Top 5 ICOs for September


We are well into blistering rounds of ICO’s coming near day after day right now. However, there are some which are proving to be the cream of the crop. Lets take a look at the Top 5 ICO’s for September.

1. Enigma Catalyst

To say I am excited about Enigma is an understatement. In my opinion it has the potential to be a 100x company in 10 years, moving from a 30 million dollar market cap to 30 billion. With their crowd sale, Enigma will launch their decentralized encrypted network with off chain computation. The Catalyst platform is their first DApp built for the protocol and will be geared towards financial quants. I don’t know how much traction the platform will gain, but long term its the protocol which will have real potential. The whitelist is closed, I hope you already got in.

2. Kyber

This is another platform which has huge potential to become the primary methods by which we exchange one coin to another. The buzz around Kyber is because of three things 1.) Vitalik is an advisor 2.) Once active it will provide huge value to the community 3.) The crowdsale is going to be distributed equally among participants. It’s this last point which has really spurred a lot of people towards Kyber, with more than 60,000 people signing up for their whitelist. It’s too late to register now, but tokens will be available on the open market once it launches.

3. Wanchain

I’m in the process of reviewing this. However, based on the discussions I’ve had with other blockchain experts, Wanchain could be huge, especially in China. More to come on this.


4. Chainlink

A blockchain to connect different APIs. While they haven’t released their whitepaper yet, the company has been getting a huge amount of hype in my circles. I am seeing Chainlink pop up in conversations everyday.

5. Red Pulse

This Chinese ICO has now blocked China from taking part, making it a great buy if you can get in. Once it hits the Chinese exchanges expect huge demand for it. Make sure to check out our newest writer, Tom Heavey’s article about it on Steemit.


Honorable Mention


This decentralized ticketing protocol has been building a lot of hype recently. They have a great team and are set to have a great ICO. However, they have suffered the fate of Enigma and their email and slack channels were recently hacked. It’s unclear how much of an impact this will have on their crowdsale, but it does come far enough away for them to recoup and move forward. Make sure to check out our review of it.

This is a great article! I wonder what do you think about – they are building a platform that aims to bring the publishing economy into the blockchain revolution.


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