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ICO Marketing Guide - How To Run A Successful ICO

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Planning an ICO just isn’t about the launch, it’s about branding and building trust
ICO Marketing Guide - How To Run A Successful ICO

Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) were one of the hottest topics of 2017, as crypto literally exploded onto the mainstream with increasingly more media outlets covering ICOs and companies which were offering Blockchain-based services and token sales. Looking back, more than $5.6 bln was raised via ICOs in 2017, and in the first two months of 2018, there were some 50 ICOs which successfully raised more than $1 bln. This year proves to be another important year for ICOs despite some of the advertising bans in place by Facebook and Google.

Due to lack of regulation, many scammers and fraudsters have been able to manipulate ICOs to steal money from honest investors. Many of these fraud stories have been appearing in headlines and in the news. Furthermore, they have been a point of negative leverage for individuals who are against crypto and want to see it disappear. While that is not the case, crypto is here to stay, these individuals have been able to leverage this “bad press” to cut off advertising channels that had served ICOs, namely Facebook and Google. With more advertising avenues closing and the general bad press against ICOs, some are asking what the best way is to market a legitimate ICO.

The hot bath principle

Not every ICO is a success. In 2017, the 10 largest ICOs accounted for more than 25 percent of the money raised and only 48 percent of ICOs were considered successful. Competition is steep, with more than 1,500 cryptocurrencies in circulation.

Some ICOs are hot and they raise massive capital investments, but then something happens internally, or they took a wrong turn with their product or most importantly marketing approach. Then,  just like that, someone poured a bucket of ice into the hot bath water. Now that ICO is just not so hot anymore, and potential investors have their sights set elsewhere. Your ICO is over and so is the company.

The difference between success and failure in an ICO is, more often than not, in the marketing. Planning a strategy to market your ICO project from day one is absolutely essential, probably more important than the actual product itself. Remember, your product may change, but the perception of your team and your project rarely survives a bad first impression.

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Tips to market your ICO

  • Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

  • Media outreach and public relations

  • Press releases

  • Well-written articles

  • Coin listings

Marketing your ICO

Marketing your ICO does not have to be a nightmare, it can be just like marketing so many other companies and products, just with a few key differences. The cornerstone of your ICO-marketing-launch foundation should be your website.

Website

A professional, up-to-date website is going to be the face of your operation and your token. It is wise to invest in a professional developer to design a website that gets noticed and most importantly respected. The look, design and feel of your site is going to represent your company, and if it looks like it was made in 1995 or has poor grammar and spelling mistakes, your company will quickly lose credibility.

Additionally, there should be a white paper which focuses on the technological aspects of your Blockchain-based business and tokenized assets. A short professionally made video that can sum up your company and your product will do wonders for your credibility. Make sure to list all the members of your team on the website with LinkedIn links to improve transparency and trustability.

Finally, don’t forget to have your website SEO optimized. When marketing ICOs you will want to use all of the above to demonstrate a high-level of trust with your potential investors. An ICO marketing agency will be able to help you further develop your brand should you chose outside help.

Five points to make your ICO a success

  1. Have an engaging story to tell

    You have a product or a service and you need to tell the world about it and get your name out there. Make your ICO story interesting, engaging and understandable in a way that will inspire potential investors to understand your vision, so that it excites them enough to invest.

  2. Know your audience

    Despite its increasing global popularity, a successful ICO marketing strategy still needs to be focused on the right market segments to produce the best and most cost-effective results. Ask who is going to be your target end users? What kinds of industry will my product be effective in? What ancillary markets might I want to target?

  3. Transparency

    If your company is not transparent, it could well act as a repellent towards potential investors. People want to know exactly what they are buying into and the people behind it. A lack of transparency will reduce interest and negatively affect the amount of money you are able to raise. If something looks sketchy would you want to buy into it or invest your money? Most likely, no you wouldn’t. So why would someone else do it?

  4. Compliance

    Compliance is an area that is becoming increasingly important for ICOs in 2018 and will remain a major issue for the future. Regulations and rules are being put in place which will need to be followed. While crypto and ICOs are considered a gray area in many countries, the SEC has some hardline rules that require ICOs to be listed as securities. If you are not following these rules, then you are locking yourself out of the US market.

    While this might not seem like much of an issue now, it will be later on as more countries adopt laws and policies around the use of ICOs and who is allowed to participate legally. When looking at an ICO website you may find there is a list of excluded countries, and the US is nearly on all of them now. Not a good place to be if you want to be part of many investment revolutions.

