Intelligent Trading Tech uses the token symbol ITT. The token is an ERC-20 token.
The whitepaper for the technology can be found here: http://intelligenttrading.org/whitepaper.pdf.
The company’s token sale officially started on August 18, 2017, and lasted until September 17, 2017.
The first week of token sales, ITT collected $1.8MM of the $4.2MM hard cap, which was a whopping 43%.
The total supply of ITT is 11,500,000.00, or approximately $1,470,712.
< 5 ETH* +0%
5 ETH* – 50 ETH* +10%
>50 ETH* +20%
21,000,000 ITT tokens were created. 75% of tokens were made available for crowdfunding participants/traded on exchanges.
15% of tokens were made available for user rewards. 10% of tokens were made available for original contributions, subject to a 12 month holding period.
Here’s an overview of the project.Read More
So you’ve decided to invest in a cryptocurrency.
But you’re confused about which one to invest in. There are so many out there!
You’ve heard success stories from other investors, and you’ve seen how successful cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are by themselves.
But the step from learning knowledge to actually taking the plunge and investing can be tricky, if not downright terrifying.
Most investors don’t even understand how cryptocurrencies work or even which one is best for their uses.
But don’t worry.
In this article, you’ll learn everything you need to know about cryptocurrencies, how they work, and the best ones to invest in for serious returns.
We’ll also cover the risks involved, and how you can avoid those risks to protect your investment while making 5x or 10x what you put in.
Let’s get started!Read More
Prices for Bitcoin, Ethereum, and Litecoin are on the rise, and there are tons of cryptocurrency newbies looking to invest.
This has lead to a wave of new companies that allow users to buy and sell cryptocurrencies using their exchanges.
We’re going to find out what the pros and cons are of Coinbase in this review. But first, here’s a brief overview of the company.Read More
Bitcoin has seen huge increases in value. So have altcoins like Dash, Litecoin, and Ethereum.
As values rise, many people are becoming the victim of cryptocurrency hacks. More and more people are asking: “How can I protect my coins?”
Since cryptocurrencies are decentralized, the middleman is gone. You serve as your own bank.
However, with great power comes great responsibility. You are responsible for protecting your coins. And if you aren’t careful, you could find yourself with a completely empty wallet.
Here’s how you can keep your coins safe from hackers.
But first, we need to go over all of the ways that coins can be stolen in the first place.Read More
Have you heard that it’s difficult to get Bitcoin unless you mine it?
If you think it’s impossible to get Bitcoin without rigging your PC to do massive computations, you’re in for a surprise.
In 2018, it is now possible to purchase Bitcoin directly. From credit cards to bank transfers, from cash to PayPal – there is no shortage of payment methods for buying. But each method will have its associated inconveniences and strengths.
You need to consider speed to deposit, commissions, ease-of-use, degree of anonymity, fungibility, proximity, and security when choosing a deposit method.
Here is a summary table of the advantages/disadvantages for each payment method:
|Credit Card||High||Bad||Very fast||Easy|
|Bank Transfer||Very low||Bad||Slow||Easy/Medium|
|Work for it||No fees||Good||Slow||Hard|
You can also find out which of the top Bitcoin exchanges works with your preferred payment method.
With that said, let’s take a deeper dive into each payment method.Read More
Most people are skeptical of cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency technology for a large number of reasons.
If you don’t know a whole lot about digital currency, it can be pretty intimidating. Especially since it doesn’t seem to be backed by anything.
First off, cryptocurrencies aren’t backed by any kind of central banking system. Because of this, many people question their intrinsic value.
But most people don’t know that the fact that most digital coins aren’t backed by a central banking system is actually what gives them most of their value.
It makes them different from traditional forms of money.
The decentralization of cryptocurrencies means that the possibilities for their use and value are truly limitless where centralized fiat currencies face regulation.
But what is the true value of cryptocurrency technology, simply put? Find out with this breakdown that any regular joe can understand.
First things first: what exactly are cryptocurrencies, anyway?Read More
Recently, many skeptics of cryptocurrencies have began to view Bitcoin and other altcoins as a serious investment.
However, some critics are still warning people against digital currency, calling Bitcoin “the most dangerous global scam in 20 years.”
They believe that cryptocurrencies aren’t worth all the hype.
They think that the price of Bitcoin is going to crash hard…and that when it does, investors who backed it will have already cashed out safely.
This belief stems largely from the fact that Bitcoin isn’t directly backed by any kind of government or bank.
But does that mean that Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are an unsafe investment? Or is decentralization what makes cryptocurrency so great?
Are Bitcoin, Ethereum, and other Cryptocurrencies just a bubble waiting to burst?
In this article, we’re going to find out.Read More
It takes a lot for some people to admit when they are wrong.
No one is right all the time. I know that I’m not. Even Warren Buffett can humbly admit when he is wrong.
The outspoken critic of cryptocurrency, Warren Buffett, in fact, does invest in cryptocurrency and has for sometime indirectly through his Berkshire Hathaway holdings. That said, it does not mean that we can expect to hear him eating crow on crypto anytime soon.
The recent acquisition by Poloniex by the Circle only adds to a growing portfolio of investments inside of Berkshire Hathaway from their portfolio investments. Hopefully, as those cryptocurrency assets grow, we might have the “Oracle of Omaha” admitting he was wrong about crypto from the beginning.
Last year, Buffett described his regret for missing out on Google and Amazon during an interview on CNBC’s Squawk Box in 2017. Even oracles can be wrong sometimes and admit it. Warren Buffett’s majority holdings are in banks and other financial service companies.
Banks get crypto. Buffett does not — at least not yet. Maybe Warren Buffett will subscribe to CryptoChill, and I can help him out too on the journey of discovery around cryptocurrencies for his investment portfolio. I’ll show you how the recent acquisition by cryptocurrency startup the Circle of growing digital token exchange Poloniex is good for crypto and even bitcoin and digital currency naysayers like the Oracle of Omaha, Warren Buffett.
You’ve probably heard the rage about initial coin offerings, or ICOs.
But are they worth the hype?
Some experts claim that you can make a fortune with these investments, but others say it’s a bubble that will burst at any moment, robbing the fortune of anyone who invests.
Who’s right? And is there a way to make money with this new kind of funding?
The answer is yes, there is a lot of money to be had. But you must play it carefully. In this article, you’ll learn how to inspect ICOs before buying, and the three pitfalls you must avoid.
This strategy will ensure you maximize your returns, while minimizing the risk involved in investing.
But first, why do we need other currencies anyways?
So you’re thinking about investing money in cryptocurrency.
You’ve seen the headlines, your friends’ Facebook posts and celebrities promoting token sales, known as Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs), essentially a crowdfunding alternative (think IPO meets Kickstarter) to traditional venture capital fund raising that rewards early investors.
Media coverage is increasing at a rapid rate and your Uber driver is talking about the next big thing in crypto. All of a sudden everyone wants in.