What Crypto winter? 10 ICOs including Ethereum, Tron, NEO, Cardano are still up 1000% Since Launch
The 2017 ICO mania is still not forgotten by many Crypto enthusiasts, even though most ICOs have lost over 99% of their value some are still up 1000% since their launch giving good returns to early investors.
According to a recent report by Crypto data research firm Longhash, there are at least 10 ICOs including Ethereum, Tron, NEO and others that are still up 1000%+ since their launch.
The most well known and the earliest ICO was Ethereum. Ethereum conducted its token sale back in July 2014 and ended up raising 31,529 BTC ($18.4 million at the time). Even though ETH has dropped 90% in value since the all-time high it is up 43,000%+ since its launch giving the highest ROI among ICOs.
Other projects that are still up 1000% are Stratis (STRAT), Ark (ARK), Komodo (KMD), Neo (NEO), Augur (REP), Cardano (ADA), Lisk (LSK), Waves (WAVES), and Tron (TRX). All of the projects mentioned except Cardano and Tron are older than 2 years.
The price of these tokens are as follows:
Stratis (STRAT) – $0.895 down 96% from ATH
Ark (ARK) – $0.622 down 94% from ATH
Komodo (KMD) – $1.05 down 93% from ATH
Neo (NEO) – $9.26 down 95% from ATH
Augur (REP) – $14.29 down 88% from ATH
Cardano (ADA) – $0.0587 down 96% from ATH
Lisk (LSK) – $1.49 down 96% from ATH
Waves (WAVES) – $2.77 down 85% from ATH
Tron (TRX) – $0.0238 down 92% from ATH
Data Source: Messari.io
“Crypto winter” implies that the bottom is in near sight but with projects gaining millions by selling tokens within a few minutes and a lot of shady useless tokens still thriving, the Crypto winter doesn’t seem to end anytime soon.
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