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How to become an investor and to participate in ICO
Step-by-step instructions
Get an Ethereum wallet

Buy some Ethereum (ETH)

Get Tokens
Create your Ethereum Wallet.

Most of the ICOs are based on Ethereum; a blockchain technology and a cryptocurrency by the same name. So, first of all you will need to set up your Ethereum wallet. Visit myetherwallet.com. The first thing you see is Create New Wallet

Come up with a strong password, fill in the form, make sure to remember it by heart, and then press 'Create New Wallet'.
Now, save your Keystore File. Click 'Download Keystore File' and save the file somewhere on your computer or on a thumb drive for extra security. After you have saved the file (triple-check this!), go ahead and click the Continue button.
On the next screen you will see your Private Key, it's a string of symbols. Make sure you write down or print your Private Key in order to create a Paper Wallet. Remember, there's no way to remind you of your password or Private Key, the technology simply doesn't allow that! If it's lost, it's lost forever! So, please take all of the warnings you will see on those pages seriously.
Proceed to next screen.
As you can see, there are many ways of accessing your wallet, but for clarity's sake we'll stick with the Private Key option. Simply paste or type in your private key, then click 'Unlock'.
Another option is to use the keystore file you saved on your computer earlier, then enter your password and then you'll be able to click 'Unlock'.
Now you have full access to your Ethereum Wallet and that's it! It was simple, right? If you want to access your wallet again, go to www.myetherwallet.com and click on 'View Wallet Info' in the top right corner.
Video instruction
How to create an Ethereum wallet
Purchase your first Ether (ETH).

Now you can actually start using your wallet. In order to fill your wallet with the Ether (ETH) needed to purchase someone's tokens offered on an ICO, you will need a cryptocurrency exchange.

There are many exchanges out there, such as Coinbase, Kraken, Bitfinex, Bittrex, and many many more.

Some of these allow you to trade fiat currency (dollars or euro) for Ethereum directly, while others only allow exchanging Bitcoin (BTC) or another cryptocurrency to ETH. Also note that exchanges offer different exchange rates. Some might be more favorable to you than others, and the spread may be quite big. Visit a few of exchanges before each transaction, compare their rates and choose wisely!

I will not go into more detail about which exchange could be the best fit for you. Instead, I'll show you the easiest way to purchase ETH and receive it on the wallet you have just created. Note again that this is the easiest way to do it, but may not be the best for you.

The easiest way to purchase ETH is to visit MyEtherWallet again and click on the Coinbase widget you see when you log in.
Coinbase is one of the biggest cryptocurrency exchanges, and this widget allows you to easily purchase ETH and immediately send it to your wallet. The process is pretty straightforward and we won't get into detail here. Just click on the widget and follow their instructions. You'll be asked to fill in your name, the amount of ETH you'd like to purchase, your email address, and your phone number.

Alternatively, you may opt to purchase Ether on any cryptocurrency exchange that supports Ethereum. Luckily, most of them do. Simply send the currency of your choice to the exchange you like best and exchange it for ETH. If you do not know how to do this, ask Google like this: "How to buy ETH on Kraken", where you can substitute 'Kraken' for the exchange you prefer. In this latter case of "not Coinbase", don't forget to order the exchange to send ETH to your MyEtherWallet.
Video instruction
How to buy ETH
How to participate in ICO Okolofutbola
Whether you already had a wallet full of cryptocurrency, or have just recently created one using the first two steps from this article, you are now ready to participate in the ICO.
The most important thing is the target address. It's just another wallet like yours. Select the whole string of characters 0x51dB62d862314d036797c8Ae897011daDb8256ce and copy it to clipboard (ctrl-c/cmd-c).

Now open MyEtherWallet and click 'Send Ether & Tokens'.

Paste the target address into 'To Address' field (ctr-v/cmd-v), type in the amount of Ether you want to invest. The last thing you have to do is to click 'Generate Transaction' and then 'Send Transaction'.
That's it! Now you're a happy owner of those much desired tokens. Let's put them into your MyEtherWallet.