Artificial intelligence, blockchain development and automated trading. How will they shape the crypto economy?

Blockchain technologies and decentralized networks have revolutionized our perception of how money works. Transferring funds, paying taxes, and even getting a cup of coffee at Starbucks will never be the same again.

The possibilities are limitless, and the best part is that everyone gets a fair shot! With the rise…

A detailed dive into how cryptocurrency and DeFi are impacting the global economy, reducing global inequality, and supporting traditional financial institutions

Long gone are the days when we used to discuss whether cryptocurrency could be a valuable alternative to fiat currency. It is now obvious that it can. However, it is also apparent that fiat currency is here to stay, at the very least for a few more decades. That said…

First-come-first-served vs. oversubscription vs. auctions — which one is better?

There are many ways organizers can structure their ICO fundraising campaigns — capped vs. uncapped models, auctions, first-come-first-served, and others.

The main question is: which model works best and why as a project developer I should choose one model or another?

The recipe of a perfect token sale

First of all, it is important to know the…

What is the market cap, token supply, number of decimals, and other terminology of token economy

When creating your token using a Layer 2 solution (on top of Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, or Solana networks), all your token business logic and code will be inside a smart contract — a transaction protocol that automatically executes actions and events written in its conditions/code.

Thus, since you cannot…

3 coins with well-designed tokenomics vs. 3 projects with poorly-designed tokens — what do they have in common?

Designing the economics of a token is what every cryptocurrency project has to go through in its project lifecycle.

There are thousands of different coins listed on CoinMarketCap, however, there is not much written about what differentiates tokens with good tokenomics from the bad ones?

Let’s delve into the examples.

Examples of projects with well-designed tokenomics

1. Polkadot (DOT)

Decentralized applications (dApps) are changing the level of freedom and privacy that ordinary Internet users can enjoy when interacting with software.

For a long time, software products have been a key factor in making services more accessible to the public. Think about the number of people who no longer had to outsource simple tasks like typing letters or basic book-keeping when Microsoft Office dropped.

But while software can be amazing when…

What % should you set for transaction fees for your ICO and how to distribute them

When launching the token, you inevitably face the question: What will be the network tax for my token holders?

The question of transaction fees is not widely covered in any existing sources.

Transaction fee (also commonly known as Token Tax) is a fee taken by the network from each transaction.

Max Yampolsky

Building Web 3.0 products. Creating new economies. Crypto/DeFi advisor. Co-founder @ OB Trading / Scalifier.

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