How To Advisors

Every part of our platform was designed with the role of the advisor in mind. From the point system, to the ranking algorithm, to the interface of the advisor profile page, this website was constructed to highlight advisors who actively want to see their ICOs do well. We believe that the success of an ICO and cryptocurrency in general heavily derives on the work that advisors put in. Accordingly, an advisor’s reputation needs to be showcased and ranked in a way that genuinely expresses their hard work. Welcome to ICO Advisors.

To be an advisor, you need to apply and have been at least a team member or advisor for 1 ICO.

The first advisor to add an ICO from a specific project will receive 2 points for the advisor ranking. An advisor who joins an ICO that is already on our website will receive 1 point for his advisor ranking.

ICOs have the opportunity to purchase its extended profile page for a fee of 1 ETH. If the advisor who added the ICO paid for this, his profile will automatically earn 2 more points for his advisor ranking.

ICOs and advisors do not gain points by ranking or reviewing projects that they are not working on. However, if their comment or review for another ICO receives a like on the comment, that advisor will receive 0.1 points for his advisor ranking.

Advisors that share their ICOs on social media (including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn) will earn 0.1 points for the advisor ranking profile. This is limited to one post per site per day, or 0.3 points per day in total.

Advisors that are found to be in a scam ICO will automatically lose 10 points.

ICOS can only be added by one of the project’s advisors. Once the project advisor adds the project, that specific advisor will receive publishing points for putting the ICO live on the website.

Each advisor has the unique ability to rank ICOs in their profile. The ICO’s overall score is dependent on an advisor’s continued decision to display the ICO at the top of his or her advisor profile. The ICO is awarded the most amount of points if it maintains the first position, but goes down if it gives, for example, from first to second.