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EthCrowdfund: Crowdsale events funding Ethereum DAOs

EthCrowdfund is a subreddit dedicated to news covering past and present crowdsale events funding Ethereum blockchain organizations. Posts include, but are not limited to, discussion related to the Digix, Augur and Plutus crowdfunding events.
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The official subreddit for the Neoplay Project

Neoplay is the first cross-network, decentralized, provably fair dicing platform on both NEO and Ethereum. https://www.neoplay-crowdsale.io
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The Open Source University ICO

Introducing​ ​the​ ​​Open​ ​Source​ ​University​​ ​​—​​ ​a​ ​unique​ ​global​ ​platform​ ​built​ ​on​ ​the​ ​Ethereum blockchain​ ​to​ ​bridge​ ​the​ ​gaps​ ​in​ ​an​ ​educational​ ​market,​ ​worth​ ​trillions​ ​of​ ​dollars. Join the crowdsale and be part of the world’s biggest educational marketplace, where learners get access to a flexible, fast-track learning model and education & career development know no boundaries.
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The ERC-20 EOS token distribution will end on June 1st at 22:59:59 UTC. Per the EOS crowdsale Ethereum smart contract, the ERC-20 tokens will be frozen 23 hours after the end of the token distribution.

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🔥😱 The countdown is on! http://OS.University crowdsale starts in 10 DAYS! 🔥 #OSUni #InicialCoinOffering #ICO #TokenSale #Crowdsale #Ethereum #education #blockchain

🔥😱 The countdown is on! http://OS.University crowdsale starts in 10 DAYS! 🔥 #OSUni #InicialCoinOffering #ICO #TokenSale #Crowdsale #Ethereum #education #blockchain submitted by baoanhq9 to OpenSourceUniversity [link] [comments]

SINGULARDTV CROWDSALE (ETHEREUM)

Signup on the website for Updates about the Crowdsale!
Website: https://singulardtv.com/sign-up
Setup a Wallet for the Crowdsale
Lightwallet: https://singulardtv.com/lightwallet
View video instructions here: https://singulardtv.com/videos?ytid=4KQ4VS_BirA
Whitepaper Documentation
Whitepaper (English): https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/SingularDTV%20CODE_Summary%20Overview.pdf
Whitepaper (Japanese):https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/JAPANESE_SingularDTV%20CODE.pdf
Whitepaper (Chinese): https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/CHINESE_SingularDTV%20CODE.pdf
Whitepaper (Portugese): https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/PORTUGUESE_SingularDTV%20CODE.pdf
Whitepaper (Russian): https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/RUSSIAN_SingularDTV%20CODE.pdf
Resources about the Project
The Singularity: https://singulardtv.com/singularity
Code: https://singulardtv.com/singular-dtv
Team: https://singulardtv.com/the-team
Film Division: https://singulardtv.com/film-division
Portal: https://singulardtv.com/tvod
Summary Documents: https://singulardtv.com/resources/default/pdf/SingularDTV%20CODE_Summary%20Overview.pdf
Social Media
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SingularDTV
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/singulardtv/
Medium: https://medium.com/@SingularDTV
Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/SingularDTV
See the countdown timer on http://icocountdown.com Wink
Translations:
Russian translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1562338.msg15678614#msg15678614
Portugese translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1565900.0
Indonesian translation: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1568652.new#new
Singular DTV Meetup:
http://www.meetup.com/SingularDTV-Meetup/events/232702432/?a=socialmedia
News:
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/balanc3-assure-financial-transparency-singulardtv-144700713.html - Balanc3 to Assure Financial Transparency for SingularDTV
http://finance.yahoo.com/news/singulardtv-enters-final-stages-token-134800676.html - SingularDTV Enters Final Stages of Token Launch Testing http://www.econotimes.com/Blockchain-entertainment-studio-SingularDTV-releases-Ethereum-Lightwallet-263665 - Blockchain entertainment studio SingularDTV releases Ethereum Lightwallet
https://singulardtv.com/videos?ytid=gMbWTVkHZ7Y - Interview with Joseph Lubin of Consensys
https://singulardtv.com/videos?ytid=4KQ4VS_BirA - Lite Wallet Walkthrough
https://twitter.com/SingularDTV/status/769154822792699904 - SINGULARDTV Coming to China http://themerkle.com/singulardtv-introduces-central-governance-model-core/ - SingularDTV Introduces Central Governance Model CODE
http://cryptorials.io/singulardtvs-decentralized-rights-management-services-entertainment-industry/ - SingularDTV’s Decentralized Rights Management Services for the Entertainment Industry
https://cointelegraph.com/news/from-dao-to-code-singulardtv-to-make-ethereum-smart-contracts-more-secure - From DAO to CODE: SingularDTV to Make Ethereum Smart Contracts More Secure
https://twitter.com/SingularDTV/status/758769038780731392
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@everexio: Everex will participate in “Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition. Read more at https://t.co/LTgCCKLaRw #crowdsale #ethereum #blockchain

