IEO: What do you think about IEO's?

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  • ETHhupETHhup Rep This User!

    Thanks for posting. At first glance, IEOs seem more desirable because the exchange is endorsing whatever coin they are offering, and have presumable done a lot of diligence. But the article points out a lot of pitfalls I hadn't thought of

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  • BigfoodBigfood Rep This User!

    Had to Google this - Initial Exchange Offering. Down the road, this will make a lot of sense. Will be the same as IPOs on Nasdaq for example. The Nasdaq connection affords a huge level of credibility. But as with everything to do with crypto, this is all in the very early stages.

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  • CharlieBCharlieB Rep This User!

    This article makes a compelling argument in favor of IEOs

    https://guerrillabuzz.com/what-is-an-initial-exchange-offering-ieo/

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  • CryptoHunterCryptoHunter Rep This User!

    I think IEOs will generally replace ICOs because of the added level of credibility, and the presumption that the exchange has vetted the ICO before offering it. As stated above, it's not so different than traditional IPOs on stock exchanges. Whether or not it defies the whole point (i.e. decentralization, lack or trust, and anonymity) is a different discussion.

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  • HopeHKHopeHK Rep This User!

    Complete Guide to IEOs:
    https://blockonomi.com/what-is-an-ieo/

    very helpful

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  • MX10178MX10178 Rep This User!

    The main pitfall here is centralization. "...all funds are received by a centralized institution, all transfers are conducted by the exchange not blockchain, the exchange manages all of the wallets, in fact, you technically do not even own the tokens"

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