Top ICOs raising funds, Week 33 ’18

Top ICOs raising funds, Week 33 ’18

Have a look at the data on several ICO projects of the past week (33rd Week of 2018) ranked below in order of money raised: Hedera Hashgraph, LAPO, Grapevine World, Sword Coin, OSA DC

The data is taken from websites with open data, at the moment of publication. The given information helps to grasp an overall dynamics of the market at large. Keep in mind, some data can be updated with delay. If you are an investor, we recommend you to turn to the ICO representative for real-time data.

Hedera Hashgraph (HHC)

Raised funds: 46.1% ($100,000,000)

Hedera Hashgraph will be governed by a council of renowned enterprises and organizations, across multiple industries and geographies.


Raised funds: 18.5% ($40,233,617)

LAPO is a decentralized financial ecosystem to facilitate the widespread adoption of digital currencies.

Grapevine World (GVINE)

Raised funds: 12.3% ($26,799,000)

Grapevine World is a decentralized, borderless ecosystem for standardized exchange of healthcare data.

Sword Coin (SWD)

Raised funds: 9.5% ($20,660,000)

Sword Coin will implement a custom blockchain, allowing us to implement features specific to trading and fintech application platforms, and will be technologically tied to the award-winning Sword Capital brokerage software used in over 100 countries so that it will be available to the existing userbase of Sword Capital for use on our trading platforms. 


Raised funds: 5.9% ($12,810,000)

OSA DC is a decentralized AI-driven marketplace providing solutions to retailers, manufacturers and consumers.

Other ICOs raised 7.6% ($16,500,000) by week 33

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