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We are a rating agency that issues independent analytical research, evaluating ICO projects and assigning them ratings.
Investing in ICOs is a potentially hyper-profitable, yet high-risk industry. The market for ICOs is currently at the development stage and is not yet fully regulated, and there is no reliable set of criteria for the evaluation of projects; all of which creates potential pitfalls for investors.
We aim to develop clear assessment standards for projects and assign ratings based on a transparent and standardized scale. A profound and unbiased analysis of a project (the technical features of its platform, the business model, the team, strengths and weaknesses of the decentralized infrastructure, etc) allows us to objectively evaluate risks and create a complete picture of the project and its potential.
A rating conducted by us provides investors with a foundation for making a well-informed and reasoned decision. At the same time it demonstrates the openness and commitment of the project founders, thus making it more investor-attractive, and raising a project's chances of conducting a successful ICO.
Our main mission is to help the market achieve the necessary standards of quality, transparency and reliability.
Our multinational team consists of more than 50 experts who have backgrounds in finance and investment banking, and specialize narrowly in evaluating companies in the fields of blockchain, cryptocurrencies and ICOs/ITOs.
We provide a wide-range of ICO and cryptocurrency services to individuals, organizations and institutions. We can be contacted for details and customized project needs.
We are constantly engaged in research of the blockchain technology and cryptocurrency industry so as to have our best foot forward in providing our audiences with the right information that might guide their decision making. We are constant in-touch with key industry players to ensure that information that we churn out are to a larger extent verified.
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Each category is an aggregate of five essential, category-specific items.
Each item is scored on a scale of 1 (worst) to 5 (best), with examples given for the kind of impression that relates to each score.
The category score is an average of its five item scores.
The overall rating for the ICO is made up of all the category ratings.
You can use a simple average, or a weighted average, where you assign weights to the different categories reflecting the relative importance you place on each one.
While the item scores themselves are based on your impression and therefore subjective, the overall effect is to organize the evaluation and provide a systematic, self-consistent measure.
This allows you to assess ICOs and compare them to one another, on the same terms.
Ratings on a Curve
We understand that it is important to look at each individual ICO within the larger picture of the ICO industry as a whole.
We took all the ICOs that we have reviewed to date and distributed it along a graph to see where they stand compared to a normal distribution curve. The blue graph on the right is CryptoRated’s rating distribution, from which we calculate the mean and standard deviation (along with the median and mode), which are the parameters used for the normal distribution in red.
Using a normal distribution to evaluate ICO ratings.
The rating averages currently range from 1.34 to 4.28, leaving the extremes (near 1 and 5) unpopulated. Rating on a curve means that the final ratings are given according to the parameters of the normal (or other) distribution, which are themselves calculated from the sample data.
From the normal distribution, we calculate the cumulative distribution, and use it to calculate the adjusted rating corresponding to each raw rating. This will turn a 4.1 (and above) into a 4.9xx, and a 1.8 (and below) into a 1.0xx.