Top ICOs Raising Funds, Week 40 ’18

Total raised funding amount comes to $55.4M, which is -47.7% in comparison with the previous week ($106M)

Have a look at the data on several ICO projects of the past week (40 Week of 2018) ranked below in order of money raised: AERGO, Stellargoldcoin, Eternal Trusts, IDM and MediBit

AERGO (AERGO)

aergo.io

Raised funds: 52.3% ($29,000,000)

AERGO is a blockchain protocol combined with an IT platform.

Ended with $29,000,000 raised.

Stellargoldcoin (XLMGOLD)

stellargoldcoin.com

Raised funds: 11.7% ($6,500,000)

Stellargoldcoin is a solution, which could allow users access transaction methods to various platforms and mining sites. 

Ended with $20,000,000 raised, hard cap is reached.

Eternal Trusts (ETT)

token.eternaltrusts.com

Raised funds: 11.1% ($6,170,006)

Eternal Trusts is a fiduciary crypto protocol that enables creation of decentralized apps to securely manage crypto assets through collaborative decision-making.

Ended with $6,195,576 raised.

IDM (IDM)

myidm.io

Raised funds: 5.4% ($3,000,000)

IDM has its own patented data protection technology called SIZE and is preparing to launch a new service — a global decentralized ecosystem that connects users who want to store information safely and miners who provide memory on their devices to generate income.

Ended with $3,000,000 raised.

MediBit (MEDIBIT)

medibit.org

Raised funds: 1.2% ($688,349)

MediBit pursues a globalized healthcare platform that also acts as a central hub for medical data exchange between insurance companies, veteran hospitals, government agencies, pharmacy networks, general hospitals, fitness centers, research organizations, and medical blockchain platforms.

Ended with $688,349 raised.

Other ICOs raised 18.1% ($10,056,592) by Week 40

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.

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