Engyo (ENGYO)

Engyo

Engyo aims to ultimately yet quickly be the preferred payment option for donations in the online ecosystem.

6.8
Token Sale ends on
15 Jul, 2018
ETH 1,500
GOAL

Engyo (ENGYO) Info

Ticker:
Engyo
Token Type
ERC20
Fundraising Goal:
ETH 1,500
Received
N/A
Price
1 ENGYO = 0.00002 ETH
Sold on Pre-sale
75%
Total Tokens
1,000,000,000
Token Available for Sale
750,000,000
Whitepaper
Yes
KYC
Yes
Token Issue
After Sale
Country
Romania
Team Members
6
Industry
Donation Services
Blocked Countries
USA, China, Iran, North Korea
Accepting
ETH

Pros & Cons

Very experienced team who have a proven track record

Robust whitepaper and roadmap

Quite a reasonable conversion rate to Ethereum

There is a gap in the market for such a concept

Soft cap goal should be quickly achieved

Risk of volatility after launch

Roadmap may need some consistency

Large number of tokens issued

May appeal to large investors

Unique concepts also higher risk

Features

Engyo aims to ultimately yet quickly be the preferred payment option for donations in the online ecosystem.

Overview

It should always be the case that when you do set about investing in an ICO such as the one on offer from Engyo, that you take a step back and see if the concept it unique, or what they are offering is going to be sought after and one people will want to make use of.

Well, there is no getting away from the fact that Engyo will be offering something that is needed, however it is very fair and true to say that the marketplace is already overrun with similar services to the one they are offering.

That odes of course mean that there are going to be risks attached to you investing in them for whilst their project could take off and be driven forward by their team, there is the chance that Engyo may just become a small fish in a very large pond!

Learn More About the Engyo ICO

There is a good chance that this ICO is one that does appeal to you and if so then along with watching the following video presentation please do study their website and make use of their whitepaper too.

https://youtu.be/DCauUjA1Brc

Team

Members

  • Mădălin Margan ( Founder & CEO)
  • Roland Hrubaru ( Co-Founder & Chief Operations Officer (COO) )
  • Roxana Margan ( Co-Founder & Chief Networking Officer (CNO) )
  • Alexandru Nechifor ( Chief Technology Officer (CTO) & Senior Developer)
  • George Toth ( Chief Integration Officer (CIO) )
  • Roxana Pleavă ( Campaign M)

Conclusion

You might feel that there is a need to the service that Engyo are going to be offering once they have reached their funding goal and the move forward with the launch of their project and concept, and it is fair to say there is a chance it could prove to be highly profitable.

However, they are going to face some challenges ahead, and those are going to need to be overcome on an ongoing basis, and you will need to ask yourself, do they have a good enough team in place to get over the hurdles that are ahead of them.

Engyo tokens are not as expensive at this stage in their development as they could get to over the long term, so whilst I would never put you off investing in them you should take a cautious approach to how much you do invest in them if you do fancy doing so.

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