ICOs are a rage right now. They are valuable and if bought they can make you rich. Before their journey towards exchanges, one can buy them at very low price. Just look at this real life example.
I bought 6 EOS tokens in its ICO phase for 0.02 ETH (0.002 BTC). Now, the price of 1 EOS on exchanges is around 0.002, so total value is 0.012 BTC. I wish I had bought more!!
Here is the breakdown of ICOs to know how they work themselves out.
8 websites that offer the latest list of ICOs
1. Smith and Crown
Smith and Crown is a well-known website in the crypto world offering the latest news, analysis, and research. It has a special page dedicated to ICOs. It gives the latest list of ongoing and pending ICOs with descriptions, start-end date and raised money.
Let’s focus on a single ICO for example, Grid ICO:
What you can see –
- Start and End date
Now click on the description to see detailed information about the project.
On this page, you can also find token sale information and social media links.
Click on the symbol to go to the official website of the ICO.
2. Token Market
Token Market is another famous website and it is very aesthetically pleasing too. When you click on a particular ICO, it gives you all the information like the dates, concept, various links, the team behind ICO, popularity, research and articles, web presence, technology, and much more.
3. ICO Alert
ICO Alert is a minimalistic website which divides itself into three sections – Ended ICOs, Active ICOs, and Upcoming ICOs. It lists announced and unconfirmed ICOS too.
4. Coin Schedule
Coin Schedule presents ICOs in beautiful thumbnails with logos. It also shows how much a partucualr ICO is “done”. You don’t have to click a ICO to know what it is all about. Just hover over the logo and Coin Schedule gives it’s description.
It gives all the details just like Token Market or sometimes even more like total supply and distribution, upcoming events and milestones, and comment section to discuss.
5. ICO Countdown
ICO Countdown gives the soon to be exprirng ICOs with big thumbnails
6. ICO Bazar
You have to sign up with email or Facebook to view a ICO. After that, you can see the details of ICOs like videos explanation and token sale. You can buy the token within ICO Bazar too.
And some bonus websites to visit –
7. ICO Rating
8. ICO List
Feel free to suggest more websites.