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so you wanna pick an altcoin gem that
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next low-cap cryptocurrency they’ve got
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10 20 or even a hundred times and take
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your crypto portfolio to the moon I know
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many people who banked a stack full of
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SATs from investing in undervalued and
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hidden alt coins however in today’s
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idiosyncratic markets that has become a
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lot easier said than done
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so then how do you find those hidden
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diamonds in the crypto rough I’m guy and
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in this video I’ll give you exactly what
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you need to know to do that
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I’ll take you through some methods that
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have been used by those very people of
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which I speak oh and if you watched till
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the end
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I may have one or two altcoin pics that
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you won’t want to miss
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[Music]
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before we get cracking I have to get a
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few things out of the way I am NOT a
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financial adviser I am a person on
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YouTube who talks about crypto and
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blockchain for your educational purposes
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always do your own research before
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investing in cryptocurrency
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oh yes and for those of you who are new
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here welcome one and all I take a look
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at the crypto markets regularly so if
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that’s something you’d like to be a part
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on those notifications get plugged into
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the matrix final thing
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there are timestamps below in the
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description which you can hop around
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with also feel free to adjust the
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playback speed to your preference that’s
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it enough waffle let’s get this show
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started shall we now let’s face it there
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are a lot of old coins out there too
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many to count most of them are
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coins but those golden nuggets do exist
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you need to start the process of finding
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those golden nuggets with a top-down
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approach an extremely simple initial
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screening mechanism to get a shortlist
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of coins that you want to drill deeper
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into perhaps the simplest of all these
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is market gap this is because it’s
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easily available for all kinds and there
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are a number of tools that track this
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info quite effectively it’s also
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essential for your selection of the
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coins you want to target as you can
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immediately eliminate those that you
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know
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not likely to really ten times or so in
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the near future you need to find those
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coins that have really small market caps
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and hence have the most opportunity to
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really grow like that for example if you
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take a look at all those coins in the
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top 100 of market cap over at CMC it’s
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pretty unlikely that these will increase
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as much as a coin that is sitting at
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around 300 in market cap why is this
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well it’s just simple maths you’re
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already starting at such a high base
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it’s a lot harder to take a project with
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a market cap of 50 million to 500
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million than it is to take another coin
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with a market cap of 2 million to 20
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million so will then have to set out an
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acceptable range that we think our
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altcoin gem could be in and then
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eliminate all those that are not
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candidates there are a number of market
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cap tracking tools out there including
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coin market cap coin gecko coin codex
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etc for this screening process I usually
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use coin market cap this is just because
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they have a pretty neat filter over here
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where you can select the market cap
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range you can also drill down further
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with other metrics something which we’ll
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be doing in a bit generally I like to
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look at those that are below 10 million
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dollars in market cap this should give
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the coin enough Headroom to really
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multiply in price should its real value
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be realized in the market I usually have
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a lower bound of about 5 million dollar
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market cap as well
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it’s not a hard stock as there may be a
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few interesting projects below this
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cutoff however the bulk of coins below
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this market cap are sorry to be blunt
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coins they have very little
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adoption and awareness and even if they
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have great tech they’re being crowded
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out so now I have my list of coins that
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I can start focusing in on this then
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calls for another filter to further
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clear the field the next metric that
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I’ll look at is the volume this is an
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important metric as it shows just how
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active the trading of the coin is it can
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also be a great way if you to spot coins
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that have artificial or abnormal value
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ie those that may have some washed
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trading going on
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so for me I like to look at those coins
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that take about two to six days to turn
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over their market cap put another way
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the 24-hour volume should be between ten
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to fifty percent of the market cap
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now you can’t filter a ratio of two
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metrics on CMC but you can easily just
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copy the data over to a spreadsheet and
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run your own custom filter over it I’ve
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developed this simple Google sheet where
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I will manually copy the data into there
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are ways to develop dynamic screening
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tools on CMC that use the API but these
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don’t work too well for the lower market
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cap altcoins
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anyways I have this column over here and
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that has the ratio of the coins volume
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to its market cap
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I’ll also run an Excel filter over this
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so that we are only looking at those
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coins that we want those with a ratio of
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between 10 to 50 percent after applying
