Most ICOs failed to attract enough investment (67% was unsuccessful, e. failed to raise more than 0.5 million USD)
The majority of ICOs failed to maintain a stable price of the coin or to increase the value of the coin, and so it dropped dramatically.
Many ICOs failed to be able to produce the software technology or the ecosystem that they were promised during fundraising (over 75% was only idea stage)
Almost all of them eventually failed to be profitable.
Not so with New Internet Media (NIM), CopyrightCoins (CCIM) and CopyrightChains.Admittedly it has been a struggle to keep focus on the business strategy. The approach we ironed out the first years (2014 and 2015) has served us well so far.However, (with 20/20 hindsight) it couldn’t have turned out better even if we had used the DeLorean invented by Doc Brown.We defin
I have been asked to compile a status report for the owners of CopyrightCoins (CCIM), including those of you that have not yet exchanged your redemption codes into CopyrightCoins.Not to worry, you still have until 30th of June 2019 to do so.
Since GDPR came into effect in May 2018, I have been sending out only personal emails and occasionally public emails for those of you that registered under the new GDP regulation.This will no longer be the case. As we are entering a very intense phase of our business development, only public newsletters will be sent out – so if you want to kept updated on what’s going on you have to register for the newsletter here:https://copyrightcoinsnews.com/newsletter-si