Pledgecamp (PLG) Initial Coin Offering - ICO Details & Financial Information

ICO NamePledgecamp
SymbolPLG
Start DateFebruary 18, 2019
End DateMarch 19, 2019
CountryCayman Islands
PlatformEthereum
Ends
1 Month ago

The future embodiment of this solution will be a decentralized application (dApp) called Pledgecamp. Pledgecamp will be the first platform to offer Backer Insurance—a security mechanism that holds campaign funds in a smart contract governed by backer vote. This financial incentive holds creators accountable to their promised timelines and provides a basic security mechanism for backers.

@Pledgecamp @laudatosi19 @hackernoon Your project will introduce some much needed accountability in the crowdfunding ecosystem. I wish you guys all the best 😊

@dunalddock This would not happen in future when @Pledgecamp will be ready to host crowdfunding on their platform. As it is looking to bring accountability and transparency to the crowdfunding platform with features like kyc for creators and backer insurance and many more

Our partnership with @laudatosi19 made it to @hackernoon 🙌

@Pledgecamp's #crowdfunding feature securing the interests of sponsors has been reviewed by @aaboltaabol in his article "How Crowdfunding 2.0 Solves The Pope’s Vision of A Better World "

https://t.co/chnRiEinOg

According to FTC, iBackPack creator used much of the more than $800,000 raised via @Indiegogo and @kickstarter for personal use, including the purchasing of $BTC

@Pledgecamp is securing the future of #crowdfunding
with blockchain protected investments.

https://t.co/vSHTblApv8

@Cointelegraph This kind of thing is the reason why we urgently need @Pledgecamp to launch their platform, to bring transparency and accountability back to the #crowdfunding space.

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Price0.0100 USD Sale300,000,000 Payment ModeN/A
Minimum InvestmentN/A Distribution20% RaisedN/A
Soft CapN/A Hard CapN/A

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