Filecoin raised $ 52 million before the start of the ICO
San Francisco-based startup Protocol Labs held a presale, during which it sold $ 52 million tokens even before the launch of the ICO, which is scheduled for next week..
Prominent participants in the presale include Filecoin Union Square Ventures and Sequoia Capital, a startup spokesman said. The Wall Street Journal released a pre-sale note, and reporter Yulia Chernova tweeted that the investors also included Winklevoss Capital, Digital Currency Group and Y Combinator.
So far, the startup has not responded to a request for additional information regarding the presale.
Filecoin is a specialized network that is a blockchain data store with its own built-in cryptocurrency. The idea is that users can sell their surplus hard drives in exchange for Filecoin..
An ICO will take place next week, and only accredited investors will be able to access it. For the ICO, a special platform called CoinList will be used, which was developed by Protocol Labs and the platform for investing in startups AngelList. The platform was created to conduct ICOs that comply with legal regulations. It includes a mechanism for issuing new tokens called Simple Agreement for Future Tokens or SAFT.
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