Explain all kinds of invest: IDO, ICO, IEO, IEO, IGO, INO

What is IDO, ICO, IEO, IEO, IGO, INO? The same; The differences.


IDO (Initial DEX Offering) is the way a cryptocurrency project raises funds through a DEX (Decentralized Exchange). The project will sell its token to IDO investors before TGE (Token Generation Event) in exchange for initial capital to bootstrap the product.


ICO (initial coin offering) is a type of funding using cryptocurrencies. It is often a form of crowdfunding, although a private ICO which does not seek public investment is also possible.


IEO (initial coin offering) is a token sale supervised by a cryptocurrency exchange. IEOs are available exclusively to the exchange’s users. Just like ICOs, IEOs allow investors to get new cryptocurrencies (or tokens) while raising…


DAO (Decentralized autonomous organization) is an organization constructed by rules encoded as a computer program that is often transparent.


IGO (an intergovernmental organization) refers to an entity created by treaty, involving two or more nations, to work in good faith, on issues of common interest. In the absence of a treaty, an IGO does not exist in the legal sense.


INO (Initial NFT Offering) is a new cryptocurrency crowdfunding innovation — based on the concept of Initial Coin Offering (ICO) — that involves offering a set of limited edition NFTs for sale via the Only1 INO Launchpad. As the NFT market matures, INO rises as a solution to incentivize and reward investors and the communities.



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