Market Cap
$ 987.56B
24h Spot Volume
$ 28.60B
BTC Dominance
Nervos Network [CKB]
Rank: 118
USD 0.00575
BTC 1.78e-7
ETH 4.36e-6

Nervos is a set of protocols that are scalable and interoperable, as well as the open blockchain platform Trustware for DApps.

Nervos Network CKB ICO Review

ICO is ended: 16 Oct — 25 Oct 2019

ICO price

$ 0.01

ROI since ICO

USD: 0.57x  (-42.5%)


USD: 4.74x  (374.0%)


$ 69,487,295

Min/Max personal Cap

min - $1 000

Private/Pre-sale is ended: 1 Jul 2018

Private/Pre-sale price

$ 0.006

ROI since Private/Pre-sale

USD: 0.96x  (-4.25%)

ATH ROI since Private/Pre-sale

USD: 7.9x  (689.9%)


$ 28,000,000

Hard Cap

$ 28,000,000

Nervos Network ICO was conducted from 16 Oct to 25 Oct 2019 by the project team from China.

Private/Pre-sale investors were able to buy Nervos Network coins at a price $ 0.006. They have got -4.25% losses from their investments.

Investments of the Nervos Network are now down about 38.30 percent.

At the $ 0.0474 ATH price on 14 Nov 2019 investors were able to sell this position with 4.74x ROI in USD.

The Nervos Network coin is now trading at 0.57x in USD from the ICO price.

ICO token price was $ 0.01.


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Total Raised

$ 97,487,295

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About ICO Nervos Network

Nervos (NERVOS) is a utility token of an open blockchain "Trustware" platform for decentralized applications.

Nervos is a set of scalable and interoperable protocols and the open blockchain "Trustware" platform for decentralized applications. "Trustware" goes beyond distributed ledgers and smart contracts.

Nervos uses the “Common Knowledge Base” to support universal computing and storage, provides better scalability and balanced economic incentives, and is mobile-friendly.

DApps in the CKB use Types to determine the appropriate data structure and store application data in cells. The application logic is implemented using Generators, and the state validation logic is implemented using Validators. Generators work on the client-side to create new states that are packaged in transactions and transmitted throughout the network. The consensus nodes in the CKB network first verify the authenticity of the sender of the transaction, then check the new states in the transaction using the Validators and place the actual transactions in the pool. As soon as a new block is generated and accepted, new states in the block are added to the CKB.

In this way, Nervos developed a radically separate decentralized platform to provide several ways of scalability, transaction reliability, and low local latency.