Despite being a European white male, I have been into K-Pop for more than a decade now. This music is so progressive and fresh, nothing like we have here. Anyway, I am glad that platforms like K-Tune begin to emerge in the blockchain space. Although I am not a musician by any means, I plan on making a fair contribution to this project and seeing how it will develop in the near future.
Only a fool would deny the fact that the government is the scourge of free people with its robbery extortionate taxes, total surveillance, and all other kinds of intrusion in our personal and financial lives - you name it. Therefore, there is no scenario where I could support a project like GOVEARN that wants to hand over the blockchain technology, one of the biggest tech gifts of today, to the government flunkies. They will start with the so-called "social programs" and then gradually corrupt this beautiful piece of tech.
It is funny how guys from Yachtco try to present their affiliate websites as the project's MVP. Not a bad marketing move at all. All jokes aside, this startup is trying to tap into a largely unexplored niche of yachting, which indeed offers some prospects, though I am not sure about the successful execution. As for their token, I reckon that they should have made it into a stablecoin because the majority of people are still very suspicious of crypto tokens due to their volatility. Therefore, they might simply get scared of investing in Yachtco.
In theory, it would have been an enormous breakthrough for the entire crypto space, if we could have a fully-operational smartphone that mines cryptocurrencies. But, as things stand, we could only dream about having such a device in some distant future. The solution offered by BitWings is hugely overpriced, while its functional capabilities remain in question. Besides, this smartphone would be suitable only for those who are loyal to Ethereum, while other cryptocurrencies were being totally ignored.
The project has an interesting idea, although far from being original. However, there is a certain lack of information that might make some investors think twice before participating. Furthermore, the project's website has a number of grammatical errors, which also raises some red flags.
I can see that plenty of people are skeptical about Texochat because of its supposed competition with the tech giants. But they all should remember a tale about David and Goliath, where a small and seemingly weak man defeated a giant. The same could happen to Texochat, just look at the success of Slack. Sure, Texochat won't have a global reach of big corporations, but it can easily form a sizable pool of loyal users. Therefore, Texochat should be afforded a chance to enter the market.
After several years of experience of investing in different ICO's and blockchain project, I can say with full confidence that I would never again invest in a crypto project that intends to use a major portion of raised funds on marketing. That is, of course, on the condition that the project doesn't have a killer MVP or a ready-to-sell product. Otherwise, it would be flushing money down the drain. This rule also applies to WINBIX - their overall concept is interesting but without a working MVP, they won't get a dime from me.
I wouldn't place too much hope in the platforms like PointPay that are built on the Ethereum blockchain, mainly because of its scalability issues, which are well-known throughout the crypto community. Sure, right now, Ethereum is one of the best solutions for the issuance of tokens and smart contracts. But pretty soon, the problems will begin to show, and they would be especially acute for PointPay and other finance-related projects because of a significant reduction of transaction speed.
The project has an interesting idea, and simplifying the process of creating new coins can definitely be helpful for future project launchers. However, with predictions that most predictions for the future of altcoins stating that they will go down to zero, it remains questionable whether or not it is better for everyone to launch their own coin, or to simply use a handful of cryptocurrencies with real-world value and ensure that they can reach their full potential.
Investing in a project that operates in the country that is currently being heavily scrutinized by economic sanctions, and where the government-owned corporation literally has a monopoly on oil production, would be a reckless move, to say the least. Certainly, the possibility of entering that highly profitable space could be tempting, but in the case of OilWellCoin, the risks outweigh the benefits by miles. I would rather invest in graphene instead.
Let's be frank, the majority of startups that emerge in the crypto space today are just dabbling with this technology without offering something truly substantial. Soraix is a prime example of such a project as they go at length about the features of their exchange platform, but in reality, these guys have nothing to show for. $160 raised with only two weeks of ICO time left shows how even a Switzerland-based project could fail miserably.
Crypt-Potential is making things way too complicated with all that system of badges and whatnot. These guys should have realized that businesses today aren't fully ready for the blockchain technology and everything that it entails, including mining. I think that no one would want to figure out the nuances of the system of crypto badges, offered by this startup. Why would anyone want to go through all these motions just to be allowed to mine a no-name crypto coin?
I like the idea presented by ULTI, but I am a bit concerned about the liquidity issue. How are they going to ensure it if the overwhelming number of players would want to exchange their virtual items for fiat at the same time? Such questions arise due to the fact that ULTI didn’t do a very good job of explaining their token economics. If they have a well-elaborated plan for handling such a situation, I would like to see it.
On paper, Troy looks legit and promising but that doesn't mean that one should invest in this startup right away. Although I am considering this option, because Troy is literally the only startup which intends to occupy the niche of tokenized gold and provides some concrete information about the origins of this precious metal, as well as the company that should turn the raw gold into some products. I would have to do more in-depth research about Australian gold, but I like everything about Troy so far.
On the one hand, Coinstantine offers a solution that would relieve many crypto projects of all the hassles associated with the organization of airdrops. But on the other hand, such a move could lower the interest from crypto enthusiasts towards such startups because nobody wants to pay if you could get it for free. The people who participate in airdrops already do their fair share of marketing work. So, why would anyone want to make them pay for their efforts - that is ridiculous. The essence of an airdrop is to lower the marketing expenses and attract new "greedy" users by offering pseudo-free tokens. Coinstantine would defeat that purpose.
