In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of August 27, 2017
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
How Long Will It Take for My Startup to Be Successful
Startups are the road less taken for a reason…it’s a long road. Alley Watch examines how much time it takes for a startup to be successful (or even find their footing).
Emerging Tech Hubs Can Give Startups a Competitive Advantage
Some advantages come with starting a company outside the Silicon Valley bubble. Tech.Co looks at where former-Valley techies are moving to start their next gig.
The first ICO unicorns are here
That didn’t take long…ICOs started out as the hot summer fundraising trend and have now produced the first two ICO unicorns.
Why initial coin offerings are exploding – and how companies can avoid the landmines
As ICOs are gaining popularity (and some acceptance), it’ll be important for companies exploring this funding option to avoid common pitfalls and landmines.
The FCC moved to undo net neutrality. So what's next?
The FCC may have dealt a fatal blow to net neutrality this week. The Washington Post looks at the post-net neutrality world and what consumers and tech companies can expect.
Links compiled by Bill Warren.