Grab some insights from Tony Ling on how to raise funds on Chinese market
Tony Ling, a co-founder of BitBlock Capital, has signed a lawn on the board of the Fiat Capital. For ICOs on the Asian market. Here's a short bottomline:
Asian investors are not interested in projects.
Roadshow in Asia is a way to go and see how the buy-our-tokens sessions take place.
It is a team and a consultant.
Try for a hybrid shek of security / utility tokens
Chinese investors can be taken, so think real. Will grow on the secondary market. You can take a look at the detailed information on the market.
Invest time and money management.
Consider visiting at least a couple of local events.
Find a lead investor - Tony himself is an example of one.
Millions of solo investors in Asia. Make sure you have a user-friendly interface. Asian investors are not likely to start up advertisements.
Tony Ling is now a partner of Priority Token, and our projects will be among the first ones to be presented to the investors community leaded by Tony.
We’ve also arranged new roadshows and settled on enhancement of PR activities for our clients.
We were proud to hear from Tony that he has never seen such a splendid technical solution in the field of rewarding tokens on investor’s dashboard.
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