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What is Common Among Best ICOs

Hi, Folks.We are continuing to research ICO crowd sales based on data from http://ift.tt/2DFw9oA this article we are going to take a look at serial investors and connections between ICOs.If you missed the first part, here is the link part1The first question — Do people invest in the same ICO several times? The answer based on our sample —YES.In the table below are the top 10 ICOs with investors who paid several times tableIn all, about 30 percent of investors made more than one payment. All investors in our sample:invested once 24164more than once 59871Let’s take a look at the payment size:More than the first 59798,less than 0equal to 78 in our sample, the second payment is always bigger than the firstHalf of the investors who paid more than once did it in 10 hours.A quarter of them did it in 10 days. If you are running an ICO and somebody makes an investment — don’t let him go away until he makes another investment at least as big as the first. A third of all investors are ready to invest even more than the first withdrawalSerial investors( Investment in different ICO)How many people invested in more than one ICO? In our sample, about 15 %. All the investors: * only one ICO — 249872 * several — 37163The most active crowd sales “serial investors” are EOS Bancor Status. Since the beginning of 2018, and not counting EOS — they have been Sether Titanium carVertical.Serial investors are the index of attention from the side of experienced investors. You can check out how many mutual investors are in the particular project on this page http://ift.tt/2plKhPc tab “Chart Common Buyers”Pay attention to mutual investors from successful ICOAnother way to evaluate how a particular project is bound to other projects is the ICO graph (http://ift.tt/2DCNDlf in that graph are common investors.We showed only the five strongest connections for each node to make this graph more readable.All the connections are weighted by the investments amount.Let’s take a look at the EOS graphIt is obvious that EOS and the group of the most successful ICOs from 2017 are closely connected.Now all the groups are obvious, but hopefully when the ICO market grows and becomes more developed, we will be able to distinguish groups by ICO class or token class (infrastructural ICO, DEX, etc)In conclusion: before making a valuable investment, evaluate the common investor for the project you are interested in.Thanks.

Hi, Folks.

We are continuing to research ICO crowd sales based on data from http://icofisher.com/#/

In this article we are going to take a look at serial investors and connections between ICOs.

If you missed the first part, here is the link part1

The first question — Do people invest in the same ICO several times? The answer based on our sample —YES.

In the table below are the top 10 ICOs with investors who paid several times table

In all, about 30 percent of investors made more than one payment. All investors in our sample:

  • invested once 24164
  • more than once 59871

Let’s take a look at the payment size:

  • More than the first 59798,
  • less than 0
  • equal to 78 in our sample, the second payment is always bigger than the first

Half of the investors who paid more than once did it in 10 hours.

A quarter of them did it in 10 days. If you are running an ICO and somebody makes an investment — don’t let him go away until he makes another investment at least as big as the first. A third of all investors are ready to invest even more than the first withdrawal

Serial investors( Investment in different ICO)

How many people invested in more than one ICO? In our sample, about 15 %. All the investors: * only one ICO — 249872 * several — 37163

The most active crowd sales “serial investors” are EOS Bancor Status. Since the beginning of 2018, and not counting EOS — they have been Sether Titanium carVertical.

Serial investors are the index of attention from the side of experienced investors. You can check out how many mutual investors are in the particular project on this page http://icofisher.com/#/ico/59/transactions tab “Chart Common Buyers”

Pay attention to mutual investors from successful ICO

Another way to evaluate how a particular project is bound to other projects is the ICO graph (http://icofisher.com/#/investors/graph)

Connections in that graph are common investors.

We showed only the five strongest connections for each node to make this graph more readable.

All the connections are weighted by the investments amount.

Let’s take a look at the EOS graph

It is obvious that EOS and the group of the most successful ICOs from 2017 are closely connected.

Now all the groups are obvious, but hopefully when the ICO market grows and becomes more developed, we will be able to distinguish groups by ICO class or token class (infrastructural ICO, DEX, etc)

In conclusion: before making a valuable investment, evaluate the common investor for the project you are interested in.

Thanks.