Where is the Cryptocurrency Hype?

Ethereum, IOSToken, EOS, Cardano,  ICX?

The Cryptocurrency hype continues to build on 3rd generation blockchains that focus on scalability and "handling large numbers" so to speak.  Most of this hype continues to surround EOS, which can handle a lot of transactions per second on it's own blockchain, IOST, which has similar benefits on this.  ZIL looks to continue building hype alongside Ethereum but at a faster rate of course due to the smaller size.  This is in part that both will be utilizing "Sharding" as a method to now increase their transactions per second and operate as a high functioning blockchain for smart contracts and Dapps.  It is also said that NEO has invested into the ZIL blockchain.

The other two smart contract competitors Cardano and ICX continue to perform at a lesser rate than their competitors.  NEO has not had any movement at all after it's ONT airdrop. 

EOS has outperformed everybody over the past few months with their PR of their mainnet reaching millions on a global scale.

 

How To Spot a Scam Coin (Crypto)

In our current era of investing in Digital Currencies, over 90% of coins being created right now are scams.  They will not last, and their Initial Coin Offering funding round is simply to collect money from investors.  They can easily abandon the project and things would go to 0.  It's up to us to be diligent in our research and manage our risk when investing in ICO's. 

Here are some of the key factors to be aware of when researching an ICO:

Look at their management team
Check out their linkedins,
Check tech and financial background,
Check educational background
Determine what kind of person they are
Youtube interviews of this person.  

Check out their funding structure, and the intentions of their funding structureInspect who their investors are.  Are these investors reputable in the crypto space? 
Roger Ver, Fen Bu Shi Capital, these are examples of digital currency investors that are reputable.

Underlying Fundamentals of their blockchain technology or coin
Do they have a white paper?  
Is their technology unique or feasible? 
Will it last?
Does it solve any major issues?

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