ICO + Token Research
Our research reports on ICOs and tokens use a detailed quantitative and qualitative analysis with our proprietary valuation model when formulating our thesis. We focus on the major variables that determine success to help token buyers gain a deeper understanding of the projected performance of ICOs, token launches and platforms.
The payment processing industry has been going through significant technological changes. Many companies have been adopting blockchain technologies to reduce the costs and improve the efficiency of their systems. OmiseGo is a promising project backed by a stellar management team with seasoned advisors. Can a young company compete with giants like PayPal and Visa?Access Report
The world of investment management has become an extremely competitive space. Iconomi is a platform that allows “anyone from beginners to blockchain experts to invest in and manage digital assets.” However the company has to address certain issues that could hamper its growth.Access Report
Real Estate has always been considered to be a conservative investment. Global geographic diversification is desired by many real estate investors, but only a few can do it due to the complexity and costs associated with the process. Propy will seamlessly facilitate cross-border transactions online. Will "the world’s first international real estate marketplace" execute on their vision?Access Report
The majority of people today give out their information without protecting it. Civic is a platform that allows users to have control over their internet identity and decide who gets to access the information.Access Report
Financial Institutions play an important role in our day-to-day activities. However, technologies and humanity tends to progress a lot quicker and financial institutions find it challenging to adapt at the same rate. Polybius is a regulated bank for the digital generation that supposedly solves this issue. In this report, our team of analysts estimated the future potential and feasibility of the project.Access Report