Top upcoming and active ICO projects, Week 36 ’18

Top upcoming and active ICO projects, Week 36 ’18

In the below list you'll find some new ICO projects which have to be paid attention to: NEONEXCHANGE, DAEX, DeepCloud. We have also prepared the list of Top ICOs that are on Token-Sale and Pre-Sale: Carry protocol, Soundeon, and Cryptyk

Upcoming ICOs

NEONEXCHANGE (NEX)

neonexchange.org

Financial services and trading: complex platform on NEO blockchain.

Rating

ICORating.com —  Investment rating: Positive; Hype score: High; Risk score: Low 

icodrops.com — Very high interest

cryptodiffer.com — High

  • Token Sale: 3—14 Sept ’18
  • Token type: NEP5
  • ICO Token Price: $1
  • Fundraising Goal: $25,000,000
  • Total Tokens: 25,000,000
  • Accepts: NEO
  • Whitelist: No (ended)

DAEX (DAX)

daex.io

Blockchain infrastructure: ecosystem for cryptoexchanges.

Rating

ICORating.com — Hype score: Medium 

icodrops.com — N/A

  • Token Sale: 9 Sept — 9 Oct ’18
  • Token type: ERC20
  • ICO Token Price: $0,07
  • Fundraising Goal: ref. website
  • Total Tokens: 2,000,000,000
  • Accepts: BTC, ETH, NEO QTUM
  • Whitelist: Yes

DeepCloud AI (DEEP)

deepcloudai.com

Platform for decentralized applications via cloud solution, powered by AI.

Rating

ICORating.com — Hype Score: Low

icodrops.com — N/A

cryptodiffer.com — Medium

  • Token Sale: from 10 Sept
  • Token type: ERC20
  • ICO Token Price: $0,25
  • Fundraising Goal: $8,000,000 (soft cap) — $15,000,000 (hard cap)
  • Total Tokens: 200,000,000
  • Accepts: ETH
  • Whitelist: No (ended)

Top Active ICOs

Carry Protocol (CRE)

carryprotocol.io

E-commerce: personal data for consumers, marketers and merchants complex solution.

  • Token Sale: till 8 Sept ’18 (6 days left)
  • Token Price: 1 CRE = $0.0094
  • Fundraising Goal: 47,000 ETH
  • Accepts: ETH, BTC, LTC, BCH

Soundeon (SOUNDEON)

soundeon.com

Blockchain music ecosystem with Smart ticketing platform, Exchange and Music player.

  • Pre-Sale (till 29 Sep)
  • Token Sale: 30 Sept — 30 Oct ’18
  • Token Price: 1 SOUNDEON = $0.056923
  • Fundraising Goal: $3,000,000 (hard cap) — $37,000,000 (soft cap)
  • Accepts: ETH, BTC, LTC, BCH

Cryptyk (CTK)

cryptyk.io

Cyber-security and cloud storage data processing platform (file sharing, document editing, messaging, etc).

  • Pre-Sale (till 25 Sep)
  • Token Sale: 26 Sept — 31 Oct ’18
  • Token Price: 1 CTK = $0.125
  • Fundraising Goal: $8,000,000 (hard cap) — $25,000,000 (soft cap)
  • Total Tokens: 750,000,000
  • Accepts: BTC, ETH, LTC, DASH, ZEC

Cryptyk

Ended on 31 Oct, 2018
$ 7M of 8M raised

DAEX

Ended on 9 Oct, 2018

Soundeon

Ended on 30 Oct, 2018
$ 600k of 3M raised

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