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How can I measure how trusted an ICO is?

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Hello Everyone,

Quite the noobie question, but how exactly can I know how trusted and well intended and ICO is?

I've been scouting a lot of them for quite some time and I've seen both sides of the coin. I've seen ICO's with good marketing and youtubers talking about it that just dissapeared after a few months, and I've seen ICO's with not as much publicity breaking the bar (ELROND for example).

Any help would be appreciated. I would like it if we posted here our research and opinions so we can further examine ICO's if anyone else is into that stuff

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  • 6 months later...

Here's a quick rundown of what you'll need to accomplish in order to launch a successful ICO.


  1. Be transparent and honest constantly

  2. Make up your own narrative.

  3. Listen to the people in your town and make something that they want.

  4. For pre-ICO and early investors, avoid changing token prices.

  5. Set gas restrictions to avoid prioritizing the wealthiest investors by limiting the number of tokens any investor can buy.

  6. Audit all of your Smart Contracts and provide Bug Bounties

  7. Fixing faults in a smart sense

After learning what an ICO is, now you may have interest in venturing for the best ICO to invest in. Obviously, you should consider whether the project has promise, who is in charge of the entire project, what the White Paper says, how the company communicates with its user base, and so on. If you're interested in investing in the initial coin offering (ICO) space, "caesium" tokens are a good place to start.

Edited by caesiumlabmedia
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