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Discover the world of Initial Coin Offerings (or ICOs) and get to know examples of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin.
By studying this course, you will have a better understanding of initial coin offerings, what is involved in them, how they work and how they can benefit you.
Learn about your tutor and get some context for why he is involved in cryptocurrencies, tokens and ICOs.
In this course, you will look at ICOs, which can be used to raise money for an existing business or the development of a digital loyalty scheme. The most famous ICO is a cryptocurrency or token and is known as Bitcoin.
An ICO is a way to create a cryptocurrency which is a digital asset that can be exchanged for goods or services.
In this section, we will look at the history of cryptocurrencies and a little bit about the performance over the last year or so of a few different cryptocurrencies.
In this section, we will look at the growth of the market and liquidity. One of the reasons we have seen ICOs attract so much attention is because we have seen a phenomenal rise in the value of cryptocurrencies.
In this lecture, we will look at different alternative sources of finance for companies and individuals looking to grow and develop their business.
Now we will look at why you might use an Initial Coin Offering as opposed to offering your shares in your company to external shareholders.
Learn how launching a cryptocurrency might work in the real world with a hypothetical example.
It is important to remember that the value of a currency can always change anyway, JP Morgan claims that the US Dollar has fallen by 81% since 1971.
Look at some examples of quoted companies who are investing in cryptocurrencies, like Kodak.
The market is beginning to understand the difference between good ICOs and bad ICOs. There is a wide measurement for success.
Look out for retention periods when companies hold on to their tokens longer than is reasonable.
When ICOs first came out there was very little regulation because there was a degree of confusion with defining cryptocurrencies.
Initial Coin Offerings give the ability to have digital rewards and loyalty schemes, such as air miles.
You have two types of wallets; a hot wallet is always connected to the internet so you are always trading. A cold wallet is on a USB stick that you can remove when not in use.
Bitcoin was originally developed for anonymity so that you could trade without people knowing who you are.
You have spent some time researching cryptocurrencies and ICOs, so what are some things you need to be mindful of? The first thing is not to rely on Google.
Cryptocurrency is a very volatile investment, so it is important to verify if your investment is worth it. Here is how to calculate Risk-Adjusted Returns.
A lot of things are very confusing in this marketplace, the tutor has written many blogs to explain cryptocurrency in simple terms.
Be very careful with new cryptocurrencies. There are pump and dump stocks where shareholders sell as you are buying which drops the value of the stock.
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