Blockchain Lead @Akoin / Blockchain Consultant @PwC / Partner at @BMA
When conducting fundamental analysis on a coin, you have less metrics to analyze compared to when performing analysis on traditional stocks.
Determining the strength of a community is a measure of its Social Media channels, and its community discussion forums.
For Social Media, check out:
Go to it’s website, and use the links on the left hand side to find where the community lives and breathes.
It’s most likely on either Telegram, Discord, or Slack.
See how active these chat rooms are.
Do people know each other?
If members of the community are familiar with each other thats a good sign that they’ve stuck around for a while.
Are people complaining a lot?
People get antsy fast when devs don’t release new updates, if people are complaining, it might be a sign to stay away from the coin.
Customer service and chat moderation is pivotal to a strong community. If you ask a question about the official wallet and no one gets back to you — that’s not a great sign.
If you ask a question and 5 members of the community answer it — that’s an extremely good sign.
If the members of a community are brand evangelists, and acting almost as customer service reps, they really believe in project.
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