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CRYPTONOMICS is a fast-growing startup, which stands out with its unique range of investment products that has no analogues on cryptocurrencies and ICO's market. We have developed a unique and completely new investment scheme allowing you to maximize return on investments and minimize your risks. In just 5 months our startup attracted more than 15,000 investors from all around the world and showed rapid growth supporting us to become the Leader on the market soon.

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Main criteria of projects' evaluation

Not more than 5% of the projects, which we receive for consideration, will be selected
  • Operating business model
  • The role of the blockchain in the project
  • Market prospects and characteristics
  • Economic model analysis
  • Project's technical parameters
  • Competitive advantages and disadvantages
  • Token development model
  • Cybersecurity
  • Justification of expenditures
  • Scalability
  • Cryptocurrency growth potential
  • Target audience of the project
  • Organizational structure, team and competencies
  • Incentives for the team and investors


We have built the team of professionals from various fields united by their interest to blockchain entrepreneurship and technological startups.
  • Nikolay

    Strategic adviser
  • Alexander

    Head of sales
  • Yury

  • Denis

    Executive Director


What is cryptocurrency?

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency protected by cryptographic technology, i.e. data encryption. There is no physical analogue to these monetary units, they exist only in virtual space. Its main features are anonymity, decentralization and security. Within the system, cryptocurencies are circulated directly, without third parties' interventions. Every participant is absolutely equal. None of participants has any privileges regardless of his/her social or financial status. At the core of these virtual money is a decentralized open database - blockchain.

When was the cryptocurrency created?

2009 is the official year of cryptocurrency's creation, when Bitcoin's network started to operate. Satoshi Nakamoto, a mythologized character or even a group of people, is believed to be "the father" of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The first Bitcoin protocol was released on behalf of this person. The first Bitcoin network transaction was also performed by him/them.

Why do we need cryptocurrencies?

To store money.

The blockchain technology is unbreakable due to the fact that all transactions are irreversible and use private keys. Your cryptocurrency will be always secure if you do not share your private key with anyone else.

To do payments.

There are not just transactions, but anonymous, fast and direct. Transactions between private individuals as well as internet transaction buying goods or services without involvement of banks and third parties.

To make investments.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are considered as investment assets due to their volatility and increasing popularity. Cryptocurrency is suitable for both short-term trading on an stock exchange and long-term investments due to its growth.

To run business.

A number companies and services that use cryptocurrencies is growing. Cryptocurrency startups, which are raising funds through an ICO, became familiar and if you have a business idea related to blockchain or virtual currency, you may initiate a fundraising campaign through an ICO.

What is an ICO? What is the difference between an ICO and an IPO?

The ICO stands for 'Initial Coin Offering', which is an initial placement of coins (tokens). During an ICO a project team sells digital tokens among investors in exchange for cryptocurrencies or fiat money. In contrast to IPO currency buyers do not receive company shares and could not influence internal managerial decisions. ICO is a type of the crowdfunding model (that is why the term 'crowdsale' is frequently used instead of 'ICO'), when participants fund company development today in order to get benefits in future. For example, they can use it as an internal currency on a project platform or trade on stock exchanges.

Why do projects do an ICO?

A project attracts funds necessary for its launch or development by issuing their own coins (tokens) and exchanging them for popular cryptocurrency (for example, Bitcoin, Ethereum, etc.) or for fiat currencies (dollars or euros). Usually, an ICO is conducted in early stages of a project before a full infrastructure creation. Funds raised through an ICO are used to finance a final stage of development, marketing, or special development funds to support projects in the long term. In addition, development of a project can be accelerated by releasing currency for it (just as the money introduction boosted trade turnover in ancient times) and automatically solve a question of future monetization.

What attracts investors to ICOs?

Investors can benefit from reselling tokens bought during ICOs at a higher price in future (for example, Ethereum tokens costed less than one cent during ICOs in summer 2014 and grew to $722 in 2017). Alternatively, investors may use tokens for directly to receive services offered by a project at a lower price.

What is necessary to consider before participating in an ICO?

Nick Tomino, a cryptocurrency enthusiast and Head of Runa Capital office in San Francisco, believes that a good project must:

1. Prove a valid foundation for release of own cryptocurrency and fundraising though an ICO to potential investors.

2. Disclose plans on project development and maintain an open dialogue with potential investors.

3. Implement a test version of own protocol before an ICO.

4. Allow direct currency "mining" to engage new users and provide a network with resources required for processing transactions.

5. Launch an ICO having clear understanding of which amount must be raised.

6. Founders should own from 10% to 50% of all tokens and should not exchange them during the first three years of operations.


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