Success of Smart Valley Pre-Sale Demonstrates Investors’ Interest in Decentralized Scoring

London, 16 January 2018 – As reported by representatives of the Smart Valley project, the pre-sale soft cap has been reached much earlier than expected: as of December 1, 2017,  a total of $3 225 923 had been raised, the soft cap being set at $3 mln.

The Smart Valley ecosystem will bring together innovative project assessment tools, an international community of experts, and secure investment opportunities. The platform will connect the three main groups of market players: projects, ICO experts, and investors.

The success of the pre-sale has demonstrated the existence of a significant market demand for the project’s main service – a decentralized multiscoring system. Independent experts from over 10 areas – from blockchain technology to marketing – will evaluate ICO projects, the best of which will be available for investment on the Smart Valley platform. The system will guarantee greater security to investors, reduce the number of scams and low-quality projects on the market, and ensure the legality of an ICO.

A demo of the scoring system is already available on the official website of the platform

Due to the fact that the soft cap objective was reached unexpectedly early, it was decided to temporarily halt the pre-sale. Those investors who did not make it in time to invest during the first round can fill in a form at in order to be included on the waiting list and be the first to know once the token sale is resumed, which will happen a week before the ICO proper begins. Meanwhile, the Smart Valley is actively working on the product and preparing for the main ICO round, due to begin in March.

All the latest Smart Valley news can be found in the project’s Bitcointalk thread and social media accounts, where you can also ask founders questions, take part in technical discussions, and find out the current stage of the project:

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