Ongoing ICO List

All Ongoing ICOs in One Place

Searching for an ICO to invest in? Then this page might be useful for you. Each project presented here has an active ICO campaign, within which you can purchase tokens and contribute as an investor. This list is updated on a daily basis, so rest assured that the information is up-to-date.

With the overwhelming popularity of ICO, it is quite hard to track all of them and, even more, to determine, which one is promising and trustworthy. To save your time, we are monitoring the most outstanding ICOs and make sure to feature them on ICO Panic, for your convenience. Any investment is a risky business, which is why you need to study as much info on the project as possible. Usually, each live ICO has an official website and a white paper (a document with ~40 pages on average). Naturally, you won’t take each ICO and read the full WP at once. That is why we have created project profiles for each ongoing ICO, where you can read about the ICO in a nutshell, watch a short explanatory video and, if interested, use the official links to find out more.

How to join an ongoing token sale?

By clicking on an ICO profile, you will see the main details, such as the token ticker, standard, accepted currencies, and ICO dates. More information can be found on the official website of the project. Some projects get a featured review on ICO Panic, where you can get even more details for the ongoing ICO, as well as a brief presentation of the mission, description, blockchain usage, token price and allocation etc.

Before joining an ICO as an investor, you have to make sure that it is not a scam. We, thereby, recommend paying attention to the team/company standing behind the project, their advisors, partners, and legal issues. Usually, each project has its own rules for investors. Some of them simply send you tokens in exchange for other currencies. So, you only have to provide your contact information, transfer investment funds to a certain address, leave your address for the tokens and wait till you get them. Some ICOs, though, request investors to complete AML/KYC procedure. Sometimes you would sign a SAFT agreement and wait a couple of months for the tokens to come. All in all, if you transfer money to the project and get the coins in exchange, you join the ongoing token sale.