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this filter I have the following list of
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50 odd coins which I will further have
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to investigate I need to make absolutely
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sure that the volume is completely
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legitimate and not compromised of any
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washed trading we’ve already screened
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out the most of the coins at wash
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trading by zoning in on the volume
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however to make doubly sure we also have
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to look at their exchange listings
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indeed seeing where a coin is listed is
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another important metric as you are
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after all going to be buying it there
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you want to know that you can easily get
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your hands lined and liquidate when you
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see fit here the coin only trades on one
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exchange with a dodgy track record then
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you should avoid it moreover if a coin
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is to really rally in price it has to be
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on an exchange that has a large user
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base an exchange where more people get
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exposed to it are aware of it and can
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consequently buy it for browsing through
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the best exchanges I prefer to use coin
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gecko as I find their rankings to be a
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bit more independent
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so let me take one of the coins that we
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currently have in our refined list and
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take a look at the exchanges where it’s
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listed how about Rayden over here let’s
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hop on over to coin gecko quickly here
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when you search for the coins you can
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select markets this will show you a list
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of all the exchanges where the coin is
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trading you can see that coin gecko
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assigns a trust score to these exchanges
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as you can see the most volume of Radin
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is currently taking place on an exchange
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called buy box then X rates however
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neither of these exchanges would be my
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top pick and as you can see coin gecko
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does not think that much about them
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either however you can also just take a
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look at that market depth market depth
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is another way to think about liquidity
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those coins that have deeper order books
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have more liquidity and hence are easier
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to trade with larger block orders so
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yeah for these two exchanges it’s a no
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for me however it’s good to see that it
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is listed on Finance
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now most can agree that Finance is a
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pretty reputable exchange with deep
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liquidity and reasonable volume it also
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has the highest web traffic among the
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exchanges and the most users so this is
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a great sign for the future potential
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trading of the token okay so those are
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most of the market metrics that I used
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to Zone in on the coins that are worth
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doing a bit of deeper digging once you
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have this list we can take a look at
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some important network metrics unchain
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metrics are important they show whether
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a cryptocurrency is being used whether
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it’s active and not just a nice concept
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there are a number of metrics that you
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can look at here from address activity
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to network participation on staking
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coins to total transactions etc in fact
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there are so many metrics to look at
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that it could be hard to have positive
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signs from all of them one cannot really
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use the same network valuation metrics
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for all coins like this than they do for
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large cap old coins now there are a
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number of tools that you can use to see
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these stats but one of the best out
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there has to be into the block comm they
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have a plethora of data and it’s not
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just resigned to network metrics they
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offer a 7-day free demo but the paid
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packages are not that bad at all for
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what you get
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anyways the first metric you should be
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looking at is the percentage
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of active addresses compared to total
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addresses this can give you an idea of
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how many people are really using the
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network compared to how many are just
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sitting with their tokens in the wallets
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activity in this case is of course
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transactions to and from said address as
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you can know that tell those are the
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very low ratio are less desirable of
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course you could have a situation where
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both addresses and transactions are
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increasing at the same rate in which
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case the ratio will be constant so you
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can also take a look at both of these
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ratios independently if both are growing
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that is a good sign another pretty neat
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stat that into the blocks has is the
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time between transactions this is
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another stat that you can use to give
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you an idea of just how active this
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blockchain is moving away from unchanged
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stats you will also want to possibly
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examine the distribution of tokens on
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the network centralization is generally
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not something that you want in a project
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as it means that Wales can control the
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market okay so we’ve now been through
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some of the most important on chain
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metrics that help you determine how
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active the network is but what about a
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development activity this is why I love
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to dive into the github repos of a
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project it’s perhaps one of the most
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transparent ways for me to ascertain
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development activity one of the only
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ways that an altcoin can separate itself
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from the crowd is with impressive tech
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and this needs to be worked on
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constantly it’s not really about being
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able to read the code that underpins the
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protocol you just want to see a regular
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stream of commits in the core
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repositories you want to make sure that
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there is active discussion in these
