Welcome to the second instalment of the rich-list case study on Constellation. If you missed the first post in the series, you can find it here. I'd recommend giving it a read if this is your first interaction with a rich-list case study, as it will help clarify many of the points I cover and the reasoning behind my evaluations.
Given the response to the first rich-list case study series that I published late last year on Stratis, I figured that it would be helpful to publish a new series to reiterate some of the key takeaways and see how results differ across different cryptocurrencies. For this series, I will be focusing my efforts on Constellation.
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.