Business Services ICO startups List

Grow With InToken
Rate: 9 .5
start | 7 Aug, 2018
end | 6 Aug, 2018
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Introducing the Proof-of-achievement system
Rate: 9 .3
start | 20 Oct, 2019
end | 20 Dec, 2019
Diagnosis of Cars on the Blockchain
Rate: 9 .3
start | 1 Sep, 2018
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Register Items & Documents in the Blockchain
Rate: 9 .3
start | 1 Jun, 2018
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Access money anytime, anywhere, and anyplace.
Rate: 9 .2
start | 1 Jul, 2019
end | 31 Dec, 2019
Crypto Bank Custom Coin
Rate: 9 .0
start | 12 Oct, 2018
end | 12 Nov, 2018
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Blockchain Ecosystem
Rate: 8 .9
start | 7 Oct, 2019
end | 27 Oct, 2019
Move Your Business Activities Story and Operations on Relatefacts
Rate: 8 .6
start | 14 Sep, 2019
end | 31 May, 2020
World's first GPS powered blockchain
Rate: 7 .3
start | 15 Sep, 2018
end | 22 Feb, 2018
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The Financial World Without Bank Fees
Rate: 7 .0
start | 14 Sep, 2018
Cyber Security Ecosystem
Rate: 6 .4
start | 1 Oct, 2018
end | 30 Dec, 2018
Global Listing Exchange
Rate: 5 .8
start | 15 Jan, 2018
end | 14 Jan, 2018
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Walleteum Every Where
Rate: 5 .5
start | 13 Jul, 2019
end | 13 Oct, 2019
A Compact Peer-to-peer Trading Platform
Rate: 5 .2
start | 20 Sep, 2019
end | 10 Oct, 2019
Seed of World (SOW) Token
Rate: 5 .0
start | 30 Sep, 2019
end | 15 Dec, 2019

As cryptocurrencies continue to rise in popularity, both investors and digital platforms are seeing the advantage of utilizing the blockchain as an enterprise service. More and more companies are looking to the blockchain as a solution for offering nascent technology without taking on new infrastructure. This is advantageous for business services ICOs who do not want to take on the cost or the risk of deploying an entirely new system, as the blockchain is accessible, secure, and new. To put this in perspective, many companies that have business services are taking up the blockchain as a new way to deliver said services. A few examples of these include Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and FinTech firms like Corda. Beyond this, there are plenty of business services ICO options that are popping up, hoping to bring new kinds of business services to consumers through the blockchain. Some of these serve the purpose of creating eCommerce platforms, while others look at making trading platforms and fundraising ecosystems. These types of services can help startups and investors, while others help cryptocurrency based companies, and some even look at helping the end customer. Some examples of current active business services ICOs include DAOX, a fundraising ecosystem, Xriba, an accounting protocol developed to help address the ambiguity and transparency of cryptocurrency companies, and EkkBaz a next-generation business to business mobile application that is powered by the blockchain through social technology and artificial intelligence.

Our business services ICO catalog will provide you with all of the information you will need to get a basic understanding about each initial coin offering project. All business services ICOs will be presented as either upcoming projects or active projects. You can see if a project has ended by looking at the ended category as well. Information you can find by clicking on each project includes aspects like the token amount, token type, and blockchain platform. You can visit the project’s website, see their team portfolio, and view which milestones they have completed or are on their way to accomplishing. Finally, each business ICO will have an in-depth description about what it is and what its aim is.

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