Following on from the previous two instalments of this rich-list case study series, in this final post of the series, I will be looking at what conclusions can be drawn from not only the prior two weeks of activity but the study as a whole. It has now been a little over 5 weeks since the first instalment was published and so we will have enough data to make some confident assertions as to the speculative nature of Stratis at present.
Hello, hello and welcome to final Market Outlook of this year and this decade. As such, I'll be covering more altcoins than usual, looking at Bitcoin, Ethereum and Monero, as usual, plus THETA, Komodo, NKN and Credits. Fret not, however, as this won't be the final blog post of the decade, as I do have another Coin Report coming and the third instalment of the Stratis rich-list case study series. After that, I'll be taking a long holiday until the New Year... Regarding recent price-action, there has been quite a lot of chop over the past week and, despite the volatility in Bitcoin, altcoins are generally holding up pretty well, with many making further advances. I'll refrain from any further preamble and crack on with the analyses:
Welcome to the 40th Coin Report. In today’s report, I will be assessing the fundamental and technical strengths and weaknesses of DMme. This will be comprised of an analysis of a number of significant metrics, an evaluation of the project’s community and development and an overview of its price-history. The report will conclude with a grading out of 10.