SC ICO + Token Research Reports

Matthew Roszak

“Strategic Coin’s research provides critical insight and transparency to this new and exciting technology frontier.”

Matthew Roszak
Chairman & Co-Founder of Bloq/Metronome

Strategic Coin Research Reports on token generation events (TGEs) and utility tokens use a proprietary, viability assessment model which includes a detailed quantitative and qualitative analysis of the utility token, token economy, and their blockchain platform. We focus on the major variables that determine success, such as use case, quality of management, technology strength and community engagement, to help utility token buyers gain a deeper understanding of the project and platform.

Qtum is a Singapore-based cryptocurrency that is a combination of Bitcoin, Proof-of-Stake, and the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM). Like Ethereum, Qtum is designed to provide a platform for smart contracts and decentralized applications (dApps) to be developed.

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CanYa received an above average rating for a new platform, and we feel comfortable with the commitment and abilities displayed by CanYa’s founders and advisory team. The CanYa team’s strengths lie in its support from its developers, advisors, and surrounding community. Areas that we will monitor for improvement are continued growth in community engagement and steps taken to improve the protocol and security.

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Until now tokens have been yoked to a particular blockchain, meaning another technology could possibly come along and usurp it. Metronome hopes to breakout of this blockchain evolutionary cycle by being able to enter and exit any blockchain that best meets its needs throughout the years.

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Utilizing smart contract technology, Metronome is built to function simultaneously on multiple blockchains. Users can easily port their metronome tokens (MTN) from one blockchain to another to take advantage of bitcoin’s unparalleled security, for instance, or ethereum’s fifteen-second transaction settlement period.

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Refereum, a San Francisco-based decentralized marketing platform, is gearing up for the public sale of its token next month that could raise as much as $25 million. In an interview with Strategic Coin, Refereum co-founder Dylan Jones said majority of the proceeds will be used to further expand its platform as well as attract game product launchers and developers.

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Founded in 2014 in Silicon Valley, California, is a corporation that facilitates the buying and selling of digital goods. Prior to the invention of the Ethereum blockchain and ERC20 utility tokens, Gameflip developed one of the leading centralized digital goods marketplaces in the sector. Now they’re planning to move its success onto the blockchain.

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Even though the market is growing quickly, it is difficult for gamers to find ways to make money through tournaments, offering their skillset for hire, or by selling gaming products. Gizer seeks to solve this problem by creating a mobile gaming marketplace that allows gamers to connect and compete with people like them around the world.

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Refereum allows gaming influencers to monetize their followings while reducing marketing and advertising costs for game development companies. Worldwide, the gaming industry will generate over $108 billion in sales in 2017 and is growing.

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Decentralized e-commerce applications like The Block are the next evolution of buying and selling on the internet. The Block team envisions a world in which free trade is available globally, regardless of your nationality, what language you speak, or what type of currency you use.

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