The Rise of Small Coins and ICOs

The Oxford Club based in Baltimore, Maryland has been around since 1989. It is a global network of entrepreneurs and investors who receive services such as monthly newsletters and news about investment opportunities all around the globe. There are members of one hundred countries amounting to more than 80, 000 people.

The purpose of The Oxford Club is to provide its embers and readers with useful recommendations that cover bonds, funds, equities, options, collectibles, real estate, as well as currencies and precious metals. Another advantage of The Oxford Club is the chance to make lasting connections with fellow members and meet other investors and entrepreneurs.

The Oxford Club educates people about investments such as real estate cryptocurrencies, and others through the educational arm which articles are available on its website Investment U. The website is full of insight on all things related to the investment business.

One of the most covered topics is cryptocurrencies. The most popular one has been Bitcoin, but since the code is open-source, anyone can use it and create their own version of it. That has allowed other developers to do exactly that. Those are referred to as smaller coins, but despite the adjective pertaining to them, such cryptocurrencies have a lot of potentials. It is possible that smaller coins will yield a higher return rate as the market for them is far less saturated than one of the massive cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin.

Smaller coins gain popularity and become familiar to online traders through ICOs which stands for initial coin offerings. The initial coin of a new cryptocurrency is essentially being offered for sale, and that helps kickstart the trading. Doing initial coin offerings is a rather new concept, but it has proven to be highly efficient.

Such novelties have started attracting the attention of many investors who have started dabbling in smaller coins and ICOs in order to explore some new uncharted territory. Most of the time the new cryptocurrency would use Ethereum to do ICOs. The Ethereum network is the one documenting all of the transactions in those cases. Still, ICOs are not yet fully developed.

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