It’s unpopular to say this in some sectors, but it can be brilliant to invest in altcoins. If you’d bought up a ton of Binance Coin when it was first offered, for example, you’d have made your investment back plus many hundreds of percent by now. This can be the same for upcoming IEOs as it was during the ICO boom. Functionally, the only difference is the backing of the exchanges themselves, which implicates them as much as it credits them.
IEO: ICO WITH PERKS?
The initial exchange offering brings a benefit that previous ICO waves didn’t have: traders will know what the first exchange to list a given asset is going to be. Other exchanges will be able to support IEO tokens relatively fast – once they’re live – but those doing the listing will be setting the basement market price. From here, other prices will emerge; whether higher or lower, the first exchange will make the bulk of the initial trading fees on the new tokens.