Source: CoinList @ medium.com
This is pretty cool. I have to admit that I want CoinList to succeed. Partly because I think they represent the “sensible” side of blockchain. They treat the law as something which should be worked within, rather than circumvented. They also do a lot of due diligence. I believe that if an ICO is offered on their platform, it is at least legitimate (i.e. not an outright fraud). That’s not say it isn’t still spectacularly risky, but that’s a different matter all together.
The other part of why I want them to succeed is because it was through them that I invested in FileCoin1. Which is, to date, the only money I’ve ever put into anything crypto or blockchain related. Obviously I don’t want that (or my conduit to it) to fail.
- Time will tell whether “invested” is actually the right word there… ↩