result too! 100% of MCH (320,000 MCH) has been SOLD OUT in Round 1 in 1 hour and 56 minutes. 

3. Fire Lotto

FireLotto is new Ethereum based lottery. All transactions via smart contract. Fire Lotto can operate as a global blockchain protocol, but can also be offered to governments of specific countries as a solution to challenges to ensuring a fair lottery.

And team from the 3rd place was able to show great result not only in our readers' poll. 8 382 487 FLOT tokens were sold during the first day of presale. Almost 2000 investors took part in, contributing 1 157,4582 ETH, 56,141 BTC and $183,233.  Fire Lotto raised almost $2.5M in the first day of pre sale. 

As you can see, year 2018 for ICO campaigns started really good. Top 3 ICO of this week showed great results extremely fast. Our readers have great "sense" for top ICOs and showed their support for those, that are truly on the top. 

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Token Sales Still 'Rampant', China State TV Says

Country's highest-level government mouthpiece, has hit out at domestic ICOs that it says are still "rampant," despite a 2017 ban
23 May 2018   65

China Central Television (CCTV), the country's largest government mouthpiece, paid attention to the ICO theme, saying that this sphere, despite the ban introduced in 2017, is still "rampant." This is reported by CoinDesk.

During the Financial News broadcast, the media reported that the ban on the ICO was imposed last September by the People's Bank of China did not deter local investors from investing in the crypto sector. On the contrary, their desire for rapid enrichment led to the rise of this area of ​​the economy.

Further, CCTV told about the sharp rise, as the Chinese crypto community calls them, "air coins" - told about tokens, for which there are no legally registered companies - and stated that the number of these "air coins" increased by 30 times after the ICO ban.

While many business entities have moved their projects overseas following the ICO ban, a lot of these 'air coins' carried on fundraising in China without migration because they are loosely organized as a temporary team, not even a formal business entity.
 

CCTV

These projects often state that they are connected with well-known crypto-currency investors like Li Xiaolai, one of the first investors and bitocain evangelists in China, to appear legitimate.

99.99 percent of the time, I'm being associate with these projects without even knowing it. There's always this fear of missing out (FOMO) among investors. And when they can't make judgments by themselves, they tend to refer to whoever influential is associated with the project.
 

Li Xiaolai

Cryptocurrency investor

China's central television is not the first time trying to tell the public about the "chaos" that prevails in the crypto-currency market. Simultaneously, China's law enforcement agencies stepped up efforts to combat projects aimed at attracting investor funds through the sale of tokens.