At Valsen Fiduciaries, we will help you decide on the most appropriate ICO structure for your trading.
A good ICO structure should:
- Have certainty of valuation – Whenever you participate in a crowd sale, you should know with certainty, the cap on the valuation or the portion of the token supply.
- Be efficient – It should eliminate chances of deadweight losses or other such substantial economic inefficiencies.
- Have a ceiling on the amount it raises – A sale should have a predetermined amount it intends to raise. This is to avoid being looked at as greedy and lessens the chances of attracting undue attention of regulators.
- The certainty of participation and success – As much as developers are wary of describing ICOs as investment opportunities, they should offer investors a good chance of being successful.
- Avoid central banking – the developer should hold a fixed, predetermined number of tokens and this number should not be unnecessarily large, lest investors seize control of the network token-wise when it goes live.
Valsen Fiduciaries assists you in selecting the best structure that does not only promise investment returns, profits or dividends but also focusses on distributing the token or digital asset that hold a promise of a clear use in the decentralized application ecosystem.