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24h Volume
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nOS [nOS]
 
Rank: 638
Token: NEO
Blockchain Service
$ 0.0254
-3.00
Ƀ 0.00000252
-0.17
Ξ 0.000134
-1.23

Blockchain-Powered Operating System

nOS ICO Review

ICO is ended: 29 Oct — 8 Nov 2018

ICO price

$ 0.100
NEO 0.00595

ROI since ICO

USD: 0.25x  (-74.6%)
NEO: 0.42x  (-57.8%)

ATH ROI since ICO

USD: 1.09x  (9.0%)

Private/Pre-sale is ended: 1 Jun — 30 Sep 2018

Private/Pre-sale price

$ 0.100

ROI since Private/Pre-sale

USD: 0.25x  (-74.6%)

ATH ROI since Private/Pre-sale

USD: 1.09x  (9.0%)

nOS ICO was conducted from 29 Oct to 8 Nov 2018.

157,500,000 tokens were offered for public sale out of a 330,000,000 tokens for sale.

The project raised $ 9,185,751 out of $ 22,500,000.

Private/Pre-sale investors were able to buy nOS tokens at a price $ 0.100. They have got -74.56% losses from their investments.

Investments of the nOS are now down about 0.00 percent.

At the $ 0.109 ATH price on 9 Nov 2018 investors were able to sell this position with 1.09x ROI in USD.

The nOS token is now trading at 0.25x in USD from the ICO price.

ICO token price was $ 0.100.

Interest

Cryptorank interest rate

Hype rate: HIGH
Risk rate: NORMAL
Interest score: MEDIUM

Top ICO expert opinion

Token economics

Total Hard Cap

$ 22,500,000

Total Raised

$ 9,185,751

Token allocation

Total supply:
330,000,000
For sale:
225,000,000
(68.18%)
Private/Pre-sale:
67,500,000
(20.45%)
Public sale:
157,500,000
(47.73%)

Investment info

Whitelist

Yes (ended)

Know Your Customer (KYC)

Yes (ended)

Can't participate

United States, China, Yemen, Virgin Islands (US), Syria, Sudan

Additional links

About ICO nOS

nOS is a virtual operating system that introduces a new, decentralized internet. On this
new internet user data is safe, and it only goes where the user wants it to go.

nOS solves key issues surrounding dApp development, deployment, discovery, and
interaction, allowing for true adoption of decentralized applications and blockchain
technology.

Because applications can choose to make their back-ends fully open-source and
transparent, this new implementation of the World Wide Web is defined as the Open
Internet.