ICO Education: Understanding Token Supply
The supply of a given coin is one of the most important factors in its price, as well as one of the most misunderstood. You've got circulating supply, max supply, lost tokens, inflation, and a bevy of other factors that can affect a coin's market cap. It's impossible to accurately value a cryptocurrency without understanding its present and future supply. The supply of a given coin is one of the most important factors in its price, as well as one of the most misunderstood. You've got circulating supply, max supply, lost tokens, inflation, and a bevy of other factors that can affect a coin's market cap. Understand circulating supply, and how it relates uniquely to each coin, is an essential part of due diligence.¬†Within our premium, members-only¬†Coinist Insiders Network, our job is to identify early stage cryptocurrencies with a high probability for success before there is any retail hype around them. Within the Insiders Network we have a section called coin distribution analysis where we deeply analyze token supply and distribution based on either an ROI range or by category. This is a critical step for us before we decide to shortlist a project for further analysis. Let's talk about why this type of analysis is so important. This entry was first found by us on December 24, 2018 8:16 AM. Share this content on social media: Have a look at www.coinist.io for complete listings from this source.   Log In to Comment


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