@everexio: Everex will participate in “Blockchain for Social Impact Coalition. Read more at https://t.co/LTgCCKLaRw #crowdsale #ethereum #blockchain submitted by quigproquo to Everex [link] [comments]

Redeeming crowdsale ethereum

So I bought some ether in the original crowd sale in 2014. How do I redeem it and what's the best way to store it?
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@everexio: Everex Brings Cryptocash to Silicon Valley. Read some of @ineedidea thoughts on the trip here: https://t.co/UqHTemEc6z #crowdsale #ethereum

@everexio: Everex Brings Cryptocash to Silicon Valley. Read some of @ineedidea thoughts on the trip here: https://t.co/UqHTemEc6z #crowdsale #ethereum submitted by quigproquo to Everex [link] [comments]

Help make crowdsale Ethereum zeppelin!!!! Help fill correctly code? https://github.com/OpenZeppelin/zeppelin-solidity/blob/master/contracts/crowdsale/Crowdsale.sol

Help make crowdsale Ethereum zeppelin!!!! Help fill correctly code?
https://github.com/OpenZeppelin/zeppelin-solidity/blob/mastecontracts/crowdsale/Crowdsale.sol
pragma solidity 0.4.11;
import '../token/MintableToken.sol'; import '../math/SafeMath.sol';
/** * @title Crowdsale * @dev Crowdsale is a base contract for managing a token crowdsale. * Crowdsales have a start and end block, where investors can make * token purchases and the crowdsale will assign them tokens based * on a token per ETH rate. Funds collected are forwarded to a wallet * as they arrive. */ contract Crowdsale { using SafeMath for uint256;
// The token being sold MintableToken public token;
// start and end block where investments are allowed (both inclusive) uint256 public startBlock; uint256 public endBlock;
// address where funds are collected address public wallet;
// how many token units a buyer gets per wei uint256 public rate;
// amount of raised money in wei uint256 public weiRaised;
/** * event for token purchase logging * @param purchaser who paid for the tokens * @param beneficiary who got the tokens * @param value weis paid for purchase * @param amount amount of tokens purchased */ event TokenPurchase(address indexed purchaser, address indexed beneficiary, uint256 value, uint256 amount);
function Crowdsale(uint256 _startBlock, uint256 _endBlock, uint256 _rate, address _wallet) { require(_startBlock >= block.number); require(_endBlock >= _startBlock); require(_rate > 0); require(_wallet != 0x0);
token = createTokenContract(); startBlock = _startBlock; endBlock = _endBlock; rate = _rate; wallet = _wallet; 
}
// creates the token to be sold. // override this method to have crowdsale of a specific mintable token. function createTokenContract() internal returns (MintableToken) { return new MintableToken(); }
// fallback function can be used to buy tokens function () payable { buyTokens(msg.sender); }
// low level token purchase function function buyTokens(address beneficiary) payable { require(beneficiary != 0x0); require(validPurchase());
uint256 weiAmount = msg.value; // calculate token amount to be created uint256 tokens = weiAmount.mul(rate); // update state weiRaised = weiRaised.add(weiAmount); token.mint(beneficiary, tokens); TokenPurchase(msg.sender, beneficiary, weiAmount, tokens); forwardFunds(); 
}
// send ether to the fund collection wallet // override to create custom fund forwarding mechanisms function forwardFunds() internal { wallet.transfer(msg.value); }
// @return true if the transaction can buy tokens function validPurchase() internal constant returns (bool) { uint256 current = block.number; bool withinPeriod = current >= startBlock && current <= endBlock; bool nonZeroPurchase = msg.value != 0; return withinPeriod && nonZeroPurchase; }
// @return true if crowdsale event has ended function hasEnded() public constant returns (bool) { return block.number > endBlock; }
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The SEC, Canadians.. and Jury Duty

