In the below ICO list you'll find the top picks for ended ICOs - you'll be glad to be whitelisted on these.
Ended: Nov 11, 2017
Matching Engine which can process several million transactions per second Fiat Management: a network of relationships with banks over the past three years across the United States, Europe, Japan, Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, Indonesia, and more. Smart Order Routing that provides low latency, real-time feeds for major exchanges worldwide, and automatic order routing to check for matches across these exchanges. Credit Facilities: Liquid Platform will extend crypto/fiat credit facilities to customers, allowing them to leverage their existing balances for enhanced trading opportunities.
Ended: Jul 07, 2017
Tezos’s seed protocol is based on a proof-of-stake system and supports Turing smart contracts. Tezos is implemented in OCaml, a functional programming language offering speed, an unambiguous syntax and semantic, and an ecosystem making Tezos a candidate for formal proofs of correctness. One of the Tezos’s feature is its ability to implement protocol capable of self-amendment. This is achieved by exposing two procedures functions to the protocol: set_test_protocol and promote_test_protocol. Tezos supports meta upgrades: the protocols can evolve by amending their own code. To achieve this, Tezos begins with a seed protocol defining a procedure for stakeholders to approve amendments to the protocol, including amendments to the voting procedure itself. Tezos’s proof-of-stake mechanism is a mix of several ideas, including Slasher, chain-of-activity, and proof-of-burn. The Tezos’s operations of a regular blockchain are implemented as a functional module abstracted into a shell responsible for network operations.
Ended: Aug 08, 2017
The market runs on a blockchain with a native protocol token Filecoin, which miners earn by providing storage to clients. Filecoin miners compete to mine blocks with sizable rewards, but Filecoin mining power is proportional to active storage, which directly provides a useful service to clients. Filecoin works as an incentive layer on top of IPFS, which can provide storage infrastructure for any data. The Filecoin protocol builds upon Decentralized Storage Network (DSN), Novel Proofs-of-Storage, Proof-of-Work. The Filecoin DSN handles storage and retrieval requests respectively via two verifiable markets: The Storage Market and the Retrieval Market. Filecoin clients and miners set the prices for the services requested and offered and submit their orders to the markets. The Filecoin protocol employs Proof-of-Spacetime to audit the storage offered by miners. Filecoin Miners’ storage is divided in sectors; each sector contains pieces assigned to the miner. The Network keeps track of each Storage Miners’ sector via the allocation table. The Filecoin Retrieval Market allows clients to request retrieval of a specific piece and Retrieval Miners to serve it. Any user in the network can become a Retrieval Miner by serving pieces in exchange for Filecoin tokens.
Ended: Jan 01, 1970
The Neuroseed Platform unites Big Data Suppliers, Computing Power Suppliers, Storage Suppliers, ML models developers, validators with domain expertise, distributors and customers. Using micropayment technology allows keeping transaction costs down for the Neuroseed platform internal payments. Customers get access via API to the validated clusters of domain-related ML models for diverse fields and different tasks. The extensive functionality of the platform provides an opportunity for customers fast creating the PoC at the low price. Data and ML models hash is stored with authorship metadata in blockchain ledger.
Ended: Jan 01, 2019
Thanks to the blockchain technology and algorithms based on the 4 fundamental rules of the system (meritocracy, democracy, fairness and respect) ATPC uses a commercial platform with the fundamental idea of combining innovative solutions of the modern banking market with the crypto currencies. The blocks have been extended and the ATPC protocol is able to include in the blockchain any type of data, for example: numerical values (for the creation of a ledger), tree data (for the management of structured data), collections (data matrices), procedures and logical structures (algorithms), documents, images and photos, the latter can as well as all other types of data be authenticated both by the node that takes charge of the data and externally by the data owner (intellectual property, copyright). The ATPC platform ecosystem allows users to create smart, highly efficient contracts for all the economic areas known to date.
Ended: Feb 02, 2019
GOLD.IO is a Decentralized Autonomous Exchange (DEX) based on EOSIO. As a Decentralized Autonomous Community (DAC), GOLD.IO’s open democracy is achieved through complete on-chain governance. The decentralized exchange structure eliminates all middlemen and lets the Community be the only custodian for all of their gold investments. The Community holds the power to vote for the development of any number OF multi-purpose sidechains and realize the GOLD.IO “infinite scalablity” feature. GOLD.IO will be an exchange where digital assets related exclusively to GOLD.IO are listed.
Ended: Jan 01, 2019
Crypt-ON is aimed at a wide range of users—from beginner crypto-enthusiasts and freelancers to investors and managers of blockchain projects. This is a place where people meet, make deals, get loans for their projects, exchange digital assets for money, and look for work or performers for their tasks, all by using cryptocurrency for payments. The Crypt-ON platform provides users with access to 4 services: service to assist in secure trades through an independent arbitrator (escrow), service to assist in finding and obtaining loans (P2P lending), service to assist in finding employment/specialists (crypto-freelance job exchange), service to assist platform members in P2P cryptocurrency exchange without mediators.