Islamic religion may be a better bet for ICOs, as it is being used by people to buy cryptocurrency in large numbers.
According to research by Cryptocurrency Research Group, the value of Islamic religious coins is around $1.3 billion.
The study also states that there are over $30 million in Islamic religious coin offerings on ICO platforms.
One of the best known Islamic coin offerings is the sale of the Quranic Holy Quran.
This coin was used to purchase the Quran for $1,000 in December 2017.
In the month of June 2018, the Quran was sold for $500 on an ICO platform.
In August 2018, there were around 500 Quranic Quranic Coin offerings.
It’s interesting to note that Islamic coins are used by Muslim communities as an economic tool to provide for their community members.
This has also led to the use of Islamic currencies by Muslim governments and businesses.
The most prominent example of this use is in the Philippines, where the Islamic Development Bank is building a public housing project in the city of Davao.
The project was designed by a company called Kaleo, which is backed by the Islamic World Bank.
The Islamic Development Bureau plans to build the project in Davao City in the first phase, and to extend the project to other parts of the city.
According, the project is expected to be completed in 2019.
Another well-known example is the project for the construction of the Masjid Al-Haram, the Grand Mosque in Mecca.
The Masjids Al-Haraam will house about 10,000 people in its construction, and will be one of the largest Islamic sites in the world.
The cost of the project was reportedly estimated at $200 million.
The construction of this project was also supported by the Saudi government, which has been using Islamic currency in the construction and maintenance of its national infrastructure.
One of the most well-documented uses of Islamic currency on ICO is by Muslim entrepreneurs.
In April 2018, more than 500 Muslim companies from across the world participated in the Islamic Community Startup Forum in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.
This forum is one of many events held to help the global Muslim community in finding new markets for their products and services.
Cryptocurrency trading in the Muslim world In the year 2017, there was a global increase in the number of ICOs and token sales in the Middle East and North Africa.
The main reason for this was due to the increase in ICOs from Muslim countries.
According the Research Institute for International Business in Dubai (RIBIT), there were about 100,000 token sales during 2017, an increase of approximately 8,000 percent from 2016.
This trend continued in 2018 with an increase in token sales of 8,400 percent.
However, this is still a decline from the previous year.
There were only approximately 9,800 ICOs held in 2017, which was down from the 15,000 ICOs in 2016.
However, the number and scope of ICO transactions are continuing to increase, as investors look for opportunities in the crypto-space.
According to a report by CoinMarketCap, the average number of cryptocurrency tokens sold per day increased from $5.60 to $6.20 in the year ending December 2017, with an average transaction volume of $5,500,000.
In 2018, this average transaction value increased to $7.70, which reached an all-time high of $8.27.