  5. Crypto ICO marking company

    If you want to compete with the best, you are going to have to spend money to hire the pros to help you get there. If you are successful at fundraising with the ICO you will be able to pay the high-priced bill your ICO marketing budget demands.

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Media and public relations

When you are building your brand awareness, you will want to reach out to an ICO marketing company to help you with the finer details of your communications needs. ICO marketing agencies can offer ICO marketing and PR service. ICO marketing firms will be able to assist with refining your press releases and distributing them to the right target audience.

Social media relations

Social media has changed the marketing and public relations sector for the better. There are many more genuine ways to reach out to your potential investors without all the fluff and wonderment that many ICO celebrity marketing firms do. Below is a list of many ways to interact and get the word out on social media channels:

 

  • Reddit: The Reddit community is a well-informed and unforgiving audience. Win over the trust of the Redditors and you can go a long way to making your ICO a success. Creating subreddits and/or commenting on existing threads can generate a high level of exposure. But be very careful not to advertise or you will be banned!

  • Facebook groups: There’s no ICO advertising allowed on Facebook’s ad, but there are plenty of popular groups with interest in all things ICO.

  • Twitter: Like Facebook in that there’s no advertising, Twitter is still a very popular platform for the crypto community, and influencers with hundreds of thousands of followers can be targeted for ICO marketing.

  • Telegram: The fastest-growing social media platform and an outlet that must be marketed to, Telegram was very lovingly embraced by the crypto community from its inception, and the popularity keeps on growing.

  • Specialized Forums: Bitcointalk.org and some other specialized forums are widely read by the crypto community and carry a fair degree of influence.

  • LinkedIn Groups: LinkedIn groups have thousands of members, are free, and tap into a very targeted and knowledgeable audience.

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Twitter to Ban Crypto Ads: Community Reacts

With Twitter lining up a ban on crypto advertising, many in the community have voiced their opinions
Twitter to Ban Crypto Ads: Community Reacts

 

With Facebook breaking the ice in terms of banning supposedly dangerous and misleading cryptocurrency adverts, Google soon followed, and now it looks like Twitter will be the latest to do the same.

This has led to many in the industry voicing their opinions on what this could mean for individuals, for the technology and for companies who need marketing within the space.

Some believe it is a good move for the protection of people from scams; others say it is not enough with general Twitter scams still rife, while there are those who think it is not a well thought out plan.

Good on Twitter

Craig Sproule, Crowd Machine Founder and CEO, is not surprised that Twitter is following suit with other impirant Internet companies.

“As the crypto community continues to grow on Twitter, Telegram and Discord, so do the pervasive scams that seek to take advantage of people interested in the space.”

“As a company with a legitimate offering, it’s crucial to recognize the underlying power of Blockchain technology and how it will impact the world beyond the current hype.”

“It’s not surprising that Twitter may be next and hopefully, the decision of major channels to ban advertisements will help stifle bad actors so that in the future, ads for good projects can live across these platforms.”

Daniel Duarte, CTO of Auctus, notes just how easy it is to set up a scam in the crypto space, and because Twitter can’t weed each one out a blanket ban is the best cause of action.

"It's alarmingly easy to set up a cryptocurrency wallet, create a fake website, publish the wallet's public address and collect money from people with little knowledge about this market and cryptocurrencies in general. It’s important for the community and investors to do their own research, learning more about the projects they are willing to invest in.

Since Twitter can't analyze on a case-by-case basis and filter the scams, we believe it's better to ban them all. This will not hurt the crypto community, and ultimately is a good thing for less experienced investors.”

Durate adds however that scam ICOs and bad cryptocurrency companies are not even the worst part of Crypto twitter, there are also some basic scams running, honing in on the community.

“Ads are not the worst problem on Twitter,” Duarte adds. “There are thousands of fake accounts impersonating influential people in the crypto space, such as Changpeng Zhao, the CEO of Binance exchange, and VItalik Buterin, co-founder of Ethereum.”

“Whenever one of these verified accounts tweets something, hundreds of retweets and comments with fake offerings immediately flood the network with wallet addresses for phishing. Twitter should focus on a solution for account impersonation after banning the ads."

Dan Novaes, co-founder and CEO of Current, is also all for Twitter’s decision to implement a ban.

“The fake ICOs that flood social media platforms with ads and rely on scams to gain support hurt the entire industry, so I’m in favor of cracking down on business practices that are not legitimate. The good actors in this space have many more tools to use than just ads on Facebook, Google and Twitter.”

On the flipside

Trey Ditto, CEO of Ditto, is one member of the community that is not as taken with Twitter’s decision, calling them out for the other dodgy practices they let fly.

