FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions
CoinKeeper is an evaluation and analysis system for ICO projects and offers insurance for investors
Corresponding to each ICO project, the system will give out the evaluation score and value the percentage of refund for investors participating in that ICO project
You will get a refund from CoinKeeper insurance service in case the ICO project we review fails or is dropped by the ICO issuer
CoinKeeper provides the reimbursement systems with payment gateways supported in your CoinKeeper Wallet, and you can withdraw your money at any time.
You must buy token ICO at the link from CoinKeeper's ICO evaluation page and send your amount of token to CoinKeeper system to be held during that ICO time. Otherwise, we will not be responsible for refunding you.
After ending an ICO project that has mobilized capital, CoinKeeper will select some of the best projects and allow them to launch on CoinKeeper trading exchange.
Investors can continue trading the tokens bought at ICO.
An airdrop is a distribution of a cryptocurrency token or coin, usually for free, to a large number of wallet addresses. Airdrops are primarily implemented as a way of gaining attention and new followers, resulting in a larger user-base and a wider disbursement of coins.
If you search for the general meaning of “Bounty”, you can relate it as a reward or prize. Its use has been deep-rooted in the online gaming world. If you remember playing any of such games, there are rewards associated with certain levels and if you achieve that level, the reward is sent to you. The same concept has been utilized for the ICO Bounty Program.
IEO is a form of buying tokens right at CoinKeeper's exchange. This is only for some projects to issue tokens that are not through ICO, investors can follow and buy on CoinKeeper's exchange.