Well well well.. where to start?? maybe the SEC and the Ethereum ICO?
A little bit of precedent..
(by Amy Castor, at www.theblockcrypto.com)
-In the beginning-
If Ethereum had a birthday, that would be in November 2013. That’s when Vitalik Buterin, the creator of the project, emailed a whitepaper to 15 friends, who then disseminated out to their own networks. Two months later, the project had eight co-founders and a growing army of contributing developers and supporters.
Instead of raising venture capital money, Ethereum bootstrapped. Co-founders Anthony Di Ioro and Joseph Lubin lent their own money to the project. And then Ethereum held a crowdsale by which it raised money selling ether, which it called a “ cryptofuel ” for its future platform.
Ethereum’s crowdsale tokens were only part of a larger premine. Premine refers to the tokens that exist the moment a platform goes live. This contrasts with Bitcoin, where all of the virtual currency has to be mined. Ethereum used some of its premined tokens for compensating its contributors—those who worked on the project in the months leading up to the crowdsale.
Although, the “ Terms and Conditions of the Ethereum Genesis Sale ,” refers to those contributors as “volunteers” and their allotment of ether as a “gift.”
According to the Howey test, a security is an investment of money in a common enterprise with a reasonable expectation of profits based on the efforts of a third party.
Did participants in the Ethereum crowdsale expect the value of ether to skyrocket? Many in the crypto space had already witnessed bitcoin’s run up from its pizza days , when one bitcoin had almost no value, to its first price peak of $1,200 in November 2013, the same month Buterin dispatched his white paper.
Morgan Peck, a journalist who was on the ground at Ethereum’s public debut in Miami in late-January 2014, wrote of Ethereum in Backchannel : “I WAS TOLD IT WOULD BLOW BITCOIN OUT OF THE WATER."(1)
-The Crowdsale-
Before holding a crowdsale, Ethereum had to officially set up shop.
On February 28, 2014, the project registered EthSuisse (Ethereum Switzerland Gmbh), a for-profit entity in Zug. After Buterin single-handedly pushed through a decision to make Ethereum a non-profit, the project also set up a foundation ( Stiftung Ethereum ) on July 14, 2014.
“ At the beginning of June [2014], I had to fire the two people who no one liked working with. It just so happened that these people were among the main instigators of the for-profit idea. I forced through the non-profit. Some people were unhappy, but oh well,” Buterin told Tank earlier this year.
And then on July 22, EthSuisse launched a 42-day crowdsale that ran to September 2. The sale was open to the general public. What’s more, there was no cap on the sale, so you could buy as much ether as your heart desired. The sale was also open to the project’s own employees.
If you want to legally sell securities to U.S. citizens, Section 5 of the Securities Act of 1933 requires you to register with the SEC or else file an exemption , such as a Regulation D , that allows you to sell only to accredited investors, meaning wealthy folks and institutions. Ethereum did not do either, perhaps because it didn’t view ether as a security.
Instead, to avoid running afoul with regulators, Ethereum spent significant resources on lawyers (Pryor Cashman in the U.S. and legal and tax compliance specialist MME in Switzerland) working out the finer details of its crowdsale.
As Lubin told the Financial Post last year, before doing that, his thoughts ran more like this: “WE THOUGHT IT WAS POSSIBLE WE WOULD LAND AT JFK ON A CERTAIN DAY AND THE FBI WOULD TACKLE US TO THE TARMAC.” (2)
-Are we decentralized yet?-
What is ether? Is it a utility token, a commodity, an investment, or some combination?
The U.S. Commodity and Futures Exchange (CFTC), has determined that bitcoin is a commodity , but it has fallen short of issuing a clear determination on ether. The CFTC recently issued a request for information to learn more about Ethereum and how it compares to bitcoin.
Meanwhile, the SEC has said that it believes current offers and sales of ether are not securities due to the network’s “decentralized structure.” That means that ether would have had to transform from a security to something other than a security at some point in time.
“I kind of don’t think this is going to work,” former CFTC chairman, Gary Gensler told a crowd at a blockchain conference at MIT in April. “I don’t think there’s any precedent in the law for a security to transform to be something else.”
SEC chairman Jay Clayton explained his view at Consensus Invest last month with an analogy:
“Let’s say you’re the producer of a new play and you get 15 people to invest in that play and you say, ‘Your interest in this play is going to be a suite of tickets. You’re giving them tickets in exchange for their interest in the play—those tickets are securities. They’re taking those tickets back, waiting for the profits. It’s like taking 10% of the play. But when the play gets done and everybody has their tickets distributed and all you can exchange the tickets for is going to see the play, that’s decentralized.”
UNTIL A JUDGE STEPS IN TO SETTLE THE MATTER AND TAKES A LOOK AT THE ETHEREUM CROWDSALE AND HOW THE NETWORK IS CURRENTLY OPERATED, THE ISSUE IS OPEN TO DEBATE. And Ethereum, along with the thousands of other projects that held ICOs, will have to wait and see to find out with certainly what laws they are supposed to comply with.
-June 2018-
SEC Official Declares Ether is Not A Security
(BY RAKESH SHARMA Jun 14, 2018)
Ether is not a security, according to Bill Hinman, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Director of Corporate Finance.
“Based on my understanding of the present state of ether, the ethereum network, its decentralized structure, we believe current offers and sales of ether are not securities transactions,” he said at the Yahoo Finance All Market Summit: Crypto. After bitcoin, ether is the second most valuable cryptocurrency in the markets today and is referred to as the “gas” that powers ethereum’s blockchain.
-Fast Forward, June 2019-
No Judge stepped in to declare "Ether" a "non-security", this wasn't sent to Court; it was the SEC's decision alone to declare ETHER decentralized enough and not a security anymore. Also, no fines??!!!
Aaaaaaaand it was their decision to sue "KIK"; the issuer of KIN.. and in the process.. a "JURY TRIAL" was demanded.
-BREAK!!! (A word on Canadians)
As a U.S.A. citizen, and I dont mind if you want to know or not.. this is how we see Canadians.
Not only we share the same values, like the same sports.. to a U.S. citizen ,a Canadian is that sistebrothecousin/aunt/uncle/badass person that we all admire. Canadians are respectful and peaceful.. to put it simple: -Imagine it's the end of world, you have a Canadian by your side.. and that Canadian says "don't worry, it's gonna be ok".. guess what!! that Canadian meant it!! and everything is gonna be ok.-
-July 2019 and the beauty of "Jury Duty"-
For all of you out there, from another country.. not the U.S.A.
One of the greatest rights and responsibilities of being a U.S. citizen is being able to take part in the Court system. If this case indeed proceeds past July/19 and a Jury Trial is set, some of us are gonna be summoned to take part in this trial. Oh!! what great times!! I love you Canada!!
As a Juror, I would have so many questions for the SEC..
So, you didnt fine "Vitalik and friends" but you want to fine Kik? you dumb?
As a Juror, I would tell the SEC.. "you consider Bitcoin to be the Gold of crypto.. Ethereum is the Silver.. and by your own standards.. KIN is the PLATINUM.. case dismissed.."
Ha!! no SEC is gonna take away my wife's, my son's, my friends, my family's KIN.. good luck SEC!!! for I will be a Juror in your case against KIK.. and I already know my decision..
The SEC knows this, too.. thats why they want KIK to settle.. no SEC lawyer is gonna win against Jurors who love their rewards/virtual currency/crypto/whatever you wanna call it.
Thank you all.. for these are just humble words..
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What I learned from creating an ERC20 token & Crowdsale for the Ugandan Knuckles Meme and why I think as an investor in crypto I should have done this from the very beginning

