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Are ICOs a Viable New Asset Class for Venture Capital?

As part of my final MBA project at IE Business School, Albert Ishak, Diane Freymond, Ross Strachan, and I worked on an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) study. We collected all publicly available data on completed and failed ICOs, reviewed white papers, researched the market, and analyzed and extracted insights.

The aim of our 50+ page report was to answer the question posed by our client, K Fund:

Are ICOs a Viable New Asset Class for Venture Capital?

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About Author: Lolita Taub is a TEDx speaker and keynote, a World Economic Forum Global Shaper, an artificial intelligence enthusiast, and an enterprise tech professional and investor at Portfolia. She holds 9 years of enterprise B2B software-hardware-and-services sales experience at IBM, Cisco Systems, and in Silicon Valley. Lolita has been recognized for her work on Forbes, Inc.com, The Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, and Los Angeles Times, among other publications.

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