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Author : Ben Krypto 9 Jan 2018
The reason? Most ICO’s now offer presales to big investors (or whales as they are called). Many of those presales come with big bonuses that are not offered during the ICO. Those bonuses can range from 5% to a whopping 300%, depending on how much the presale buy is. What does this mean? You can get significantly more coins if you buy during a presale vs the ICO for the same price. 20%, 30%, even 50% more. In some cases 100% more coins (this is rare though). There have been some absurd cases where presale / early investors have 800% or more bonuses (WABI and SALT, I’m looking at you) where early investors paid pennies while you pay quarters. Presales = Big Allocations. Presales also offer you the opportunity to buy large allocations of the coin. Buying up large allocations of a hyped ICO’s are how you turn thousands into millions. Getting into a presale allows you buying access. You don’t want to find yourself limited to only very small allocations of a few eth that hyped ICO’s toss to their whitelisted investors.
And these days, any quality ICO (Tier 1 and 2) give out small allocations to whitelisted members. Forget being able to throw down $5000, $10,000, $20,000 or more. You’ll get $1000 dollars if you are lucky. So if you want to buy more than 1-3 eth (and not fight in gas wars to get that), you’ll have to do the presale. How to Get into a Presale? Now, most presales require a big upfront buy. Minimum buys are usually about 100 ETH (around 100,000 USD). If you have the funds yourself, I recommend the presale option. If you don’t, you’ll need to ‘pool’ with other people to come up with the presale amount. The bigger your buy, the more of a discount you have. So it’s in your interest to pool with many people to come up with the large buy. Typically if you spend 1 to 2 million, you reach the top tier discount during a presale, which may be 20% to 50% of a discount, depending. Now the key to getting into the presale (for hyped ICO’s presales usually sell out right away, early), you need to troll for ICO’s very early on. This means you need to be one of the first ones inquiring about a presale — not the one showing up late to the party.
Because late, in crypto, means you are too late. Finding an ICO in early stages (one that will develop into a mega-hyped ICO later one) is a full-time job. You need to be looking at websites, reading slack groups, checking out telegram groups, and even in some cases, attending blockchain conferences trying to pick up some early buzz for secret ICO’s getting ready to hit the market. Remember, the best ICO’s usually are known by industry insiders and big-time crypto investors/hedge funds. It’s hard to compete with these groups, but it’s still possible you can, if you reach out early enough, get into a potentially hyped ICO via a presale and secure your future. If you do find a potential presale you are interested in, craft a well thought out an email explaining why you want to participate in the presale and HOW you can add value (how you intend to promote the coin and help it succeed). These days, there is such an outpouring of money being thrown at any good ICO that the team behind the ICO can pick and choose the best early investors. The best investors are not the ones who just give money, but who give money AND can help the team succeed.
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From: Clyde Thorburn