SIVSL to lead Venture Capitals in ICO trend.

CHICAGO, USA, April 16, 2018 / — If you’ve been following cryptocurrency headlines, you probably know that 2017 was a good year for Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs). But what you may not know is that the 752 ICOs launched over the past year, having raised more than $5 billion. This surpassed the early-stage funding raised by venture capital for the first time in history.

With 57 percent of large corporations such as Microsoft and others starting to embrace the blockchain, and mainstream companies like Aptoide and Kik entering the ICO space, this momentum is only expected to continue into 2018.

Notably, no one seemed to think that the overall investment in tokens will shrink in 2018. Although, it appears the size of rounds may vary more. Both major deals and smaller, faster rounds are happening now.
Many investors predict rounds will rather be broken up, into more complex deals, structured more like traditional venture capital.

Venture capitalists took notice of ICOs in 2017, investing in large numbers and seeing massive ROI. This begs a crucial question: are ICOs going to replace traditional IPOs? There’s no clear answer at this point, but one thing is clear: 2018 will prove that VC interest is more than a trend.

This is where Structured Investment Solutions(SIVSL) comes in. SIVSL is an investment company which helps investors manage their interests and portfoilios in digital currencies investment. Started in 2006, SIVSL is a leading company when it comes to fund managements and alternative investments, currently managing assets totalling 22 billion usd.

With offices across five continents, SIVSL is able to get latest information on any investments at the fastest time anywhere in the world. This allows them to stay one step and reap higher profits compared the other competitors.

Several large firms have added cryptocurrency to their asset class mix, and VC startup investors like Andreesen Horowitz are also actively investing in ICOs. As more classical investors join the ICO pool and support blockchain companies, 2018 could shape up to become another record-breaking year for token sales.

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Source: EIN Presswire