30 Apr 2019 #Ethereum
It's not a surprise to anyone that in 2019 an ICO can be a risky venture, both from an investor and from a startup point of view. Many companies might have been hyped up until the ICO is launched, but it goes away quickly following the initial buzz. An investor lives and dies by how smartly they choose their investments and this is undoubly true for ICOs.
Doing the homework is an integral step in the process of investing and we've managed to do it all for you – all that's left is for you to choose which ICOs you will be investing in with the information that is going to be provided for you in the following article.
This is a blockchain project that is interesting for one reason and one reason only. It is setting itself up to be the backbone of one of the largest and most flexible industries on the planet: betting. Whether it be sports, video games or tv shows, everyone loves to bet. It is a decentralized P2P solution that will use mart contracts to protect all players from an unfair game.
So let's get to the nitty-gritty behind the ICO. What do you need to know about this project, in broad strokes, to bet on it properly? First, you need to look at the team behind it. While it's important to have a team of people who are good at tech, it's equally relevant to look at the industry-specific experience. Thankfully this team has both betting and tech team members with decades of experience between them and is able to handle an international scale operation.
The betting industry is growing all the time. If there is one bet you want to make, its that an elegant smart contract based blockchain for betting will be in high demand as soon as it can gain just one major client. The number of resources that go into betting will ensure that this ICO is profitable for a long time to come.
Added to all that, the funding goals are realistic and a lot of the content is already on GitHub, so it's there for anyone to see and critique. This level of transparency almost guarantees that this team certainly knows what it is doing.
Cannabis is growing. That's something we all know, but what is more important is where it is growing. It's finally growing as a legitimate industry in the United States, and that means lots of financial incentives for innovation.
BitCanna is aiming to become the defacto payment processor for cannabis transactions so that the entire process is transparent and allows to avoid many of the legal issues that come with currency payment and cross-border payment. It also has plans to implement a robust supply chain solution so that high-quality cannabis can be tracked properly. This isn't just a pipe-dream, many European growers are already on board with the project's platform.
It's easy – good product, good tech, and company backing? This one is going to be a sure-fire winner.
This is a French blockchain service and is proof perfect that the French are serious about blockchain. The PACTE regulatory framework has made it even easier for companies based in France to run a cryptocurrency business and it provides a stable country with a rich tradition of innovation and high economic might to draw upon.
SaTT aims to use smart contracts to facilitate adverts between publishers and advertisers. If Google has shown us anything, it is that online-based advertising is where a lot of the money is on the internet. SaTT's system will help leverage the unending appetite for adverts from advertisers around the internet and this alone makes it worth a look. The company being based in France is just a cherry on the top of an already sweet, sweet cake.
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