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The ‘reverse ICO’: How existing businesses will start tokenizing

GUEST: The amount of money generated by the Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) of blockchain-based companies is astounding. In July alone, ICOs generated $500 million of funding, bringing the all-time total to over $1.6 billion. That doesn’t even include August, where FileCoin is closing in on $200 million by itself. It’s impressive. Yet, on the horizon is […]
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