With the number of ICOs falling by 70 percent in the past year, the conversation that continues to come up is just how much commitment there is from Tokyo, San Francisco and Zug in the blockchain world. Looking at some articles across the net we see that one appeared in Bitcoin Magazine that cites a report released by the blockchain research group Diar that shows almost $3.9 billion in investments was raised in the first 3 quarters of 2018. This number would be a 280 percent increase from what was raised in 2017. Also, according to this article there were twice as many deals in VC….so Venture Capital is busy.
According to this article the average size of crypto and blockchain investments for 2018 is over 1 million dollars higher than it was the previous year. However, the ICO market is approaching new lows, but doesn`t this make sense.
We at Classiarius believe that there will be a slow but steady increase of trust and support in crypto and blockchain markets as history dictates how many investors behave. Look at the history of the internet, the 1993 to 1995 period when many people were new to this world and of course faced challenges while investing. This is true as the next generation of investors start to embrace crypto and blockchain investments – markets mature, people stick with useful technologies. This is just our viewpoint here at Classiarius.
This article was sourced in Bitcoin Magazine, in an article originating with Jimmy Aki.