“Twitter and Facebook have bigger problems like selling our data, altering elections and allowing hate to spread through bots and fake profiles. It’s hard not to laugh when a company like Twitter, that promotes millions of fake profiles and allows people to buy fake followers and likes, all of a sudden has a moral compass in the crypto space.”

“Blockchain, tokens and even Web 3.0 are direct threats to companies like Twitter who for too long have dishonestly acquired, sold and even lost consumer data. But we are moving into a new world where peer-to-peer transactions eliminate the need for large distrusted institutions and we can remain private or at least control who does and doesn’t have access to our information.”

“I’m curious to see where the line in the sand is actually drawn by Twitter and other social media platforms. In the crypto community, there are a small handful of bad players, just like there are in any industry, and they should be dealt with accordingly. I don’t think that means we should ban every company that’s utilizing social media to educate potential investors.”

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The Biggest Crypto Owners in the World by Nation

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Cryptocurrency is a hot commodity nowadays: it’s in the media, it’s on trading platforms, it’s in the minds of many who have made fortunes through it and those who are still at work to achieve financial stardom. But how many people, in fact, own cryptocurrency the world over? Based on the data gathered throughout the year, we’re bringing you the ten crypto ownership world leaders by the percentage ratio of their respective populations:

Turkey is first with 18%, then Romania with 12%, Poland with 11%, Spain with 10%, Czech Republic with 9%, USA / Austria / Germany / Italy are all with 8%, followed by Australia with 7%. In spite of Turkey’s apparent superiority, the winner by the actual number of people is the United States: given that its population is around 327 million people, 8% of it is roughly 26 million people (three New York Cities put together!), which is way ahead of other countries. This is, however, not that unusual since the US is also leading the planet in terms of its crypto-computational power, i.e. it has the most miners and nodes verifying individual blocks in the global Blockchain.        

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Past ICO Review: MedicalChain in Severe Pain After Overdose

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Past ICO Review: MedicalChain in Severe Pain After Overdose

Doctor, doctor, give me the news! I have got a bad case of MedicalChain blues! Medicalchain is just as it sounds, a Blockchain used to maintain medical records. It was developed in the UK by an innovator, who had been working in the UK’s National Health Service, and discovered a better way to maintain medical records.

Financials

MedicalChain had a big ICO, where it raised some $24 mln in 30 days from Feb. 1, 2018 to March 1, 2018. The ERC20 token debuted at $0.25 and started its downward trend to $0.17 at the time of writing. It had a market capitalization of $32 mln and 500 mln medtokens in circulation. It is ranked 297 on CoinMarketCap. It is currently listed on Huobi Pro, Kucoin, Gate.io, Coinbene, and QRYPTOS exchanges.

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Take control of your medical records

Medical records are similar to your “permanent record” from high school, which your teachers used to threaten you with. “This transgression will go on your permanent record from which it can never be expunged,” teachers used to say.  

They got your records with information about you, but you are never allowed to see them nor have them in your own possession. But unlike the high school records, in the U.S. at least, all you have to do is ask for a copy. But what is stopping us from doing that? Trust?

MedicalChain claims to give you back the ownership over your personal information. A decentralized platform that enables secure, fast and transparent exchange and usage of medical data, it introduces utilization of Blockchain technology to store patient health records and maintain a single version of the patient’s true data.

MedicalChain aims at enabling healthcare agents such as doctors, hospitals, laboratories, pharmacists and insurers to request permission to access and interact with medical records. Each interaction is auditable, transparent, and secure, and will be recorded as a transaction on Medicalchain’s distributed ledger.

Moreover, no privacy is lost in this process; MedicalChain is built on the permission-based Hyperledger Fabric architecture which allows varying access levels; patients control who can view their records, how much they see and for what length of time.

So far MedicalChain is only accepting reservations for its services in the UK. However, it would like to expand to the United States and globally.

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Hot market  

The US is a hot market in all aspects medicine because of all the hospitals, healthcare organizations, and the massive industry itself and ancillary markets. Despite the cornucopia of partnerships that are readily available in the US, Medicalchain is not seeking to partner with hospitals and healthcare organizations or government, but instead is approaching the patients directly and offering for them to have their records on their platform regardless of which healthcare organization they belong to. This is in general and not only directed at the US.

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The team

Dr. Adbdullah Albeyatti

Dr. Albeyatti graduated from Imperial College London as a doctor in 2011. He has always had a passion for innovation and problem solving and has developed solutions to inefficiencies he found whilst working in the UK National Health Service.

Mo Tayeb

Mo is the co-founder and chief operations officer of MedicalChain. He is a graduate from Brunel University from where he obtained a degree in e-commerce. He also holds an Executive MBA from University of Oxford, Saïd Business School.

