Here you will find a ICO list of Bounty programs. The ICOMarketCap.io team ensures that all ICO listings are kept up to date. Take a look at the ICO Bounty list of ICOs on this moment.
MIB coin is a smartphonebased Blockchain network which ensures efficient use of power through simplified coin mining MIB COIN MIB COIN Coin More information about the ...
Building a better Internet through a decentralized advertising and content solution Varanida Varanida Coin More information about the Varanida Ico Name: Ico ...
GGX Coin has been designed to be tightly coupled by 100s of fundamental and mandatory patents registered at GGX Patent Platform. GGX GGX More information about the GGX ...
The MSEC System is a hyperledger-based system that executes a one-second rental contract for any utilities. Mining Seconds Mining Seconds More information about the ...
FinTech powering the Future of Fair Lending in Emerging Market Economies. Payment Solutions International Payment Solutions International More information about the ...
EJA in its meaning “Economic Jubilant Architecture” and the call of expression affirmative used in the Sardinian dialect that is translated into “YES”. EjaCoin EjaCoin ...
Enabling web 2.0 services to listen and react to events on distributed ledgers. TxHash Network TxHash Network More information about the TxHash Network Ico Name: ...
Optimizing the $79 trillion transactions market with blockchain driven technology while automatically generating income and wealth for individual. The UXM The UXM More ...
World’s first practical blockchain 4.0 project. Next generation global value internet. InterValue InterValue More information about the InterValue Ico Name: ...
ICO Bounty Program
ICO Bounty program is an idea inherited from online gaming world, where tokens are reserved to incentivize ‘bounty hunters’, who support the startup before and during the ICO. Bounty Hunters are people who do tasks related to promoting the ICO to a community of investors.
The bounty program is great way to earn tokens without investing capital. Bounty hunters are the safest investors as they get tokens without getting their money involved.
Today almost all ICO’s have bounty programs whose detail can be seen in there white papers.
How ICO Bounty Program works
To understand how ICO Bounty Program works, there is no better way but to explore details of a real world ICO Bounty Program.
INS is world’s first decentralized platform that will directly connect Grocery manufacturers with consumers. It also has a bounty program and number of INS tokens (currency of INS ecosystem) reserved for this program are 5 million.
Here is a further breakdown of these 5 million INS tokens:-
|Activity||% of Bounty Pool|
|BitcoinTalk Signature Campaign||30%|
|Social Media (Facebook & Twitter)||20%|
|Blog Article & Video Campaign||20%|
Above table shows percentage of INS tokens reserved for activities that make up the Bounty program. Every ICO has different set of activities and its own terms and conditions. Terms and conditions for INS Bounty program can be seen at INS bounty Program.
Bitcointalk Signature Campaign
In this campaign, bounty hunters have to use signatures provided by the ICO for their posts on BitcoinTalk. You need to be an active member at BitcoinTalk to participate in this campaign. Bounty Hunters will get tokens upon fulfilling requirements like posting 15 posts per week at BitcoinTalk.
Social Media (Facebook & Twitter)
No marketing in complete without social media marketing. For social media related campaign, Bounty Hunters have to like, share and posts of their ICO’s. One must have 200 to 300 facebook friends and followers on twitter in order to participate in this campaign.
Blog Article & Video Campaign
In this category, bounty hunters write blog posts and articles revealing details of ICO and post them on various sites. Tokens are also reserved for Hunters who make videos and share on sites like YouTube.
This category is meant for hunters who can do tasks related to translation like translating website to other languages like German, French so that non-English people can also understand the contents. Other translation options include, translation of white paper or one pager