Oh my, here is another startup that intends to make the "world a better place." We have already seen so many of them rise briefly above the surface only to get to an even deeper bottom of insignificancy. Besides, the concept offered by 2Local is flawed at its core since they intend to narrow the audience to "locals" instead of trying to go global. The 2Local app would be suitable only for those who reside in big megapolises, and could be rendered virtually useless for those from small towns.
Hookers on blockchain, that's a very hilarious yet promising concept. If we, the members of blockchain community, intend to "blockchainize" everything, then we can't ignore the prostitution industry since it's one of the oldest and the biggest of all. The so-called "moral authorities" might frown upon Gingr, but I think that there's no shame in tokenizing what can be tokenized, as long as it's legal and doesn't ruin anyone's life. Personally, I won't invest in Gingr simply because I would never use such a service, but I can recognize the potential that Gingr holds.
BitCollar claims to have already raised almost 5 thousand ETH through ICO, which is a miraculous result, given its team and advisory board is comprised of people I have never heard of before - and I have been into crypto for more than a decade now. Although I must admit that the Asian crypto space is a bit of an enigma for me, so these people could well be the local blockchain celebrities. I will keep BitCollar on my radar in order to stay informed about its development.
Cryptobonds is just another fairytale for the gullible investors who don't mind jumping headfirst into an endeavor, organized by a startup that has little to no guarantees of liquidity, thus no foreseeable prospects. It's not the time to invest in questionable financial products based on digital currencies because they pose a prime target for governments, especially the Asian ones. So, Twogap is just another crypto startup on my "read-and-disregarded" list.
The project definitely looks interesting, although it should be noted that the project was preparing to hold an ICO for over a year now. However, pretty much everything regarding the project looks not only legitimate but also quite good. The team consists of veteran developers, and the vision is quite useful for the future of the crypto industry. which makes this one of the rare few projects that might have a future.
Despite the fact that the contemporary cryptocurrency market represents only a tiny fraction of that of gold or traditional fiat currencies, no one seems to be able to provide a usable solution for data gathering & processing. Maybe Brave New Coin would be capable of finally giving us a set of comprehensive tools upon which we can rely on to be more successful at crypto trading. But we should wait for the final product in order to be able to tell whether BNC is a real deal or a hoax.
If I haven't already possessed two degrees (in linguistics and computer engineering), I would have definitely become an investor and a member of Learn Online Platform. Education is arguably the best personal investment that one can make in his life since it would provide extensive benefits for years to come. LoL doesn't represent some elite educational establishments, although it might be for the best since this platform was intended for common people with modest financial means.
What's the point of exchanging some shizcoin for "small amounts of ETH" if one can easily do it on some backwater exchange, and probably get a bit more in return. If you got owned by the 2018 bear market, nothing will truly console you, especially a tiny compensation in Ethereum. Moreover, the prospective Jullar members should ask themselves what this startup stands to gain from buying bad coins en masse. I don't see any logic in that, apart from some shady dealings.
Jeez, when I was reading the Lydian Lion whitepaper, I was under the impression that it had been written by my mom, who is always nagging me about how much time I am spending at the computer or "staring" at my smartphone. It's like they are saying the ever so boring, "Get a life" between the lines. Well, get this: I don't want to socialize in a traditional manner because it's too boring and archaic. No need to guess that Lydian Lion is not my cup of tea.
There have been so many talks and speculations about Telegram Open Network that I am dying to see at least one project that utilizes this presumably progressive blockchain solution. The combination of Waves and TON within the framework of a single startup makes Ozotop even more appealing. Although I would suggest that you should refrain from investing in Ozotop right away in order to see how the situation with SEC would resolve.
EzyStayz is one of those projects that desperately want to become the AirBNB on the blockchain. The idea is interesting at its core, but its realization by EzyStayz, and many other startups that had entered this field before, leaves much to be desired. What EzyStayz does is just substituting traditional payment gateways with the one based on crypto. There's nothing wrong about that; it's just we see project after project offering something similar but failing to execute the idea to perfection. I think that it would also be the case for EzyStayz.
BrandProtect offers a solution that could be of use to any business that deals with physical products. However, the space that this startup is about to enter is extremely competitive right now. Therefore, in order to succeed, BrandProtect needs to reach the established hardcap to be able to compete at the required level. Otherwise, it would become just another addition to the super long list of dead blockchain projects.
I assume, we all have figured out that iCasting is just another freelancer platform with a fancy name. Nothing bad about that, but this space is already oversaturated with similar platforms. I could probably name a dozen such startups off the top of my head, though I didn't see any of them getting significant traction. I reckon that the same scenario will apply for iCasting. The reason being that they have a weak marketing strategy that would make them unable to build a solid community of talents seeking jobs.
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|1||Ledder||Aug 01||Dec 31|
|2||BitWings||Jun 03||Nov 30|
|3||Pbet||Jun 18||Dec 15|
|4||UCBI Banking||Oct 18||Jan 18|
|5||Cinemadrom||Feb 03||Apr 30|
|6||Yachtco||Aug 04||Feb 04|
|7||GOVEARN||Jun 23||Dec 31|
|8||BrandProtect||Apr 27||May 31|
|9||PointPay||Jul 22||Jul 22|
|10||WINBIX||Jul 01||Sep 28|
|BitMEX||3 069 312 071|
|EXX||2 250 568 625|
|Biki||1 853 598 655|
|BKEX||1 851 309 394|
|P2PB2B||1 753 668 584|
|CoinEx||1 597 757 171|
|Fatbtc||1 566 375 344|
|Binance||1 554 730 819|
|LBank||1 544 760 848|
|MXC||1 452 207 912|