Large Market When evaluating token projects, filter out projects that are focused on small markets. You want both 1 a large market and 2 a large market opportunity. If so, how much? Furthermore, there needs to be a feasible opportunity within that market for the company to enter and expand. A market opportunity could be a product or service that is cheaper, better, or faster than what currently existing.
They leverage blockchain technology to improve efficiency in products and services typically by removing middle-men or antiquated processes. But these types of incremental changes do not make for good bets. For newly minted cryptos, you want to look for a step-change from what came before. Could I buy a cell phone, digital camera, calculator, and flashlight?
In crypto, look for people offering something that 1 is truly better than what came before it or 2 was not possible without a blockchain system. Aligned Incentives Cryptocurrencies offer a unique opportunity to align the incentives of everyone participating in a project — from the founders, early developers, token holders, and community members.
The most direct way to participate is to purchase the token and vote. That said, there are also opportunities for token projects to encourage members without them explicitly purchasing anything. For instance, Steemit is a social media platform that allows you to earn Steem Media Tokens SMT for posting valuable content to their community.
Storjanother blockchain project, allows you rent idle storage capacity on your computer to earn crypto. You can think of it as a decentralized Dropbox. Hilo provides opportunity to earn HILO tokens for actions related to being a helpful, active community member.
Long-Term Vision Continuing off of the previous point, successful projects make progress today but build towards an ambitious, long-term vision that will truly revolutionize their target market. Teams spent as little as possible on player salaries. The league, however, was not interested in expansion at the time.
Rebuffed in his attempts to gain at least part ownership in an NFL team, Hunt conceived the idea of a rival professional football league, the American Football League.
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