We combine different data sources to get a reliability score for new (and existing) Blockchain-based projects. We send you a report containing more than 1,300 cryptocurrency in which the cryptocurrencies are sorted by our reliability score. You can use our report to do further research on the most reliable projects. The report is explained in the newsletter, which we update once a week.
We combine data from Reddit and CoinMarketCap and many additional sources. We also look at price indicators for detecting abnormal behaviour like Pump & Dump strategies.
The following plot was generated by combining information from CoinMarketCap:
Data derived from this plot and other indicators is used to estimate the potential growth of a project and to detect abnormal behaviour in the price.
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