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ICO Race, the winner is …

Pigzbe, Metalyfe and Desico step up on the podium of ICO Race.

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The two days of ICO Race, the Grand Prize of the token sale that will make people talk about themselves in the coming months, closes with the applause and the background music.

A competition that saw the participation of as many as 140 candidates coming from 38 countries spread all over the world.

On the highest step of the podium of the blockchain competition, we find Pigzbe, with a project aimed at the younger audience.

This is a digital piggy bank for crypto conservation.

In short, the analogue pink pig is digitized and put on blockchain to teach children how cryptocurrencies work.

They receive the $ 600,000 first-prize check and the certainty that their token will be listed on Bitfinex, one of the world’s largest exchanges.

Second in the ranking, Metalyfe, whose project is linked to the world of privacy with an innovative browser.

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The prize is a check for $ 300,000 plus a $ 100,000 discount on ICO engine services, Eidoo’s platform to organize ICOs.

Third place, on the $ 100,000 podium, Desico, a project that aims to become the first platform to exchange security tokens.


As we had anticipated, today there was also the official presentation of Wallem, the new app based on Pokemon Go but to capture the crypto. As you can see from the photos you find in the gallery below, the team decided to place a whole bitcoin in the middle of Lake Lugano which, for the record, has been recovered.

The app is currently in alpha version. The regular version is set to be launched in October 2018.

For more information about Wallem, join their official Telegram chat here.

Thus ends the first edition of the ICO Race event, which saw the presence of about 1000 people in the two days. But it is already possible to say that the next appointment with ICO Race will be held next January 2019 in the crypto valley of Zug.

Here some photos of the event and the award ceremony.

Claudio Kaufmann
Claudio Kaufmann
Direttore di Cryptonomist. In precedenza è stato direttore editoriale di ITForum News, vicedirettore del quotidiano Finanza & Mercati e del settimanale Borsa & Finanza. E' stato autore e conduttore di programmi televisivi dedicati a politica, economia e finanza.