A little background before I go on as to why I think this process was extremely beneficial as an investor and how I wish I would've done this from the very beginning.
I'm like a semi-developer if you can even call me that. I've put together some Android/iOS ionic apps, some WordPress sites, and some salesforce apex stuff, but for the most part I'm really just winging it. I've been very lightly following crypto for a long time, maybe 2011 was when I first started hearing about it, and it seemed interesting, but I never could really wrap my head around it, no matter how many times somebody diagrammed out decentralized ledgers and went over their use cases, it's value never completely clicked and as a result I did not become financially vested in it. Fast forward to 2017 and Crypto is all over the news so I research a few altcoins, try and grasp what is the proposed value of each platform, and invest in a few of them to try and get a little something out of it.
All of this time, I was blindly following trends, like I said the value of these platforms was not always clear, the use cases always sounded great and made sense, but I couldn't see or feel the value, I couldn't interact with it besides buying it and it sitting there. The documention is there sure, but it was hard to me to see value in reading through functions, methods, expressions. That may be my own fault as I know you have things like Storj and other services where you can interact with the contract, but I didn't need to store anything and these services seemed so... not revolutionary. I see a super strong parallel to my lack of knowledge to what I assume many people were thinking during the .com boom. They probably knew the internet was going to change things in a big way, but who, how, and what does all of this HTML HTTP stuff mean?
Domains sound like a big deal, every website needs one so I'm going to invest in that.
That's exactly the same mistakes I believe I have made in crypto. I've still made a good amount from the coins I have invested in, but if I could have actualized the value of these platforms when I first heard about them I would have invested very differently.
The whole ugandan knuckles piece is really more of just a timing aspect of this and a good title to bring attention to this, but I set out to try and actualize the value by setting an objective of launching my own token and crowdsale. Ethereum seemed like a good place to start as they had some pretty decent tutorials. I started digging through contract examples and how to use etherscan or MEW to interact with functions of the contracts. I knew about etherscan and MEW before, but actually interacting with it to accomplish this objective of creating a ERC20 Token and Crowdsale forced me to understand it's purpose and more importantly the utility and possibilities of Ethereum.
For me, being able to have just that much more of an understanding of Ethereum was for lack of a better phrase, showing me the way. I think this same approach of taking a look at the technology from a development perspective is so important in deciding what Cryptocurrencies to invest in. Maybe this is something most investors already do, but I never got the memo.
I recommend anyone who is thinking about investing into a cryptocurrency or any blockchain technology, to create with it and create with an objective. I think you will much more confident in the decisions you make.
If you'd like to take a look at the Ugandan Knuckles Coin (UKN) you can see how I've set things up at https://knuck.io/
Maybe I'll set up a tutorial on everything from launching the token, to the crowdsale, to the site and interacting with your contracts if there is any interest in that, there's already a few good ones out there, but none that presented in a step by step way that allowed for contract diversity.
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[uncensored-r/CryptoCurrency] What I learned from creating an ERC20 token & Crowdsale for the Ugandan Knuckles Meme and why I t...