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repositories if they link to their
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github then you can go over to the
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insights section over here and you’ll
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see the commits code frequency and
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contributors as an example we have the
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Radian network stats over here as you
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can see it appears to be quite active
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with a regular stream of commits and
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additions or deletions you can then head
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on over to the issues tab over here and
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see the discussion around code additions
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back to our example over with Radin you
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can see that there is quite a lot going
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on over here as well now I should of
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course caveat that sometimes you don’t
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get the full picture of development on
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the public code repositories not all
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commits are
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created equal and often developers or
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code in private repositories before they
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push it live if you think this could be
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the case then you could of course head
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on over to their development Docs or
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blog to see what they say about it
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okay so we’ve now been through the
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screening process without even looking
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at any of the projects and I know that
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many of you are thinking that I’m
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excluding a number of projects but this
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is important it’s important to have a
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top-down screening process in order to
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Zone in on those projects that could be
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interesting the next stages of the
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analysis actually involve doing due
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diligence on the projects themselves and
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that takes a lot more time and I think
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something that we can all agree on is
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that time is money so then now that we
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have our list of projects that we want
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to research we can finally look into
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some other specific information if you
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know many investors in the venture
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capital realm you’ll hear that on many
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occasions they mostly pack the team if
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the startup has a great team then that’s
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already a major hurdle cleared for the
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startup business plan itself as such you
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should also place a large emphasis on
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this when initially doing your research
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a team comprised of individuals who have
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a background in the space is really
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important you should also make 100%
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certain that all of their information is
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publicly available and verifiable I
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remember back in the 2017
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ICO craze when fake team credentials
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were used to promote a project
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case in point here is a team of an ICO
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that was conducted back in 2017 notice
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nothing weird there
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yes that Kevin Blow looks a hell of a
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familiar I didn’t know that Ryan Gosling
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moonlighted as a graphic designer
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anyways I don’t think you’ll have such
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an egregious fraud with projects we are
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looking at but it does show how
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important it is to verify their
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credentials
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check out their LinkedIn github Twitter
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and other social ‘s when doing so it’s
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also important to make sure that their
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skills and background are aligned I
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generally prefer it when a project has a
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developer heavy team this is after all
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all about cutting edge technology so
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this should be a preference it does also
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help to have people on board who have a
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business or marketing background as they
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can help forge partnerships which could
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increase adoption and awareness however
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unusually a bit turned off when most of
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the team members are ex marketers and
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self-aggrandizing shills we have enough
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of that in crypto oh and one more thing
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there are still a few projects including
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a pretty well-known one that have
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pseudonymous developers yes Satoshi did
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create the most valuable blockchain in
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the world but in today’s day and age it
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helps to know who is behind a project
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there is a sea of I SEOs that manage to
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exit scam because no one knew who the
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hell they were so certain Okamoto is the
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exception not the norm ok once you’ve
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done your research and are pretty happy
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with the team behind the project it’s
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time to get into the weeds and by that I
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mean the white paper now I know how it
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is many people try to avoid reading over
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the white paper but this is a shame
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there is so much important information
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that you can glean from doing so
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moreover a really crappy or fluffy white
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paper could be another sign that you
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should avoid it you should also read it
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with a pinch of salt as it may not be
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fully updated however it’s an important
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first step in order to get a vague
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understanding of what the project is
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about you don’t have to study it inside
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and out as though you’re writing a
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thesis on it you just have to focus on
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some of the most important points and
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whether they make sense some of these
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include consensus method technology
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stack interoperability scalability use
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cases
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roadmap
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let’s take a look at each of those
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individually shall we the consensus
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method is important as this helps us
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determine not only how secure the
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blockchain is but also whether it’s
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scalable there are a plethora of
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consensus protocols out there with our
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own pros and cons some are pretty unique
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and ingenious others are more plain
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vanila I’m not going to go over it here
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as it’s a topic on its own entirely but
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do note that it’s an important factor
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you should consider the technology stack
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is a pretty broad term but it means the
