The Death of the ICO

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The Death of the ICO

Post by JonOlson » Thu Dec 28, 2017 11:14 pm

Interesting article today at Coindesk.

https://www.coindesk.com/death-ico-4-2018-predictions/

Bringing up some predictions for 2018 and the first on their list was the death of the ICO....

I have not yet invested in an ICO but curious if any one else has?
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Re: The Death of the ICO

Post by NFO-Wisdom » Fri Dec 29, 2017 10:16 am

If you had invested $2.00 for 200 bitcoins @ .01 each and walked away, forgot about it.

You would be a Happy Camper today.

On those ICO, you sprinkle a little cash droplets, then forget about it.

It's not a ICO now, but, look into POTCOINS, those smoking token liberals
might make you POTCOIN rich.

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Re: The Death of the ICO

Post by Richard Taylor » Sat Dec 30, 2017 7:03 am

Meh, the legalization of pot isn't that big of a deal. Been legal here for 3 years and other than tax money it hasn't had much of an impact overall. Highly overrated. :)
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