The Ultimate Pilot to ICO Investing: How to Spot the Next Big Thing

An initial coin offering is a popular way for startup companies to raise funds in exchange for project tokens. While some ICOs have been enormously successful, others can be risky projects.

The first step to researching an ICO is to study the white paper. A vague or poorly written white paper may be a sign that the project is not fully planned out.

Next, investigate the team members themselves and as a whole and any business partnerships. 

Once you've zeroed in on an ICO and invested in it, it's best to hold at least 50% of your tokens before you sell them again.

Are you interested in knowing more about ICO? Do you, too, want to launch your own ICO?  If so, contact an ICO development company to get started with your ICO undertaking today!