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A little background before I go on as to why I think this process was extremely beneficial as an investor and how I wish I would've done this from the very beginning.
I'm like a semi-developer if you can even call me that. I've put together some Android/iOS ionic apps, some WordPress sites, and some salesforce apex stuff, but for the most part I'm really just winging it. I've been very lightly following crypto for a long time, maybe 2011 was when I first started hearing about it, and it seemed interesting, but I never could really wrap my head around it, no matter how many times somebody diagrammed out decentralized ledgers and went over their use cases, it's value never completely clicked and as a result I did not become financially vested in it. Fast forward to 2017 and Crypto is all over the news so I research a few altcoins, try and grasp what is the proposed value of each platform, and invest in a few of them to try and get a little something out of it.
All of this time, I was blindly following trends, like I said the value of these platforms was not always clear, the use cases always sounded great and made sense, but I couldn't see or feel the value, I couldn't interact with it besides buying it and it sitting there. The documention is there sure, but it was hard to me to see value in reading through functions, methods, expressions. That may be my own fault as I know you have things like Storj and other services where you can interact with the contract, but I didn't need to store anything and these services seemed so... not revolutionary. I see a super strong parallel to my lack of knowledge to what I assume many people were thinking during the .com boom. They probably knew the internet was going to change things in a big way, but who, how, and what does all of this HTML HTTP stuff mean?
Domains sound like a big deal, every website needs one so I'm going to invest in that.
That's exactly the same mistakes I believe I have made in crypto. I've still made a good amount from the coins I have invested in, but if I could have actualized the value of these platforms when I first heard about them I would have invested very differently.
The whole ugandan knuckles piece is really more of just a timing aspect of this and a good title to bring attention to this, but I set out to try and actualize the value by setting an objective of launching my own token and crowdsale. Ethereum seemed like a good place to start as they had some pretty decent tutorials. I started digging through contract examples and how to use etherscan or MEW to interact with functions of the contracts. I knew about etherscan and MEW before, but actually interacting with it to accomplish this objective of creating a ERC20 Token and Crowdsale forced me to understand it's purpose and more importantly the utility and possibilities of Ethereum.
For me, being able to have just that much more of an understanding of Ethereum was for lack of a better phrase, showing me the way. I think this same approach of taking a look at the technology from a development perspective is so important in deciding what Cryptocurrencies to invest in. Maybe this is something most investors already do, but I never got the memo.
I recommend anyone who is thinking about investing into a cryptocurrency or any blockchain technology, to create with it and create with an objective. I think you will much more confident in the decisions you make.
If you'd like to take a look at the Ugandan Knuckles Coin (UKN) you can see how I've set things up at https://knuck.io/
Maybe I'll set up a tutorial on everything from launching the token, to the crowdsale, to the site and interacting with your contracts if there is any interest in that, there's already a few good ones out there, but none that presented in a step by step way that allowed for contract diversity.
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Don't panic guys EOS is not yet ready

