Where and how to look for advisors for your ICO?
- If you already know whom you’d like to see as your consultant – great. If not – Google, LinkedIn, Twitter, ICOBench, ratings of experts and key crypto people, as well as community recommendations will help you to create a shortlist.
- A good way to start a conversation with a potential advisor is meeting in person – at a conference, for example. However, if you don’t have enough time or budget, and you need more than 1-2 people, start with LinkedIn or ask common friends for an intro.
- In your message, describe the project’s key advantages, team, what kind of support you need and offer of collaboration. Don’t forget to mention existing advisors, if any.
- Your offer should be attractive enough for an advisor, but try to avoid ‘cash only’ conditions instead of token-based remuneration. You need a trusted partner who is motivated to help you succeed, not someone who is only interested in quick and easy money.