ICO Funding Levels Collapse, Investors Blame Dry Spell On Crypto Regulation

As 2017’s crypto bull market swung around, blockchain projects began to search for alternative modes of funding to capitalize on the influx and widespread arrival of interest, press, and free-flowing capital. For many blockchain- crypto-focused startups, venture capitalists weren’t an option, as these mediums of funding were often exclusive to only the crème de la crème, to…

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UK growth slows to weakest since 2012, weather only partly to blame

Britain’s economy grew at its weakest pace since the fourth quarter of 2012, expanding by just 0.1 percent in Q1 2018, at the bottom end of economists’ forecasts in a Reuters poll and well below the BoE’s prediction of a drop to 0.3 percent. The slowdown from modest growth of 0.4 percent in the fourth…

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