The firm developing blockchain project ICON, has denied claims that it's planning to hold an initial public offering.
From local media outlet Pulse News on Wednesday cited "An investment banking industry source" as saying that ICONLOOP is planning to list on the Korea Exchange by early next year and that it has selected brokerage firm Mirae Asset Daewoo Co. as lead manager for the effort.
ICONLOOP CEO Jonghyup Kim told CoinDesk Korea that the news is "Not true at all" and that the firm does not currently have any plan to launch an IPO. Such reports are "Misinformation," he said, adding that there have previously been similar rumors.
Overseen by the ICON Foundation, ICON is a project aiming to connect different blockchains via its loopchain protocol.
Offers its own token that is currently 39th largest by market capitalization.
That it has achieved "Advanced technology partner status" on the Amazon Web Services Partner Network.
Developer of Blockchain Project ICON Denies IPO Plan Reports
Publié le Feb 27, 2019
by Coindesk | Publié le Coinage
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