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WHY Benjamin Token

Benjamin Token is an investment tool and a start-up project named “Only YOU”. “Only YOU” is a renting project which provides some opportunities to reach people all over the world and from all over the world, our counselors are using the “Only YOU” project. Everyone can download this project as an app to their mobile devices and can use this project on their mobile devices after downloading process. A lot of requests, which are made by the project’s app, are shown on our counselor’s screen. All rentings are made with “Only YOU”. People can rent whatever they need, like a car, helicopter, private jet, yacht, realty, etc. Also, the rental process is made with agreements that are on a digital system. After signing the agreement, Benjamin Token's transfer is made in seconds. Benjamin Token can be purchased on the stock market and can be transferred to the “Only YOU” system.

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Benjamin Token Company Structer

Road Map

  • 2022
  • 2023
  • 2024
  • Agust 2022

    Started of writing the white paper

    October 2022

    Publication of Benjamin Token.

    November 2022

    Start of the ICO Token Platform.

    December 2022

    Listing of Benjamin Token on the exchange.

  • January 2023

    Partnership for the future EcoSystem

    February 2023

    Priority opening for Token holder

    March 2023

    Start Token Sale Round (2)

    April 2023

    Update whitepaper

  • January 2024


Frequently Asked Question

How do you know when new coins are launched?

Many exchanges, websites, and aggregators list new coins. Some examples are Coinbase, Gemini, Kraken, CoinGecko, and CoinMarketCap. You can also find new coins announced on social media platforms such as Twitter.

Is an initial coin offering (ICO) legal?

Initial coin offerings (ICOs) are legal. However, the ICO is illegal if the project and coin don’t pass the Howey Test used by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to determine if an offering is an investment instrument.

What is an ICO used for?

Creating a blockchain and cryptocurrency is a costly endeavor. Developers must pay for legal counsel, programmers, facilities, and other expenses. An ICO is intended to raise funds to pay for the costs incurred during a blockchain’s or coin’s development.
Investing in cryptocurrencies and other initial coin offerings (ICOs) is highly risky and speculative, and this article is not a recommendation by Investopedia or the writer to invest in cryptocurrencies or other ICOs. Because each individual’s situation is unique, a qualified professional should always be consulted before making any financial decisions. Investopedia makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or timeliness of the information contained herein.

Examples of an initial coin offering (ICO)

ICOs are an extremely popular way to raise money in the crypto space. Most fail, but there's also the occasional diamond in the rough. Here are some examples of major ICOs over the years:
Ethereum: Lots of crypto enthusiasts were excited about Ethereum and its programmable blockchain when its July 2014 ICO took place. It ended up raising $18.4 million and then became the second-largest cryptocurrency.
Cardano (CRYPTO:ADA): Cardano improved on aspects of Ethereum and had an even more successful ICO. In January 2017, it raised $62.2 million. It would eventually break into the top five cryptocurrencies by market capitalization.
Tezos (CRYPTO:XTZ): Tezos raised $232 million through its ICO in July 2017, but it wasn't a complete success. There were numerous delays in distributing the tokens sold through the ICO, leading to a class action lawsuit. Tezos reached a $25 million settlement with all parties in 2020.
Dragon Coins (CRYPTO:DRG): There have been many failed ICOs, and Dragon Coins is one of the most high-profile examples. In March 2018, it raised $320 million. A series of controversies caused a near-immediate price drop when it was available for public trading. In 2021, its market capitalization fell below $1 million.
Investors are drawn to ICOs for the dream of buying in early to a successful cryptocurrency. Although this is possible, it takes considerable research and time sorting through the vast numbers of upcoming ICOs. Considering the risk involved, it's best to approach with caution.

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