Definition: What is hard and soft cap?

Hard- and Soft-Cap: What does these two terms actually mean for ICOs?

If you invest your Bitcoin, Ethereum & Co. in ICOs (Initial Coin Offerings) more often, you will not only have the chance to be among the first and thus to achieve high returns, but you will also have stumbled across the terms hard and soft cap more often. In the case of reputable ICOs, both are indicated in a transparent manner by the project itself and provide valuable information for the crypto investor.

Definition and practical application of the Bitcoin evolution scam

The two English terms can best be translated as “hard” or “soft” borders. This refers to two financing goals explained here: Is Bitcoin Evolution a Scam? Read This Review Before You Sign Up! for the project that exist separately from each other. The hard cap is the financing target which is not exceeded, even if the project could collect even more money. Therefore, the hard cap also reflects the market capitalization (hence the market value) of a project once it has completed the Bitcoin evolution scam ICO. For example, if the hard cap was 50 million US dollars and was reached, the project has a market capitalization (market cap) of 50 million euros. This can change later as soon as the tokens are published and the project is traded on a stock exchange.

The soft cap is a soft limit and is considered to be the financing target that is at least required for the realisation of the project and thus for a successful ICO. As a rule, it is much lower than the hard cap and should definitely be achieved. If this is not the case, reputable projects offer investors the opportunity to recover the money transferred, because in this situation it is not guaranteed that the project has enough money to realize all goals. Consequently, the ICO must be considered a failure if an issued soft cap is not achieved. For example, if a hard cap is at the 50 million mentioned above, a soft cap could be at 8 million US dollars. Every completed financing between these 8 and 50 million is then regarded as a successful ICO, whereby the projects naturally want to achieve their hard cap in the ideal case.

Methods for implementing and structuring a Bitcoin evolution review

There are several variants of how a Bitcoin evolution review scam can be implemented in practice. What is meant by this is how the respective soft and hard caps are achieved, which could also be interesting for Bitcoin evolution review investors. In the following, these will be briefly explained, because they also play a role with regard to achieving soft and hard caps.

Capped First & Come First & Served First
Here the maximum number (the capping) of the tokens is fixed, which are sold in return at a fixed price. If you were too slow and only want to invest when the capping has already been reached, you will not get any tokens anymore. Sometimes these caps are reached a little faster, because for example in a pre-sale additional bonuses on the investment could be spent. This is the most common way to achieve a soft or hard cap.

The opinion Echo: “Anti-Semites!” – Roubini trolls the Bitcoin community

After the devastating criticism of Bitcoin & Co. by the Permabär Nouriel at the beginning of this week, the problems of the crypto exchange Bitfinex and the stable coin Tether came into the focus of the commentators. The opinion ECHO for the 42nd calendar week.

Crypto-Nazis

Roubini’s anti-Bitcoin tirade before the US Senate continued on the economist’s Twitter account at the beginning of the week. The economist is using ever heavier guns to fire towards the crypto community. The quintessence of his tweets: The Bitcoin community is a cesspool of blinded, coprophagous shitcoiners whose ultra-liberal tendencies are surpassed only by their anti-Semitic tendencies.

In between, Roubini uses his extended range (which he likes to do!) to shill his blockchain-critical articles.

NYU resists Roubini with resistance

Roubini’s downright trumpeting Twitter troll has meanwhile reached a degree of unprofessionality that even calls alumni of New York University (NYU), where Roubini teaches, to the fore. For example, Max Keiser, crypto-investor and alumnus of NYU, criticizes the plan:

“It pains me to see @nouriel [Roubini] behave like a horse’s ass. I am now in contact with the NYU leadership to ask them if they can’t urge this embarrassing rage-aholic to reason. It damages the working morale of the students.”

Roubini’s tirades could also influence NYU’s support through alumni donations:

“Many NYU members have already made contact with Roubini and are trying to get him to shut up. He is known as a rage-aholic, egomaniac and windbag. The students complain. It becomes also for Alumni fund Raiser like me the topic ?

Of course, Dr. Doom also took the opportunity to comment on the current drama about Bitfinex and the Stable Coin Tether (USDT):

“Tether is the mother of all crypto scams and supports Bitcoin and all the other shitcoins by up to 80 percent. But the regulators, who started investigating Tether/Bitfniex months ago, are still “sleeping at the wheel”.

This tweet is from the Roubini retweetet Bitfnix’ed series. Indeed, on 16 October, the economist spent his lunchtime sharing the tweets of @Bitfnix’ed, arguably the sharpest critic of the currently controversial Bitfinex crypto exchange.