Since Bitcoin was introduced in 2009 many  altcoins  have emerged in the cryptomarket. Many of them are pretending to be the next generation coin that is faster in terms of transaction time or wider in terms of application. When approaching any coin an investor should always consider some of it’s features and how it could really be utilised.

Investors should always look at the efforts that are being made behind any coin to make sure that the specific coin could secure its future.

First, it should be done in terms of security. So, any coin that is pretending to be digital money that is intended to be used to buy something should be built and be functional without any delays, downtime, fraud resistant and is able to withstand any third-party interference. It is easier said than done. That is why there is so little digital money in the market like Ethereum and Bitcoin itself. These are the most popular coins which can be used to buy something in a real world too. Algorithms, unique blockchains, smart contracts and decentralized applications that enable for a separate virtual network to be built within the ecosystem would certainly be a bright indicator for likely success.

Then any investor should distinguish a coin that is a value token from others that represent a stake in a crypto project sometimes called a security token.

The latter is designed as a security, but at some point, they may expand beyond that. The Binance coin was distributed in 2017 via the  initial coin offering (ICO  ) to finance the Binance platform creation and upgrades, as well as the Binance ecosystem. And that’s where Binance passed its peers as it expanded to numerous applications, including payments within the Binance chain itself, travel bookings, entertainment, online and financial services. That has made the Binance coin the third largest cryptocurrency in the world, serving the world’s largest Cryptocurrency exchange. However, the main use of the Binance coin is to pay for transactions and trading fees on the Binance exchange. This coin has the largest community on Twitter, as it has 6.6 million followers, while Bitcoin on the second place has only 3.9 million.

Stablecoins makeup the other class of crypto assets that are backed by a reserve asset, which could be a reserve currency like the U.S. Dollar or the Euro, or some valuables like gold or silver.

Such coins are backed by a reserve of the given asset that is maintained by independent custodians and are regularly audited. Crypto-collateralized stablecoins are backed by a basket containing a large number of cryptocurrencies to avoid excessive volatility. Non-collateralized stablecoins are backed by the algorithm that increases or decreases supply according to the demand for this particular stablecoin. Stablecoins are usually treated as a major threat for central governments and their currencies as they are supposed to replace them at some point. That is why the Libra, that was introduced by Facebook, came under fire from U.S. lawmakers and was replaced by Diem that is not linked directly to Meta Platforms which incorporate Facebook’s social network. Thether, Binance USD, Dai, USD Coin, TerraUSD are bright examples of existing stablecoins. Such classes of assets are less vulnerable and are easily tracked though independent reserve custodians and regular audit, including the non-collateralized stablecoins.

To understand the popularity of the particular coin you may refer to the specialized websites that are tracking the cryptomarket. The overall capitalization and other metrics like active addresses, number of transactions, or mining activity could pinpoint the most demanded cryptos.

The last class of crypto assets are non-fungible tokens (NFT’s), which are actually quite different from any cryptocurrency that is fungible. Such NFT’s are rather a certificate that confirm the right of ownership. If the underlying asset is a real piece of art or a property then you can always refer to a particular market of such assets to understand the value of the underlying asset. But, in case of virtual underlying assets like virtual real estate or land or even a yacht, that market is only being shaped now. And it must be distinguished by the “region” or the surrounding virtual environment, or even a popular place for celebrities. And that value is hard to be justified. However, such assets may be quite promising and may rise in price in the future.

Some crypto assets, however, are created on the hype wave and are short-lived.

The Squid coin is a recent bright example of a scam that was inspired by Netflix’s Squid Game series and has nothing behind it.

Some other examples are trickier like Dogecoin or Shiba Inu. Such coins were driven primarily by one individual that is Elon Musk and are supported by his controversial statements, like a Dogecoin that would be accepted by Tesla. But Musk has previously promised that Tesla would accept Bitcoins but it never did. Sometimes the crowd has misinterpreted Musk’s massages or hyped on them as some coins like Starlink or Floki Inu. For example, in the beginning of November Musk’s tweet about Vikings on the Moon inspired Flocki enthusiasts to push the price to an all-time high, while the coin lost half of its value afterwards.

