Hi! What ICO did you participate? I think that only their support team can give you a fully qualified answer. But in general, you can use a rule that you CAN NOT use a coinbase account to participate in ICOs, as they don’t support ERC20 tokens. You can create a wallet on https://myetherwallet.com/
My ETH wallet is 0x0b62Bafae7776bdfcEc6cc1f1E7F9e8284200FB2
Usually, you receive what you bought from the same address. But “what you bought” is a token which is by mean just another smart contract with its own address.
Well, these are different addresses. There is an address of the token (which is technically a smart contract)and the address of the ICO smart contract. The developers can use different contracts to sell tokens: one for Pre ICO, one for ICO, etc.
There is no simple answer… It depends on your investment strategy. But in most “normal” cases the token price should grow in time. So if you hold, you can make a bigger profit. But each project is unique and you need to make your own decision. For example, Lordmancer II burns 10% of tokens in each transaction. It means that token price will…
It depends on the token. In many cases, they don’t give you any interest, but you need to sell them on an exchange when their price has grown.
Well, in any MMO game only a few percent of players spend real money for premium mode and in-game goods. The majority of players do not pay at all. So we expect that players will fall into one of three groups: those who will pay real money to buy Lord Coins, those who will purposefully spend their time to mine Lord Coins inside the game for profit…