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general structure of the network how
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broad is it are there numerous different
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layers where additional technology and
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functionality can be built how does this
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technology stack make the project unique
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amongst all of its peers
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interoperability means a protocol can
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interact with other block chains and
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networks this could help the network
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access liquidity and applications from
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other ecosystems while the project may
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not be completely interoperable to start
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it’s great to see a plan to reach that
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holy grail of connectedness scalability
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is one that I’m sure you are pretty
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familiar with it is after all bandied
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about quite frequently quite simply if a
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network cannot scale then it will
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eventually suffer bottlenecks this is
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something that we see with some of the
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most popular block chains today if a
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project has a consensus method that is
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scalable then that is a plus but will
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they also develop other scaling
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solutions
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perhaps off chain etc
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use-cases is pretty self-explanatory the
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only way that you’re really going to get
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adoption for a network and the currency
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is whether there are defined and
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reasonable use cases you also have to
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ask yourself whether these use cases
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make sense or are just a bunch of
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mumbo-jumbo for example who needs a
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cryptocurrency for dentists and yes
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there is a coin that exists like this
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finally we have that roadmap this may
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not always be up-to-date in the white
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paper so I do encourage you to take a
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look on their website if they have it
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but basically a road map is an essential
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part of a growing project it’s one thing
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to have a theoretical construct of what
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you want your network to look like but
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it’s another thing entirely to execute
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on it
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are there defined goals and timelines in
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the road map is it detailed enough to be
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able to measure their performance in
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meeting these goals and timelines based
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on previous milestones have they met
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them or constantly pushed it back with
16:45
delay after delay and while we’re on the
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point of delays I understand that it’s
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sometimes hard to keep to a defined
16:51
timeline when developing such nascent
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tech but there has to come a point where
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a project has to be adequately penalized
16:59
for missing these guidelines there are
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some projects today that despite having
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completed I SEOs back in 2017 have still
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not released a main net anyways as
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mentioned a lot of this stuff may not be
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available in the white paper and it may
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be dated that is why you should then
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take a look at what has been going on
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with the project since it’s been
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released apart from the activity in the
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github you can also take a look at their
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blogs social media and other
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communication channels to see where the
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project is going now something else that
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can really help increase the awareness
17:31
and adoption of a cryptocurrency is of
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course the community how big is it and
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how active are the members there are a
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number of simple tools that you can use
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to ascertain the size of the following
17:42
if you head on over to coin gecko you
17:44
can get a sense of just how many
17:46
followers there are and how active these
17:48
users are you can also head on over back
17:50
to the site that I mentioned and dive
17:52
deeper into their social stats there is
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an entire section for that there for
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example here is the Raiden network
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tokens Twitter sentiment that has had
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some positive mentions over the past few
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days of course for smaller communities
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and projects like this the data can be
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sparse that’s why I like to dive a
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little deeper in order to determine
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exactly what type of community this is
18:15
the caliber and dedication of a project
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community speaks volumes about the
18:20
broader potential well
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jump into the telegram groups or read
18:23
through the forums I can easily get a
18:25
sense of what type of community we’re
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dealing with is there a lot of
18:29
thoughtful discussion going on I use
18:31
this genuinely interested in the
18:32
technology and adoption of the network
18:34
are they helpful and welcoming to new
18:37
members and do they help answer some of
18:39
their questions these are all strong
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community signals in my opinion if
18:44
however I see a flood of memes and
18:46
personal attacks it raises a few red
18:49
flags people who throw around the word
18:52
Fudd for a lack of a solid argument just
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grind my gears and turn me off of a
18:56
project now why is this important well a
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community that is passionate about the
19:01
project has staying power they’re
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interested in seeing the cryptocurrency
19:06
adopted and know the exact reasons as to
19:08
why it will be they’re also willing to
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spend the time to make sure that others
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are aware of the project free marketing
19:15
if you ask me that’s it guys
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my main criteria I use when screening
19:20
for alt coins now there are other
19:22
factors that I take into account but
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this video is getting long perhaps it
19:26
calls for a follow up down the line but
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I do hope that you are able to use some
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of these methods to screen for your own
19:33
alt coins remember time is money and if
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you’re able to Zone in on those projects
19:37
with the most promise really quickly
19:39
you’re already on the right track
19:41
okay so many of you are no doubt
19:43
wondering what might altcoin tips are
19:46
well if it was no coincidence that the
19:48
Raiden Network token was featured in the
19:50
video and screen I think that this is an
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interesting project that not only meets
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all of my criteria but is also one of
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the etherium sidechain scaling solutions
19:59
with the most promise there has also
20:02
been quite a bit of activity on the
20:03
project recently at the end of May
20:05
Rayden released their old around main
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net live on the etherium main net it’s a
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beta release but it’s the first full
20:12
suite version of Raiden I’ve linked to
20:15
the docs below if you want to read them
20:16
now I should of course caveat that I
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don’t personally hold any rdn however it
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is a project that I have my eyes on and
20:23
I will keep you guys updated should I
20:25
decide to scoop some up and that’s it my
20:28
fellow fans I know it’s been a long one
20:30
so thank you for sticking in there I do
20:32
want some of your valuable feedback
20:34
though what do you guys think of mic
20:36
aren’t there any tools that you use to
20:38
screen that I haven’t mentioned I’d love
20:40
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