Financial Expert Jordan Lindsey and the ICO Trends of 2018

Jordan Lindsey is a financial expert that can tell you what is happening with Initial Coin Offers (ICOs) in 2018.

One of the trends that Lindsey would see in 2018 is that ICO companies are not going to raises as much money as they did in the past. In the past, they would raise somewhere between $10 million and $100 million. They are now to ask between $2 and $10 million because countries are beginning to create regulations that will limit how much a company can raise in one calendar year. These smaller amounts will result in the companies having smaller bonus amounts and have longer lockup period of several months or years to stop immediate trading.

Another 2018 trend for ICOs is that the ICOs will have to deal more with actual products than ones that just existed in the minds of creator of the ICO. In 2018, real people with real products like NGOs and healthcare companies are using blockchain technology to create new coin. IT companies and venture capitalists have had greatest success with new coin. More companies with actual products ill want to have the same success in 2018;

More countries in 2018 will put limitations and regulations on ICOs. The good news is that once these new laws are in place, these countries will feel better about ICOs and will allow them in their borders. Thus, there will be more countries that will have ICOs in their territories. There will be more competition and that can only be good for new coin offerings.

In the past, traditional venture capitalists were leery about ICOs. After making more money and getting huge rate of investment (ROI), more and more venture capitalists have put their money in ICOs. This trend will continue in 2018 and ICOs might become just as popular as initial profit offerings (IPOs) for venture capitalists.

The best trend in 2018 would be for ICOs to become more trustworthy. Countries like the United States, Singapore, Canada, and Russia are looking into how they can regulate new coin offerings. If they can find a way to regulate them, it would make people more sure of investing in them and it would make them trust-worthy. Regulation would be a good thing for ICOs.

Who is Jordan Lindsey?

He now lives in San Francisco. He grew up in New York. He has been overseas and has lived in Argentina, Mexico, and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

He was educated at Mount Angel Seminary and St. Joseph’s College.

As far as business, he is the founder of JCL Capital. He is a veteran trader and founded many financial and technical businesses.

He learned how to program on his own and used his programming knowledge to create the Bitcoin Growth Bot. This bot is considered to be the first of its kind for the open trading of cryptocurrencies.

https://www.crunchbase.com/person/jordan-lindsey

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