Initial Coin Offerings, or ICOs, are one of the hottest investment trends in the blockchain and cryptocurrency industry. They often offer the chance for ordinary retail investors to get in on the ground floor of exciting new start-up companies, which is usually only possible for wealthy and connected angel investors. What’s more, many of them have generated amazing profits of hundreds or thousands of percent for their backers, while their popularity and success has driven a proliferation in the number of companies and projects seeking to raise funds in this way. But finding all of the latest information about ICO investment opportunities is not always easy, especially for people who are relatively new to the world of crytocurrency.

One website seeking to change this is ‘Top ICO List’. This site aims to create the most comprehensive list of ICO crowdsales available to the public, and has a couple of nice features not found on other similar list sites out there.

Every project listed on the site has its own dedicated information page. This is where you can find a short summary about the project and often a video explainer, if the project team have produced one. Key stats and facts are listed alongside the summary description (such as start and finish dates, blockchain platform, token price etc). You will also find links to websites, whitepapers, social media profiles and so on.

Users can filter the list to view upcoming ICO investments, or token sales which are currently active. Interestingly, you can also select to view only ‘Pre-ICO’ token sales, which are increasingly popular these days and often carry generous discounts or bonuses compared to the official sale; that is a feature I haven’t seen on other list sites I’ve used.

Each project is also given a grading level of ‘gold’, ‘silver’, or ‘bronze’, which is interesting.

Another nice feature is the free alert service, which lets you add your email address and get notified about new token sales.

The site is easy to use and has a clean design without clutter or distracting and annoying adverts. Check them out at