Radical ideas produce radical changes. And radical changes attract radical people. This is an axiom of life. The introduction of alternating current by Tesla subverted Edison’s direct current and, eventually, launched other numerous technological ideas and inventions coming from other radical thinkers and innovators. We all know that this ushered in the Industrial Revolution.
This process has not stopped. What we see and utilize today arose from life-changing ideas and deeds of hundreds of brilliant pioneers. The investment industry has its share of pioneering innovators who stand out in the field through their mold-breaking accomplishments. Take, for instance, Cardonio which recently launched its Initial Coin Offering or ICO. Within one week, 25,000 members came on board Cardonio’s ICO. So, what is so astounding about this figure? This: Not a single member was purchased from the many existing “telegram-users-for-sale companies”. All were 100% organically-recruited through airdrop promotion. One traditional measure for predicting success in the early period of an ICO is the number of “telegram users” as well as the speed at which they came on board.
Search Google and you will find out how Cardonio’s feat breaks the expectations of people who understand the ICO space. ICO, to make it more comprehensible for those not yet oriented to this radical idea, is the cryptocurrency counterpart to the IPO or Initial Public Offering utilized by companies to raise capital funds by selling stocks or shares of their business. In the case of ICO, there are no stocks or shares involved but “digital or cryptocurrency tokens” given to interested investors, backed up by either fiat money or with cryptocurrencies.
With its phenomenal ICO performance, Cardonio is set to use the investors’ funds to pursue its goals of providing service to its customers who, as the company’s new investors, are looking forward to benefit from the projects of Cardonio and, thereby, changing the way they manage and use their hard-earned money.
Is this merely a lucky start or a well-deserved outcome of a well-planned product? Cardonio believes 25,000 people could not merely be a flash-in-the-plan but rather a plan-with-a-flash.