Top ICOs Raising Funds, Weeks 41 and 42 ’18

Total raised funding amount during Week 41 comes to $94.9M, which is +71.2% in comparison with Week 40 ($55.4). Total raised funding amount during Week 42 comes to $29.9M, which is -68.5% in comparison with Week 41 ($94.9M)

Week 41, ICOs in order of money raised: Bitbon System, Foresting, DirectHome, JSEcoin

Bitbon System (BITBON)

bitbon.space

Raised funds: 60.2% ($57,153,833)

The Bitbon System is an integral decentralized system based on the Blockchain technology, which is basically a platform for implementing Contributing under the terms and conditions of Bitbon Public Contracts of various projects and managing legal relations between the Bitbon System Participants, the key component of which is Bitbon.

Ended with $60,053,106 raised.

Foresting (PTON)

foresting.io

Raised funds: 23.9% | $22,734,000

Foresting is a social media platform that rewards content creators for their time and creativity by using blockchain technology.

Ended with $22,734,000 raised.

DirectHome (DIREC)

directhome.co

Raised funds: 3.2% ($3,000,000)

DirectHome is the decentralised real estate platform that offers cashback and rewards contributors.

Ended with $30,000,000 raised.

JSEcoin (JSE)

jsecoin.com

Raised funds: 1.3% ($1,200,000)

The JSECoin project includes the digital currency, wallet, mining and developer platform where any business or individual with an email address can generate tokens as well as securely and cost-effectively send and receive cryptocurrency payments online.

Ended with $114,436 raised.

Other ICOs raised 11.5% ($10,894,181) by Week 41

Week 42, ICOs in order of money raised: Caspian, RedCab, AgentMile, EXTRADECOIN, Creditor Data Platform

Caspian (CSP)

caspian.tech

Raised funds: 65.1% ($19,500,000)

Caspian is an institutional grade crypto trading platform for sophisticated traders. It includes a fully developed OEMS, PMS, and RMS.

Ended with $19,500,000 raised, hard cap is reached.

RedCab (REDC)

redcab.io

Raised funds: 10.3% ($3,082,361)

RedCab is a Peer to Peer transportation company.

Ended with $3,082,361 raised.

AgentMile (ESTATE)

agentmile.com

Raised funds: 7.4% ($2,210,912)

AgentMile is the decentralized commercial real estate leasing platform powered by AI.

Ongoing (ends in 53 days).

EXTRADECOIN (ETE)

extradecoin.com

Raised funds: 5.5% ($1,662,491)

Extradecoin is a cryptocurrency trading platform. Investors can trade crypto-crypto on the exchange. Extradecoin is established with the desire to provide quality, reliable and safety financial platform for investors.

Ended with $1,662,491 raised.

Creditor Data Platform (CDPT)

creditor.ai

Raised funds: 0.8% ($250,000)

Creditor Data Platform is a decentralized personal data marketplace that creates a transparent and mutually beneficial exchange of data between individuals and data purchasers.

Ended with $250,000 raised.

Other ICOs raised 10.9% ($3,263,907) by Week 42

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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