What is the Coinpaper Score?

Coinpaper Score

The Coinpaper Score (CP) is a manual, weighted score (1-5) that consists of multiple qualitative factors.

This score should support the analysis of potentials and dangers in crypto projects in detail.

The evaluated factors for the subtopics are listed below:

1. Part PRODUCT, consists of:

Scandals & highlights:

  • What were significant highlights or scandals around this coin/project or the team?

Development:

  • Has the team met past deadlines and are problems currently being worked on?

Purpose:

  • What problem does the coin try to solve?

Product:

  • Information about the availability and usability of a product for the intended purpose?

Founders:

  • Who invented/founded the coin?

2. Part MARKET, consists of:

Prediction:

  • What’s our prediction for the coin based on the given facts?

Projects:

  • Are there projects to support the coin which are currently being developed or planned?

Potential:

  • What’s the financial potential that the coin could reach based on the maximum of users that would use the coin?

Substitutes:

  • Are other cryptocurrencies successfully trying to solve the same problem?

Partnerships:

  • Do other influential companies support the cryptocurrency?

Community:

  • Is the community involved or does it contribute to the project’s success?

Developer team:

  • What’s known about the current team members?