ICO stands for Initial Coin Offering
An initial coin offering is the first time an organisation offers digital tokens to the public in an effort to raise money.
Companies frequently hold these offerings so they can finance projects.
This is a fundraising method for launching blockchain and cryptocurrency networks that involves the sale and distribution of a new crypto asset in exchange for other tokens, commonly Bitcoin (BTC) and Ether (ETH).
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