Learn about the latest Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) available today. An ICO is the digital currency equivalent of an Initial Public Offering (IPO). When the company raises enough funds, usually in the form of cryptocurrencies like Ethereum (ETH), the company will begin its project. The digital coins generally get released to the project backers.

Please note that ICOs are high risk. This website makes no claims as to the validity of each offering. We only list ICOs for informational purposes, and you will need to conduct your own research to verify any claims.

In addition, local regulations may prohibit you from investing in an offer. Be sure to check the laws in your state and country before considering any type of investment.