Initial coin offerings (ICOs) serve an important purpose for many crypto startups, DAOs or other projects. Organized prior to a coin’s launch in order to raise funds, these events give investors a chance to purchase tokens that may grant them a stake in the project. Or, they may often have some kind of utility function on the product or service the company is developing.
Because so many ICOs are organized, it’s useful to have all the noteworthy ones collected in one place. Word of warning, though: many ICOs turn out to be unprofitable for the investors and some are even fraudulent. Therefore, it’s generally a good idea to do plenty of research before investing in one of the ICOs from our Calendar, so that you can find ones that are profitable.