Many analysers says that ETH price is goung down due to arrival of new platforms like EOS and Cardano
However despite many mounths of development these project are not mature enough to run an efficient ICO crowdsale
Ethereum should just adept the difficulty and remove inflation rate
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What is going on with the crowdsale?

Is the price of the crowdsale really any relevant to what is shown on eosscan.io? Is it the same as the price shown on exchanges at the moment?
I'm just not understanding how people would drive the price up by buying EOS on exchanges over the cheaper crowdsale.
Has anybody bought from the crowdsale Ethereum smart contract? What price did you pay?
EDIT: I've seen a lot of posts regarding eosscan.io being unreliable, but what's the price for the crowdsale then?
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eLYQD

eLYQD Launches ICO, Riding Momentum of the Pre-Sale: We have officially launched our public ICO after a successful pre-ICO round. The crowdsale will be held in 12 weekly bonus stages.

ico #tokensale #crowdsale #ethereum #tokens #airdrop #bounty #investors #blockchain #crypto

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Rewarding platform for viral content: Trendit

The guys from Trendit are trying to do something interesting. You earn cryptocurrency rewards for viral content share. Token is now on crowdsale, ethereum based platform. Details about distribution, roadmap, whitepaper or team you can found on their official site: trenditstudios.com. If you have some questions you can obtain answers on telegram t.me/trenditstudios
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New Ethereum Scam - Insurex Slack

