If you send ETH from an exchange to any ICO, you will not receive your tokens. This is because when you send ETH from an exchange, the exchange sends the transaction from their pool of ETH, not an address specifically linked to you.
When the ICO smart contract sends the tokens back to the address you paid with, it sends it…
Really well written and an interesting perspective on the current state of the ICO market. It will certainly be interesting to see what the next few years brings. One thing’s for certain: it will bring a lot more ICOs.
I’m not sure why you’ve chosen a centralized escrow when you could easily craft a solution without intermediaries using smart contracts. There is no reason why selling ENS domains should not be completely trustless.
Happy to see someone creating an ENS trading platform, but it’s going to have to be trustless (i.e. no centralized escrow) for it to really catch on in the community.