Kaufman Production and independent rating agency ICORating will hold Moscow’s first ever ICO case study event at Deworkacy Red October in Moscow on April 4.
The event, called “Scam or Not? ICO Projects Review: How to Analyze ICOs,” will feature an in-depth analysis of some of the most- and least-successful ICO projects in terms of funds raised.
The case study will become the first in a series of events dedicated to ICOs, with future topics exploring how to properly prepare a white paper, working with Bounty, getting projects placed on ICO trackers, correctly and effectively conducting PR campaigns, as well as what to do to avoid getting a project labeled as a scam, through the lens of some of the most talked about ICO projects in the past.
The Meetup is being organized with both investors and startups in mind, with a focus on revealing how to evaluate a project’s investment potential, project strengths and weaknesses, and avoiding common mistakes when launching an ICO.
Scam or Not? ICO Projects Review: How to Analyze ICOs will look at the history of some ICO launches and will feature expert recommendations from key market players. Speakers include Roman Kaufman, co-founder of HOQU, Anatoliy Poedintsev, co-founder of ICORating, and cryptoanalyst Aleksey Gretskiy.
The event will take place at Deworkacy, in Moscow’s creative Red October district, at Bersenevskaya Naberezhnaya 6 building 3 at 7:30 PM. Additional information and registration details can be found at icoreview.kaufmanpro.com.