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Initial Coin Offering Track

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LEARN LEADING-EDGE CRYPTOCURRENCY MARKET TECHNOLOGY.

The Initial Coin Offering Track equips participants with the latest tools and techniques to enter into the Cryptocurrency market. ICO or Initial Coin Offering is the unregulated means by which a startup raises funds to start, develop, or complete its cryptocurrency or blockchain-based software projects while avoiding the difficulty and the rigorous and regulated processes to obtain funds through banks or venture capital investors.

Startups release tokens on a new cryptocurrency that investors expect to increase in value. Investors buy the tokens through existing digital currencies, usually Bitcoins or Ethers, or legal tender, expecting a high return on investment. For some of these investments, the main attraction is that once the project is developed, the value of the tokens will be backed by a real and useful product. This is usually a guarantee of a substantial return on investment.

Courses enable participants to apply Cryptocurrency technology to fund their development projects and understand risks including legal aspects, when to use an Initial Coin Offering, and how the cryptocurrency market operates.

The knowledge-based certifications in this track are Certified Initial Coin Offering Professional and Certified Initial Coin Offering Master.

This track is developed for: professionals, including software developers, who need to understand how to develop decentralized Blockchain applications for their business infrastructure.

MAJOR TRACK THEMES:

  • DEVELOPING SUITABLE INVESTOR PARTNERSHIPS.
  • LEGAL & ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS.

Certified Initial Coin Offering Professional (CICO) Training

Overview

A Certified Initial Coin Offering Professional knows how to develop an Initial Coin Offering, and is familiar with the process of using an ICO to raise funds for starting, developing, or completing a startup's cryptocurrency- or blockchain-based software projects.

Target Audience

The ideal CICO participant is familiar with raising capital, and has worked with at least one programming language. The candidate should have basic knowledge of Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.

Learning Objectives

  • What is an Initial Coin Offering (ICO)?
    • Traditional IPO Model.
    • How to do an Initial Coin Offering in the wrong way.
  • How to do a successful Initial Coin Offering (and not get sued)
    • Incorporation
  • Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Report and Action Plan
    • Terms and Conditions.
    • Securities Laws.
    • Commodities laws.
    • AML/KYC.
    • Money transmitter laws.
    • Equity crowdfunding vs. Crowdfunding laws.
    • Currency and Legal Tender.

Certified Initial Coin Offering Master (CICM) Training

Overview

A Certified Initial Coin Offering Master is a skilled professional with a deep understanding of how to develop an Initial Coin Offering, and is expert in the process of using an ICO to raise funds for starting, developing, or completing a startup's cryptocurrency- or blockchain-based software projects. Certified Initial Coin Offering Master is an exhaustive lab- and exam-based training program.

Target Audience

The ideal CICM participant is very familiar with raising capital, and has worked with at least one programming language. The candidate should have basic knowledge of Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, Ethereum etc.

Learning Objectives

  • What is an Initial Coin Offering (ICO)?
    • Traditional IPO Model.
    • How to do an Initial Coin Offering in the wrong way.
  • How to do a successful Initial Coin Offering (and not get sued)
    • Incorporation.
  • Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Report and Action Plan
    • Terms and Conditions.
    • Securities Laws.
    • Commodities laws.
    • AML/KYC.
    • Money transmitter laws.
    • Equity crowdfunding vs. Crowdfunding laws.
    • Currency and Legal Tender.
  • Use Cases: Payment Processors.
  • Use Cases: Software development.
  • Use Cases: Real Estate ventures.
  • Use Cases: Cryptocurrency mining ventures.