Newborn learning to walk or bedridden cripple?

MedicalChain has a great service for a multi-trillion-dollar industry that grows larger each year. It is still very new to the market and needs more time to evolve before its trajectory is set. However, the depreciating medtoken is a worrisome sign to some or a buy signal to others.  

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In the fast moving tech space, the revolutionary blockchain is already being updated and outdone, but are Directed Acyclic Graphs the answer?
Blockchains Already Outdated: Will DAGs Be the Next Big Thing?

With Bitcoin, and thus blockchain, celebrating its 10th birthday not too long ago, it is interesting to note that some people believe that there is already a technology that can overtake the distributed ledger solution and do one better.

That technology is known as Directed Acyclic Graphs (DAG), and is already evident in a few well known cryptocurrencies that people trade and use all the time. The likes of Byteball and IOTA utilize this different form of distributed ledger technology which offers slightly different advantages.

However, is there any truth in the claim that DAG can be the next blockchain and ease some of the issues surrounding blockchain currently, such as scaling and the dreaded 51 percent attack? There is no doubt that it is an interesting alternative to direct blockchain and takes away proof of work and the miners associated with most cryptocurrencies, but is that necessarily a good thing?

Many feel there is a lot of promise and potential in DAG, but they forget just how useful 10 years of experience in a space is, and that is just what blockchain has at its back. And this is where Bitcoin evangelist Andreas Antonopoulos offers some interesting thoughts.

Discovering DAG

On a technical level, a Directed Acyclic Graph is a data structure that uses topological ordering. The sequence can go only from earlier to later, which is where the data-processing technology gets its blockchain similarities. Thus, in a DAG, there are no actual blocks of information; rather, the transactions are linked from one to another, meaning one transaction confirms the next, and so on.

This leaves DAG with no proof of work algorithm, thereby removing the need for members, which are so crucial to the running and growth of other blockchains, especially Bitcoin. There are of course many issues surrounding the mining industry of Bitcoin, with concerns about their own decentralisation due to the large pools, but there are also advantages that come with this and the proof of work algorithm.

The major benefit of this lack of proof of work for DAGs means that they manage to maintain immutability but are able to speed up transaction times; in fact, with no blockchains, and no miners, transaction speeds actually increase with more traffic on the network.

Beating the blockchain blues

Scalability brings with it low transaction speeds and high fees, but it has been a problem for cryptocurrency users for some time now. This event led to the infamous Bitcoin Cash fork as they tries to scale Bitcoin in their own way.

So, with DAGs, there is no concern whatsoever about overloaded blocks, and slow transactions speeds, as the transactions simply follow after one another.

Additionally, a big issue with some smaller blockchains has been the threat of a 51 percent attack. When it comes to DAGs, the lack of mining power means that there cannot be an attack of this nature, and because the transaction order is spread out already, attempts at double spending will be caught and rejected immediately, as there is already a spread through the network.

It all sounds quite promising for a new generation of blockchain, alleviating the main problems of the last 10 years. However, as Antonopoulos explains, there is a problem that this even younger technology has when it comes to its core values as a distributed ledger.

Lack of resilience

Antonopoulos is not of the opinion that DAGs will be replacing blockchain anytime soon. In his mind, the proof of work algorithm that has been enacted by the likes of Bitcoin help make it resilient to coercion.

“I don’t think DAGs, Tangles or other formulations can replace a proof-of-work, decentralized blockchain. That is because proof of work brings specific and valuable characteristics that cannot be achieved with other consensus algorithms – at least no one has been able to demonstrate its scale at achieving those with other algorithms,” Antonopoulos said.

Antonopoulos also expresses concerns about the centralization and censorship to which DAGs can be subject:

“Immutability is a big issue there – the ability to change history without anyone noticing or without the recent entrants into the network being able to detect a false history from a true history.”

“But, more broadly, I think proof of work with anonymous participants in an open, decentralized network makes a cryptocurrency very resilient to coercion and to controlling regulations, as well as censorship. I think those are very important capabilities,” he concluded.

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What if I told you there is an ICO with tokens whose utility was to facilitate online eSports tournaments and wagers?  A further discount in a discount crypto-based games store? In an unofficial Android-only store? What if the proceeds of their token sale were officially meant to support an ecosystem where the token publicly offered, wasn’t the center, but rather being “a close cousin” of the principal currency of the project? With a team that already have been involved in several other projects, and constantly adding new things?