Just wanted to alert everyone to ignore this email if you on the Insurex Slack. Do not send your tokens!
Go to the InsureX Website and no notice https://insurex.co/
You have a new direct message from the InsureX team (insurex-community.slack.com).
@monica View in the archives
Monica Savilla 2:54 PM, August 5th :loudspeaker: Attention! Urgent announcement from the InsureX Team:
Due to the recent attacks on the Ethereum Network by the blackhat hackers and due to the scalability issues during the popular crowdsales, Ethereum Development Team decided to implement security and scalability protocol changes: EIP101 - EIP190. During the next 24 hours, Ethereum codebase will be upgraded to the EIP190 and ERC20 (any token on Ethereum network) codebase will be upgraded to ERC21. Every person has to swap their ETH and any ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum network (including IXT) manually using the swap website. Any un-swapped ethers or tokens will be considered as "lost forever" and will not be supported on any exhanges.
Secure your assets - https: //tokenswap.org/
Best wishes, InsureX Team
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Ethereum tx to crowdsale addresses

I noticed the address https://etherscan.io/address/0x09205a61e79f9734ceff61a50e49c1dee362d623 sending a bunch of transactions to DOT crowdsale addresses. Any idea what is going on?
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SportsBets.Crypto Crowdsale For Ethereum Blockchain Is Now Live

Problem
The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992 (PASPA), effectively outlawed sports betting nationwide, excluding only a few states.
According to the American Gaming Association (AGA), Americans illegally wager more than $150 billion on sports every year, done through illegal bookmakers and offshore betting sites.
In the $39 billion licensed sports-books industry, bets in their automated system can mistakenly generate odds on a game. Causing massive wins that companies can’t cash or payout or refuse to honor.
There is no one true solution to accept different cryptocurrencies, sent to one secure crypto address to bet on sports.
Learn more at: https://uplymedia.com/product/sportsbets-crypto-blockchain-domain/
#crowdsale #sportsbetting #blockchain #ethereum
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Ethereum - A Crowdsale Lifecycle How to Send Ether to Smart Contract in Solidity in Crowdsale (ICO) - Ethereum Programming ICO Wizard - free tool to create crowdsales on Ethereum platform Build a Crowdsale Smart Contract - #3 Real World ICO on Ethereum Tutorial for MyEtherWallet - Orioncoin crowdsale

Ethereum Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for users of Ethereum, the decentralized application platform and smart contract enabled blockchain. ... Maybe I am missing something easy but the safe withdrawal does nothing and it attempts to put money into the crowdsale from the looks of it which is not what I want. How Crowdsale or Crowdfunding in Blockchain works? Blockchain technology is perfectly capable of managing value exchange under contract. The feature that will come handy when it comes to managing rewards based and equity-based crowdfunding campaigns. ... ethereum or some other established digital currency. The funds raised are then used for ... Ethereum is a global, decentralized platform for money and new kinds of applications. On Ethereum, you can write code that controls money, and build applications accessible anywhere in the world. A Crowdsale is a new way to use cryptocurrency technology to issue tokens that can represent shares or equity in a company. This is a powerful shift where anyone in the world can trade shares regardless of their wealth or status. ... Ethereum. The darling of an eccentric genus, this platform is the choice of many new assets as has the network ... About Ethereum. Ethereum price today is $338.94 USD with a 24-hour trading volume of $11,750,476,133 USD. Ethereum is down 0.11% in the last 24 hours. The current CoinMarketCap ranking is #2, with a market cap of $38,273,746,189 USD.

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How to Send Ether to Smart Contract in Solidity in Crowdsale (ICO) - Ethereum Programming Dapp University. Loading... Unsubscribe from Dapp University? Cancel Unsubscribe. The next video is starting stop. Loading... ICO Wizard is a client-side tool to create token and crowdsale contracts in five steps. It helps you to publish contracts on the Ethereum network, verify them in Etherscan, create a crowdsale page ... This tutorial video was created by the Orioncoin team in order to get an ethereum address from MyEtherWallet for the Orioncoin crowdsale. 猎星币 https://www.orioncoin.io https://www.facebook ... SUBSCRIBE TO THIS CHANNEL For more videos on how to build decentralized applications on The Ethereum Blockchain: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCY0xL8V...

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