Hi @Consultant thanks that is very helpful. Smith & Crown seem to be in a similar space to ICO Rating and that is very valuable. Looking at the ICOs they list, a lot don’t raise any or very little. Which is a good thing. Quality will pay off. Would be interesting to look at best practices of the successful ones (say raised over $1m).
BTW, your contributions would be given more weight if you can show your identity. Its up to you and I understand if you want to remain anonymous, but if you make great contributions (you do) why not get some recognition for that?
I do think that Govt Regs (what we normally call Regulation) can coexist with Self Regulatory Code of Conduct. Some Issuers will choose which to go for and Investors will make decisions based on what they trust. I can totally understand if some investors say “has to be SEC approved or I won’t touch it” but other investors want to look a fundamentals and adhering to a Code of Conduct will be one of those fundamentals and they may decide that they don’t care about Govt Regulatory stamp of approval