Doesn’t sound like a treat for you? For me neither. How much do you think this ICO would score? Zero? Hundred Thousand? Million? Ten Million? Billion?

MobileGo, “The first crypto-centric Mobile Gaming Platform and store for in-game purchases,” scored more than 50 mln bucks at the time.

Let’s fast forward MobileGO year since the end of their ICO.

Share capital $1

According to the Corporate Registry of the Republic of Serbia, Gamecredits, d.o.o. (Serbian for LLC, limited liability company) has a share capital of 100 Serbian Dinars (about $1.04- that’s right, exactly one dollar and four cents). The company has been registered on June 06, 2017, a week or so after MobileGo ICO closing date.

Its founders are two Russian citizens: Mr. Sergey Sholom, presented as a CEO of Gamecredits (he isn’t officially), and Mr. Alexei Migitko. Actual managing director of Gamecredits d.o.o, as Serbian authorities are concerned, is Mr. Migitko.

According to the Serbian corporate law, unless there’s proven misconduct and misappropriation of company’s assets by its founders, they are not responsible for its debts. Coins and tokens aren’t even obligations.

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Product

None so far. As far as the original whitepaper is concerned, the company is several months late to deliver. MobileGo’s community manager Jack Kuveke, when asked to comment on the issue, said:

“Our roadmap changed due to new partnerships. So we began working on a new store version to be released this spring which will have an integrated Unity distribution system to allow unity games to publish to our store easily. This spring to summer [2018 - Cryptocomes] is when first mgo features and our store will see releases.”

Mr. Kuveke refers to the deal Gamecredits stroke with Unity, the gaming platform, signed in November 2017. An important achievement for the company indeed. Yet, the roadmap hasn´t been updated since. “We will have a new timeline/roadmap released in the fast-approaching future,” said Mr. Kuveke to CryptoComes on April 19, 2018.

Questionable assumptions

MobileGo means to differentiate itself from the competition (at least two other cryptocurrency projects have issued Unity support after Gamecredits/MobileGo did) by offering a possibility to publish Unity games in their own crypto-centered store. MobileGo store is thought to attract developers offering lower commissions and quicker payouts than Google’s or Apple’s. Unity didn’t announce partnerships with other projects as it did with Gamecredits though.

So, MobileGo´s strategy is, apparently, to have gamers install an alternative app store, available, obviously, for Android only.  At least 50 percent of the funds are expected to be spent on marketing (i.e. acquisition of the user base).

The white paper says that in China there are more than 200 successful alternative app stores; that makes its authors think that there is a potential for alternative app stores in Europe, and North America, where currently 98% of play stores are monopolized by Apple and Google.

Well, the reason that alternative markets flourish in China is simple: Google PlayStore is banned, and the most successful alternatives are owned by Tencent, Baidu, China Telecom and other giants of the Middle Kingdom.

MobileGo’s white paper has made a questionable assumption. Specifically, they implied that it is as easy to acquire a user for a game as it is for an app store. It seems that they’ve omitted an entire stage of the sales funnel- their user acquisition costs would be higher than projected. And remember, even Amazon, with all its power, is barely visible compared to PlayMarket.

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Present imperfect

Attempts of a cargo cult Elon Musk knock-off media appearances aren’t exactly playing out for MobileGo CEO. Mr. Sholom travels quite a lot, participates in forums organized in UN and UNESCO offices, mingles with Serbian Royal family (Serbia is a republic, and the descendants of the royalty are purely ceremonial figures) and delivers pretty much the same speech since the end of the ICO.

MobileGo´s community team stopped showing up in Bitcointalk thread of MobileGo where some participants have grown increasingly critical of the project tardiness and lack of communications. “We are restructuring our communications channels,” said MGO’s spokesperson when asked for the motive of the decision.

The main website of GameCredits has a prominently displayed link to a Chinese exchange that stopped operations late 2017. The team either don’t care or don’t know. A final touch is the motto that GameCredits’ PR person brandish on the official website:

“The less you ask, the happier I will be.”

Credit is due to GameCredits though, they were fully collaborative when I contacted them to check out a couple of details when preparing this article.

Anyway, despite all their desire to look otherwise, the overall impression of MobileGo is that the project is messy, riddled with imperfections and non-professional. The communication team seems to be seriously out of their league; during the first stealth phase, the communication is arguably the most important task and the comms team didn’t exactly match the challenge of doing that as one may expect from a company that worth 50M dollars.

Let me put this straight: even if this project is a Titanic (and especially if this is a Titanic), their comms team is not playing waltzers on the deck good enough. And only God knows what is happening in its engine rooms.  

So, CryptoComes will keep watching MobileGo for you.

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