Revolutionizing Fundraising with Tokenization

Cryptocurrency startups sell tokens to investors for established cryptocurrencies

What are ICO - TICO - IEO?


An initial coin offering (ICO) is a type of crowdfunding method used by cryptocurrency projects to raise capital. ICOs allow investors to purchase new tokens issued by the project in exchange for cryptocurrencies or fiat currencies. ICOs gained popularity during the crypto boom of 2017, but have since come under scrutiny due to concerns about fraudulent projects and scams. Despite this, ICOs remain a popular fundraising method in the cryptocurrency industry.


An initial exchange offering (IEO) is a type of crowdfunding method similar to ICOs, but conducted through a cryptocurrency exchange. In an IEO, the exchange acts as a trusted intermediary, conducting the token sale on behalf of the project. Investors can purchase the project’s tokens using cryptocurrencies deposited on the exchange. IEOs offer several advantages over ICOs, including increased security and credibility, as well as easier access to liquidity.


A Trust-less Initial Coin Offering (TICO) is a new type of crowdfunding method that aims to address some of the concerns and challenges of traditional ICOs. In a TICO, a smart contract on the blockchain is used to automatically execute the token sale, without the need for a central authority or intermediary. The smart contract defines the rules and conditions of the token sale, such as the price and the maximum number of tokens to be sold. TICOs aim to provide greater transparency, security, and fairness than traditional ICOs, as the token sale is conducted entirely on the blockchain and is free from the influence of any third-party entities. TICOs also eliminate the need for intermediaries such as exchanges, which can reduce costs and increase efficiency. Despite their potential benefits, TICOs are still a relatively new and experimental crowdfunding method, and their adoption and effectiveness are yet to be fully tested and evaluated.