Fund Raising for Your Startup
Using the blockchain and smart contracts, investors and startups can have reliable transactions to fund the company.
An initial coin offering (ICO) is the cryptocurrency industry’s equivalent to an initial public offering (IPO). A company looking to raise money to create a new coin, app, or service launches an ICO as a way to raise funds.
Interested investors can buy into the offering and receive a new cryptocurrency token issued by the company. This token may have some utility in using the product or service the company is offering, or it may just represent a stake in the company or project.
Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs)
Initial Coin Offerings (ICO) are a set of contracts for managing a token crowdsale, allowing investors to purchase tokens with ether.
Some validation methods are:
Allows to stop (pause) the token sale at any moment.
Hard capped ICOs
Will stop only if a hard cap is reached. A “Hard cap” is a maximum limit for total contributions.
Your ICO will start and finish at given dates.
Pausable Initial Coin Offering
A simple Initial Coin Offering that can receive contributions in Ether.
Contributors automatically receive an amount of tokens in return.
Supporters can send contributions in Ether directly to your Contract Address, or
Supporters can use your ICO page to contribute using Metamask.
Funds are automatically sent to your Ether wallet for every contribution
Tokens are distributed to supporters automatically at a given rate.
Advanced ERC-20 Token emission
Your token will be a Chocolate ERC-20 Advanced Token
New tokens are minted on every contribution.Ability to pause/unpause the ICO.