Astronaut’s ICO management platform collects $1m


ICO management platform Astronaut has landed over $1m in less than 24 hours after announcing its pre-sale last week.  

Astronaut is a cryptocurrencies product that allows users to put cryptocurrency and ICO investing on autopilot.

The company’s token, Astro is backed by Etheruem, with blockchain provider Ambisafe facilitating the sale.

Astronaut’s investors will receive quarterly performance distributions, portfolio tracking and analytics tools, as well as the tradeable ASTRO token, which is a ‘gateway to a managed portfolio of analyst-recommended ICOs and new market opportunities’.

With backing from Picolo Research, the company said it will provide ongoing coverage, detailed analysis, and full reports in order to advise all token holders of the merits and anticipated returns of each investment.

Matthew Dibb, founder and CEO, “We are giving our community unrivalled access to verified and researched opportunities every month.

“By taking the guesswork out of crypto investment, we have addressed the 3 key problems that investors face today: trust, accessibility and efficiency – and given our subscribers one convenient token, Astro (ASTRO), that gives them exposure to the entire ecosystem.”

So far, this month Ethereum-based decentralised application developer ConsenSys reportedly landed $40m in its ICO pre-sale, while Blockchain bank Bankera also raised around €25m in its pre-ICO round.

Blockchain data storage network Filecoin also recently completed its ICO, raising more than $257m. 

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