Amirsan Roberto on China’s ICO Ban and Why You Should Ignore It

According to Amirsan Roberto, a serial entrepreneur and ICO advisor who has lived in China and embedded himself in its startup ecosystem for the past five years, the harshness of the ICO ban has not turned away investors. Individuals with an appetite for crypto assets have been using neighboring Macau, Hong Kong and Singapore to pursue investments in full. Roberto does feel, however, that the ICO ban has made it more difficult for Chinese investors to connect with ICOs, and given the current environment, using ham-fisted impersonal outreach strategies is not only counterproductive, but could land you or the investor you’re trying to attract in jail. The best approach, according to Roberto, is building a trusted network of personal and professional connections and then leveraging those connections to gain trust-level access to potential investors.

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