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PR: LEEKICO helps Blockchain Network Connectivity Project NKN to Close Successful Crowdfunding

LEEKICO helps Blockchain Network Connectivity Project NKN to Close Successful CrowdfundingSydney, Australia – LEEKICO, a one-stop-service ICO platform, successfully supported NKN, a project aiming to rebuild the Internet that will be truly open, decentralized, dynamic, safe, shared and owned by the community, completed its highly anticipated token sale on April 19th, 2018. With LEEKICO’s support, NKN collected a total of ETH 24,100.

NKN’s early bird sale, which was only opened to participants who were previously whitelisted for the project, started on April 2nd and was completed on April 8th. The main ICO took place on April 19th and collected 70% of the hard cap in the first 3 minutes, with the cap reached shortly after.

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PR: Community Choice Gives Power to Backers – KICKICO Announces Community Choice Function

KICKICO Announces Community Choice FunctionMOSCOW – as a first in a series of major new initiatives, KICKICO, bringing DAO into the ICO landscape, is announcing the launch of Community Choice, an ambitious new function that will give the crypto community the ability to vet, rate, and filter the ICO space and to determine which ICOs are worth launching. The launch is aimed to facilitate better involvement and seamless interaction, including the 55,000 strong KICKICO community. By establishing the Community Choice vote, KICKICO is giving a voice to backers so that they have a more meaningful say about what campaigns should launch and grow. Meanwhile, this platform becomes more than just a launching pad: It is also an invaluable standard for weeding out dodgy ICOs.

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PR: Farewell, Retailers: How Ins Ecosystem Plans to Change the Consumer Goods Market

Ins Consumer Goods MarketThe global market for consumer goods is gaining speed: according to Persistence Market Research, this rapidly growing one will be worth $8.5 trillion by 2020. In three years, the online consumer goods market will be worth $300 billion.

However, a vast chasm separates producers and buyers. Retail is still operating under the same principles as it was ten or twenty years ago. The rules of the game are dictated by middlemen: wholesale and retail sellers. There are far fewer of them than suppliers and end consumers, but they are the ones who almost completely control the market.

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