Top-3 Upcoming ICO 29.07 - 4.08 Acc. to Our Readers

Let’s check which ongoing ICOs from 29th July to 4th August are considered the best among our readers
30 July 2018   218

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 upcoming ICO according to our readers.

1. Tokenaire 

We ensure that Personalized Tokens represent an individual and that they are only issued once, by performing an identity-verification and a liveness-test through our official partner Sum& Substance. Personalized Tokens can be used as digital collectibles or merchandise to reward community members. Unlike solutions like STORJ, which only store the file hash on-chain while storing the actual data off-chain, we enable tokenized individuals to store data, such as text messages and images, directly on the blockchain in data-transactions. Like the ultimate time capsule, whatever has been posted cannot be corrupted, changed or removed due to the nature of a blockchain. Sum& Substance and Tokenaire formed an official partnership in order to ensure top-notch identity verification for the tokenizations. Hacken and Tokenaire partnered in order to ensure highest security standards for all of Tokenaire’s components through penetration-tests, code- and security-audits.

Tokenaire ICO
Tokenaire ICO

Tokenaire team wa able to sell 13661 tokens.

2. Triffic

Triffic is a gamified navigation app that runs on the Ardor blockchain. It lets users earn loyalty points called ‘GPS Tokens’ by performing actions such as travelling to a location, redeeming vouchers, selling items or booking a hotel or taxi. It also provides business owners with a revolutionary way to promote their services or sell their products to truly local clientele in a way that is much more engaging than existing methods like Google AdWords. We intend to use 50% of our monthly advertising profits to purchase GPS Tokens off the open market. In turn, 85% of these tokens will be distributed to all GPS Token holders who have a wallet balance of 1000 GPS Tokens or more. The other 15% will be burnt, and thus removed from general circulation.

Triffic ICO
Triffic ICO

Triffic pre-ICO part 2 starts on 3rd of September.

3. TraXion

Using the latest IBM Hyperledger Fabric technology, we provide seamless integration and connectivity among networks, businesses and people. Traxion aims to be a better bank in a blockchain-driven environment, enabling its community to load, send, save, spend, lend, borrow, and more using a secure, simplified yet compliant application. It is an environment where for-profit meets non-profit sectors and develops a synergy towards corruption-free social impact activities. There are start-ups trying to focus on a niche and would not take advantage of economies of scale, which is one of the main advantages enjoyed by traditional financial institutions that may not be as technologically advanced. Traxion plans to offer traditional financial products in a blockchain-driven environment, eventually becoming the crypto-economy for payments, peer-to-peer lending, remittances, savings, insurance, investments, and philanthropy.

Traxion ICO
Traxion ICO

There's no info on the Traxion raised funds except the pic above

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Ex S&P President to Invest in iComply Startup

The startup is aimed at developing tools and services to meet the regulative standards for blockchain start-ups
14 August 2018   114

Startup iComply, working in the field of regulatory technologies and compliance with standards, has just completed the initial round of financing, which was headed by former Standard & Poor CEO Deven Sharma, CoinDesk reports.

IComply, aimed at developing tools and services to meet the regulative standards for blockchain start-ups (especially for those that conduct ICO), said on Monday that it attracted a seven-figure sum during this invest-round, but did not say the exact figure. The round was also attended by DMG Blockchain and Block X Capital.

In addition, iComply reported that it was joined by former employee of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Jeff Bandman, former Managing Director of NASDAQ and the Financial Services Industry Regulation Service (FINRA) Manny Alikandro, MIT Connection Science program member, Praveen Mandal and Prosecutor Thomas Linder.

According to Sharma, he decided to invest in the startup iComply, because the project "is focused on services for ICOs related to risks and compliance with standards." Compliance with the standards, he said, will ensure the transparency of ICO issuers and thereby help to ease the concerns of regulators.

Sharma also believes that iComply can contribute to the spread of crypto technologies, helping the entry of traditional financial services into this industry.

My interest is to see iComply evolve into a benchmark that investors can use to assess credibility of issuers, sustainability of underlying services and the price of ICOs. iComply's patent-pending software enables both security and utility tokens to monitor and document compliance, governance and risk procedures, before a public blockchain executes an immutable trade, providing trust, integrity and transparency for our clients. There have been a few ICOs that had a fundamentally robust offering that I understood and did interest me [but I] missed the opportunity. Others that have transparency from a service like iComply, I would [invest in].
 

Deven Sharma

Ex-president, Standarts & Poors

It is the ideas of transparency and trust, according to Sharma, that sparked his interest in order to start working with the blockbuster.