There are several factors to look out for when we analyse any coin:
● Development and releases
● Community and reviews
● Liquidity and volume
● Real-world use case
● Social Activity
● Price history
● Market cap
● Successful products have great teams behind them.
● What can you find out about the team?
● Look at the senior management: who are they, where they are from, what’s their history? If there is a skilled team with a wealth of experience, that’s definitely a good sign.
● Crypto projects often have roadmaps in one form or another. They show what upcoming plans there are to move the project forward. Take a look at these plans and see what you think.
Development and releases
● Just like a roadmap looks into the future, you can look back and see how a project has performed over time in terms of development.
● If there is a healthy history of releases, that’s a good look.
● Whitepapers outline the essential details of a project. They are technical documents, but they are important. They will detail everything you need to know about how it works, which can massively influence your investment decisions.
● Read whitepapers before investing.
● In crypto, partnerships are important for assigning value, but make sure you understand the details of the partnership before passing judgment.
Community and reviews
● Take a dive into the community and read reviews about the project. See what different people have to say about it.
Liquidity and volume
● Liquidity is the ability of a coin to be easily converted into cash or other coins.
● Liquidity is important for all tradable assets including cryptocurrencies. Low liquidity levels mean that market volatility is present, causing spikes in cryptocurrency prices. High liquidity, on the other hand, means there is a stable market, with few fluctuations in price.
Real-world use case
● This is important. While a project may have great fundamentals, ask yourself whether it has to use blockchain and have its own cryptocurrency. If it doesn’t, that is something to think about. It could sway long-term value, one way or another.
● It is the easiest way to earn money in crypto.
● You just have to keep a close eye on social media platforms like Twitter, Telegram, Reddit, etc. beware of fake accounts.
● Cryptocurrencies come and go. If a project has been established for a long time and has consistently maintained value relative to other cryptos, perhaps it has longevity.
● However, larger returns may be found from smaller, relatively unknown coins that breakout and become mainstream
● A market cap takes into account the supply of crypto and derives the actual value based on that.
● Take into account the market cap to see the potential for growth. Projects with larger market caps most likely have smaller growth potential relative to lower cap ones.