SECRETS To Finding a 100x Token Sale!! ✅

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– TIMESTAMPS –
0:00 Intro
2:09 Fair Launch vs. Premine
5:26 ICODrops
7:56 Partnerships & Funding
10:20 Allocation & Tokenomics
13:08 Hype & Star Power
16:24 ICO vs. IEO vs. IDEX
19:30 Conclusion

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⛓️ 🔗 Useful Links 🔗 ⛓️

► Top 10 highest ROIs for cryptocurrency ICOs: https://cointelegraph.com/ico-101/top-10-icos-with-the-biggest-roi
► Track upcoming ICOs with ICOdrops: https://icodrops.com/
► Double check ERC-20 token allocations using Etherscan: https://etherscan.io/
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► How to plan your ultimate altcoin exit strategy: https://youtu.be/ZGd6O79_MOc

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⛏Fair Launch vs. Premine⛏

Fair launch cryptocurrencies are those that do not have any specific allocations and are earned by the people who actively participate on that cryptocurrency’s blockchain. By contrast, premined cryptocurrencies usually have a portion of their initial, total, and sometimes even future supply pre-allocated to certain groups of people.

💰Partnerships & Funding💰

The easiest way to fact check these partnerships is to go creep that cryptocurrency project’s blog or Medium page. If you cannot find a blog post that details the specific nature of the partnership, consider that a red flag. Similarly, any claims of being featured in reputable newspapers like Forbes or CNN are usually nothing more than paid promotions.

💸Token Allocation & Tokenomics💸

It is more common to see ICO token allocations of anywhere between 15 to 50% of the initial token supply. If less than 15% of the initial token supply is going to publicly sold, check to see whether the tokens allocated to founders, investors, and other non-ICO purposes will be immediately available or if they will be gradually released over a fixed period of time.

The ideal tokenomics would be a gradual unlock for all non-ICO tokens that lasts at least two years or more and a maximum supply or very low annual inflation with bonus points if the token is deflationary. A token must also provide robust economic incentives for participation either due to its use case or staking or mining rewards.

📷Hype & Star Power📷

If the ICO you are interested in is currently underway, you can easily see if demand is high by how much money the project has raised relative to how long the ICO has been active. If the ICO you are interested in has yet to occur, go the website of the project and open up all of their social channels.

Twitter, Telegram, Facebook, Medium, you name it. If they already have thousands of followers and have a high amount of engagement, you can be pretty confident that their ICO is going to do quite well.

The real combo breaker is if this cryptocurrency project also has some amount of star power. This includes things like having reputable or popular founder, having any significant partnerships, or if the project is working closely with a current leader in the cryptocurrency space.

📊ICO vs. IEO vs. IDEX📊

An ICO occurs when tokens are directly transferred from the crypto project to investors who participated in the sale. The problem is that tokens issued in this manner do not usually list on any reputable exchanges right away. As such, a lot of the initial price action can be nothing more than market manipulation.

Tokens issued during IEOs do not have this benefit but are instead blessed with the perk of being immediately available to inexperienced and irrational retail investors that will push the token to the moon if it starts to gain momentum.

The issue is that IEOs tend to sell out quickly, tend to have a lot more requirements than ICOs for investors, and volatility also tends to be incredibly high in the first few days or even weeks after the IEO ends.
IDEX offerings tend to be more expensive for investors due to the ETH gas fees that need to be paid to use the DEX.

Consequently, the actual price you pay per token ends up being much higher than the initial price noted by the crypto project, and it is therefore common for the price of the tokens you bought to crash significantly in the hours and days that follow.

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📜 Disclaimer 📜

The information contained herein is for informational purposes only. Nothing herein shall be construed to be financial legal or tax advice. The content of this video is solely the opinions of the speaker who is not a licensed financial advisor or registered investment advisor. Trading cryptocurrencies poses considerable risk of loss. The speaker does not guarantee any particular outcome.

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