At what (average) price in terms of ETH, BTC and USD did people receive REP tokens during the ICO in 2015?

  • Recommend editing this question to be just one question, not two, and opening a second question for the other. "What was the price of REP during the ICO?" and "When were REP tokens distributed after the ICO?" – Micah Zoltu Oct 29 '17 at 17:40
  • @MicahZoltu not interested in "when" just interested in at "what price" people received their rep, when they got them through the ICO ;-) – drkthng Oct 29 '17 at 22:05
  • I submitted an edit, let me know if it isn't what you meant the question to ask. I also am curious about the answer if anyone knows it. :) – Micah Zoltu Oct 29 '17 at 22:28
  • @MicahZoltu yes, good edit, it's exactly what I wanna know, I only heard someone talk about $0,50 (fifty cents), but don't know if that's true – drkthng Oct 29 '17 at 22:40

The Augur crowdsale was conducted between August 17th and September 5th, 2015. 8,800,000 REP tokens out of 11,000,000 total were sold. The Bitcoin price was $236.50, and the Ether price was $0.69.

19,053.92 BTC ($4,506,328 USD - 84.723%) and 1,176,816 ETH ($812,003 USD - 15.268%) was raised. The total amount raised was $5,318,331 USD when the conversion rate was locked in.

7,456,416 REP was distributed to BTC participants, and 1,343,584 REP was distributed to ETH participants. This gives the effective prices below:

~0.00255537245 (BTC / REP)

~0.87587856807 (ETH / REP)

~$0.6043562119 (USD / REP)

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