Michael Domar, CEO TomiEx exchange and TEX coinhttps://tomiex-tex.com/

Since Bitcoin was introduced in 2009 many  altcoins  have emerged in the cryptomarket. Many of them are pretending to be the next generation coin that is faster in terms of transaction time or wider in terms of application. When approaching any coin an investor should always consider some of it’s features and how it could really be utilised.

Investors should always look at the efforts that are being made behind any coin to make sure that the specific coin could secure its future.

First, it should be done in terms of security. So, any coin that is pretending to be digital money that is intended to be used to buy something should be built and be functional without any delays, downtime, fraud resistant and is able to withstand any third-party interference. It is easier said than done. That is why there is so little digital money in the market like Ethereum and Bitcoin itself. These are the most popular coins which can be used to buy something in a real world too. Algorithms, unique blockchains, smart contracts and decentralized applications that enable for a separate virtual network to be built within the ecosystem would certainly be a bright indicator for likely success.

Then any investor should distinguish a coin that is a value token from others that represent a stake in a crypto project sometimes called a security token.

The latter is designed as a security, but at some point, they may expand beyond that. The Binance coin was distributed in 2017 via the  initial coin offering (ICO  ) to finance the Binance platform creation and upgrades, as well as the Binance ecosystem. And that’s where Binance passed its peers as it expanded to numerous applications, including payments within the Binance chain itself, travel bookings, entertainment, online and financial services. That has made the Binance coin the third largest cryptocurrency in the world, serving the world’s largest Cryptocurrency exchange. However, the main use of the Binance coin is to pay for transactions and trading fees on the Binance exchange. This coin has the largest community on Twitter, as it has 6.6 million followers, while Bitcoin on the second place has only 3.9 million.

Stablecoins makeup the other class of crypto assets that are backed by a reserve asset, which could be a reserve currency like the U.S. Dollar or the Euro, or some valuables like gold or silver.

Such coins are backed by a reserve of the given asset that is maintained by independent custodians and are regularly audited. Crypto-collateralized stablecoins are backed by a basket containing a large number of cryptocurrencies to avoid excessive volatility. Non-collateralized stablecoins are backed by the algorithm that increases or decreases supply according to the demand for this particular stablecoin. Stablecoins are usually treated as a major threat for central governments and their currencies as they are supposed to replace them at some point. That is why the Libra, that was introduced by Facebook, came under fire from U.S. lawmakers and was replaced by Diem that is not linked directly to Meta Platforms which incorporate Facebook’s social network. Thether, Binance USD, Dai, USD Coin, TerraUSD are bright examples of existing stablecoins. Such classes of assets are less vulnerable and are easily tracked though independent reserve custodians and regular audit, including the non-collateralized stablecoins.

To understand the popularity of the particular coin you may refer to the specialized websites that are tracking the cryptomarket. The overall capitalization and other metrics like active addresses, number of transactions, or mining activity could pinpoint the most demanded cryptos.

The last class of crypto assets are non-fungible tokens (NFT’s), which are actually quite different from any cryptocurrency that is fungible. Such NFT’s are rather a certificate that confirm the right of ownership. If the underlying asset is a real piece of art or a property then you can always refer to a particular market of such assets to understand the value of the underlying asset. But, in case of virtual underlying assets like virtual real estate or land or even a yacht, that market is only being shaped now. And it must be distinguished by the “region” or the surrounding virtual environment, or even a popular place for celebrities. And that value is hard to be justified. However, such assets may be quite promising and may rise in price in the future.

Some crypto assets, however, are created on the hype wave and are short-lived.

The Squid coin is a recent bright example of a scam that was inspired by Netflix’s Squid Game series and has nothing behind it.

Some other examples are trickier like Dogecoin or Shiba Inu. Such coins were driven primarily by one individual that is Elon Musk and are supported by his controversial statements, like a Dogecoin that would be accepted by Tesla. But Musk has previously promised that Tesla would accept Bitcoins but it never did. Sometimes the crowd has misinterpreted Musk’s massages or hyped on them as some coins like Starlink or Floki Inu. For example, in the beginning of November Musk’s tweet about Vikings on the Moon inspired Flocki enthusiasts to push the price to an all-time high, while the coin lost half of its value afterwards.

Michael Domar, CEO TomiEx exchange and TEX coinhttps://tomiex-tex.com/