Extending the analogy of venture investing, why can’t a company do multiple smaller ICOs then, as opposed to one big sell? If we’re operating according to milestones, why not trigger a new ICO after a set of milestones have been hit?

Sure, token prices will rise over time, especially as milestones are hit. But prevaluations rise between rounds of venture investment. Why not follow the same model?

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