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Do ICOs provide a better investment option for small investors than other options?
An ICO is a better investment option for small investors than other options.
It is easier to trade tokens obtained from an ICO, compared to selling an angel share in a startup that is pre-IPO.
Some ICOs have shown spectacular ROIs in short periods of time.
Small investors get access to investment opportunities that would otherwise not be available to them.
ICO investments can be kept private when using pseudo-anonymous tokens instead of fiat currencies to fund them.
Most ICOs do not have strings attached in the form of performance targets for the company issuing the tokens
Tax implications are unclear for holders of tokens
Unlike stocks, most tokens obtained from ICOs do not represent shares in a company, so the ICO token owner is not entitled to dividends
At the time of the ICO sale, the performance of the company in the ICO is yet unclear.
ICOs are less regulated than stocks and bonds.
The regulatory environment is unclear, making ICOs a more risky investment.
It is often unclear why the product of the company releasing the ICO requires their own token.
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