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Devery.io, the developers of the Devery Protocol, is set to provide a decentralized verification platform, marking and tracking items over the Ethereum blockchain. Their Token sale reached their hard cap funding target within 17 seconds.
Devery.io, founded by Andrew Rasheed, held their token sale on January 12 this year and was able to reach their targets without any institutional funding whatsoever, something they actively rejected as being unfair to the broader range of contributors.
As the digital horse race for the Next Big Thing in blockchain heats up, more and more companies are getting on the bandwagon to launch their revolutionary concepts and ICOs. SingularityNET is a decentralized marketplace for artificial intelligence, and it may well have the record for the fastest selling ICO ever.
According to reports, the ICO was sold out within 60 seconds of going public, raising $ 36 million for the company behind the ambitious project. The team at Singularity reports that the crowdfunding was capped after receiving $ 361 million in investor interest on its whitelist from more than 20,000 previous investors.