Quick Review of ICO’s for November 14th


AuctusCheck out the Auctus review I wrote before. I thought that they had little to no pension experience and that they were simply data scientists. Check out the review.

Dmarket – I don’t know why they had two separate ICOs. The first one did ok. I’m not so sure what they are trying to do here 2 months later.

Root Project – “RootProject is a new type of crowdfunding platform. Anyone can inititate a project and organize a campaign. But unlike traditional crowdfunding, the projects on here are completed either by RootProject itself or one of its partner nonprofits.” A centralized crowdfunding project for charity. Nice to see someone doing something helpful with crypto, however, I’ll probably skip this one. No team info, no Github, nothing.

Ammbr – a wireless mesh network built on the blockchain tech. Has a ton of government endorsements. Not sure why it hasn’t been getting more traction. I read their white paper a few months back and I liked it. I wasn’t sure on their consensus system, but the project looks cool.

“Ammbr is a new communications and transactional Edge Computing platform built to deliver the speed, scalability and security demanded by the confluence of next generation technologies, global enterprise and regulation. A highly secure consensus technology that uses low-cost, high-performance silicon, energy efficient Proof of Work, and self-sovereign digital identity to underpin the Ammbr architecture.”

Cybertrust – They’ve raise 23k Eth already. Wow. I like this one. I will be doing a review on this one.

Tokenbox – Alpha won’t be ready until Q2 2018. Pass. However, their sister site “https://thetoken.io” looks cool It’s like crypto20.com

GoNetwork – Mobile Blockchain Offchain settlement. Looks hot, has a lot of buzz. Probably will sell out. Raiden Network for Mobile.

Simple Token – “The software to easily launch white labelled tokens on open Ethereum sidechains and turn any business into a dynamic ecosystem.” Again, another one with buzz. Definitely worth looking into

FIC Network – Fixed Income Infrastructure.

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