The ICO market has seen its share price crash over the last few months, with several ICOs losing millions of dollars.
Now, it appears that investors are starting to worry about their investment.
On Thursday, a new ICO launched that aims to raise $7 million in one week.
The company is called BluePledge, and it aims to build a blockchain-based software platform that would be used to provide financial services to its investors.
The idea behind BluePegle is that it would help investors manage their own portfolios.
The idea is that a user would enter their portfolio into a program and select an asset or asset class they wanted to invest in, and the program would tell the market how much it would return to them.
The program would also have the ability to withdraw funds, and once it has done that, the fund would be locked in place.
This could be done by a user choosing a different asset class.
The team behind BluePsiegle has a team of six people, including a former employee of the tech giant, who were already working on the project.
The group has raised $1.3 million in a crowdsale, but according to a tweet from BluePigeon, the total amount raised is $7.5 million.
That’s roughly two-thirds of the money raised.
This week, BluePiglet raised another $1 million in its crowdsale.
The team hopes to have $10 million in the bank by the end of the week.
BluePegles team has said that the money will be used for the team’s own development, hiring and infrastructure.
The platform will also be accessible to third parties, including the government.
This is a move that is likely to be welcomed by investors who may be concerned about how their funds could be misused.
The company is currently raising money through its website.
Investors are encouraged to send their own Ether to BluePiegle at this address.
The wallet address is bluePegLE.ETH.
This isn’t the first time that the project has seen investor concern over its ICO.
In August, the company announced that its ICO had raised just $6 million in pre-ICO funding.