January 30, 2023

Four ICOs to Watch Out for in November 2018

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Ever since the first ICO came out in 2014, numerous ICOs have been coming out every month. And just like the many emerging startups and blockchains, only a few make it to the cut of the ICO Hot List.

Here are the ten ICOs that you have to watch out for this November 2018.

Four ICOs to Watch Out for in November 2018

Mt. Pelerin

Just like its name, Mt. Pelerin seeks to scale the cryptocurrency heights by creating the first “fully regulated and compliant bank on blockchain”. Using an open and modular platform, the Swiss-based company seeks to use smart contracts in all types of financial asset and investment transactions. They also seek to reduce the costs of banking by democratizing and automating the transaction processes. Founder and CEO Arnaud Solomon claims that they can fully liquidate their clients’ assets should they all want to withdraw at the same time.

The ICO started last October 30, 2018, and will end on December 15, 2018. They accept not only Ethereum and Bitcoin, but also Euros, US Dollars, British Pound, and Swiss Francs.

Stem Cell Innovations (SCIA)

Blockchain technology is changing healthcare by empowering more people – and tokenizing this process, allowing them to earn from their new knowledge. One of these companies is SCIA, or Stem Cell Innovations (SCIA).

The company seeks to expand access to “stem cell research, development, and treatments around the world” through a blockchain. Their target markets include health practitioners, clinics, medical labs, hospitals, and nonprofits.

As of writing, the company is pre-selling its SCIA tokens, which are ERC20 type tokens. They accept Ethereum, Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Fiat. Selling begins on November 21, 2018, and will end on January 17, 2019.


Another white-hot ICO on the Hot List is AERUM. The aim of AERUM is to solve the cost and efficiency problems that beset blockchain technology today. Through its platform, users can create decentralized apps (dApps) on Ethereum, from microloans, social networks, to mobile payment systems, to games. This allows social media content creators, professional gamers, and microloan lenders to transact in just five seconds.

Their token, the XRM, is an Ethereum-based Utility Token. They accept Ethereum and Bitcoins. The AERUM ICO started on October 15, 2018 and will end on February 1, 2019.


We live in politically-turbulent times. More and more countries are being divided based on conservatism and progressive beliefs. Agora seeks to ease things a bit by introducing a revolutionary voting system. The company aims to make voting completely transparent, tamper-proof and enticing.

Agora will use blockchain technology to make the voting process transparent and free from tampering from any third party. Voters’ identities and choices remain completely private and inaccessible to outsiders. By modernizing and incentivizing the voting process, more people will find it encouraging to participate in elections. It also helps governments reduce election-related costs.

Their token, VOTE, is an ERC-20 token. Right now, the token only sells in the United States.  The ICO began last October 1, 2018. No end date has been given by its team, headed by Leonardo Gammar, Boris Kaplounovski, and Khadija Masri.




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