An ICO, or Initial Coin Offering, is the crypto equivalent of an Initial Public Offering, or IPO. Instead of purchasing shares in cash, the investor buys crypto-tokens in exchange for cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin or Ether. It’s new-age, and it’s the future: after all, $11.5 billion was raised in ICOs for start-up funding in 2018 alone!
While there are many commonalities between traditional IPOs and new-age ICOs, there are a number of significant differences, and pros and cons, as discussed in this infographic, which also highlights 7 must-know tips for planning an ICO.
Everything You Need to Know About Using An ICO to Raise Capital:
Infographic by – Fundera