Crypfo.info has created a suite of its own frameworks for establishing the fundamentals of a crypto project. In deriving the proper models and frameworks, universal foundational laws were applied (in no specific order):
— A projects 3 fundamental scores are evaluated and established against itself. Projects grades by no means are dependant on one another; if two very technologically similar projects score very differently from one another no slack is given to the lower scorer.
— A project’s final grades are rated against themselves and the standard of the greater crypto ecosystem.
— Every grade is subjected to and influenced by its own Industry, Purpose, and Archetype.
— Privacy centric projects are likely to lack sensitive public information, henceforth their models are weighted differently.
— The Community & Value Proposition scores directly impact the outcome of a projects final score, whereas the Governance merely acts as an amplifier to the grade.
— Low grades in one of 3 fundamentals do not necessitate a low final score, however, a low final score necessitates low fundamental scores.
The frameworks are applied in 4 generalized segments:
AIM is a framework used to deduce the Archetype of a crypto asset.
The A.I.M. framework is used as a guiding map to explore an asset’s intrinsic qualities and characteristics.
Not all Crypto-assets are made equally; an crypto asset can fall into 4 generalized classifications:
– Currency – Security
– Utility – Reward
Given the still young and abstract nature of crypto, some assets can fall into multiple frameworks at the same time; Most commonly, A crypto is both a Utility & a Currency. Whenever a layover happens, the dominant identity is selected.
When establishing where on the scale between 0 – 100 a crypto-assets fundamental aspects place it, Crypfo.info aggregates as much possible publicly accessible information as possible.
Whenever establishing an assets final score, abstract concepts such as information obfuscation (as in the case with Privacy assets) are accounted for and included in the grade.
“Risk class” is a parameter used to define a project’s likelihood of impacting its participants financially.
There are 5 risk classifications: (A/B/C/D/F) each with a variant of +/-, While traditionally high risk usually mean high reward, in Crypfo’s framework High-risk does not always mean high reward.
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