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Initial Coin Offering (ICO)

An initial coin offering (ICO), similar to an initial public offering (IPO) on the stock market, is a procedure through which firms or individuals gather funding to develop new blockchain applications, cryptocurrency, or financial services. It is a type of crowdsourcing in which investors may purchase tokens generated by a corporation. These tokens are used to represent an interest in a company or a future product or service as a potential investment. IPOs often employ "white papers," which outline what is on sale and how the ICO will operate. If the fund criteria are not satisfied and the ICO fails, investors' money is refunded. ICOs, on the other hand, are frequently unregulated, and investors should conduct due research before investing.