Bear Market Research: This is What You NEED To Be Doing!!

The crypto bear market has many seasoned Crypto holders calling on their Communities to take advantage of this Opportunity by finding promising coins And tokens for the next crypto bull Market However doing your own research is Easier said than done especially when it Comes to cryptocurrency and though we’ve Done a video on this topic before the Way we do our research here has evolved So today i’m going to tell you exactly How we research cryptocurrencies here at The coin bureau so that you can find the Best coins and tokens and make the next Crypto bull run a life-changing event [Music] Before we dig you need to know about This gig financial advisor is not my Config i am an educator and entertainer Who will make your brain big please Contact a financial advisor if your Portfolio looks like a rotten fig Now if this is your first time here my Name is guy and i can confirm that Crypto is not going to disappear that’s Why i create the highest quality crypto Content to help you explore this Exciting new frontier Coins tokens news and reviews explained In a way that’s simple and clear so if This fills you with cheer subscribe to The channel and ping that notification Bell to become my peer

Now that we’re in gear let’s look at What you need to persevere in the crypto Sphere The first step to researching a crypto Project is to find its official youtube Channel if you can’t then it’s possible That this youtube channel is under the Name of the company that built the Project or the non-profit which oversees Its development In some cases the project may not have a Youtube channel at all and in these Cases you should try and find a Community run channel or even a youtuber Who covers this crypto project Exclusively Now crypto specific youtubers can be Extremely helpful if you want to keep up With what’s going on Assuming you’ve found a youtube channel For the project go to its videos and Scroll all the way down until you find The first one be sure to take note of The date this first video was posted as This will be relevant when you check When the project was founded Besides the date the first video was Posted you want to assess how frequently The official youtube channel of this Project has been uploading and how many Views those uploads have You can even sort the videos based on Views to get a sense of what the project Is known for in practice

After that skim through the video titles To see if there’s anything that you Think might be relevant to watch such as An explanation of what the project is or How it works a roadmap release or update And most importantly interviews with the Project’s founders Now if you watched our video about how To spot a coin you’ll know that the Founders of a crypto project can be a Strong indicator of whether that coin or Token is worth your time and money Case in point many experienced investors Focus on the founders including Many crypto vcs Watching interviews and taking notes Should be considered as the bread and Butter of your research process Listen closely to why the founder Started the project their explanation of How the project works what they do at The project and what future milestones They foresee for it also consider the Consistency of these responses across Interviews as this will reveal whether They’re the real deal or just making Things up If you’re lucky the founder will admit That there are issues with their project And explain what they are Now not only is this a sign of humility But it’s also very important information To know Depending on the age of the project and

How talkative the founder is you might Find dozens or even hundreds of Interviews if that’s the case sort them Chronologically i.e based on the time They were uploaded and choose one or two From each month Pro tip use youtube search settings for This Once you’ve got a grasp of how the Project got started how it works and how The founder is involved you can turn Your focus to things like milestones and Challenges which are typically discussed At the end of each interview Another pro tip use the timestamps in The description and listen at 2x speed If you’re pushed for time The second step to researching a crypto Project is to look at authoritative Secondary sources such as coin market Cap binance research and especially Missouri On coin coinmarketcap you typically get A short summary of the project when you Scroll down the page and sometimes Coinmarketcap will even have an in-depth Explainer on their cryptoeducation hub Called alexandria If you can’t find a summary chances are The project is new or not very well Known As for binance research googling the Name of the project plus the words Binance research or binance academy

Should give you some very useful Resources If you don’t find anything that’s again Because the project is either new or not Very well known which isn’t necessarily A bad thing With masari you should be able to find Most if not all the info you need unless The project is fresh out of the gates or Extremely obscure You’ll find this info by clicking on the Profile tab of the project’s main page I’ll reiterate that you should worry if You can’t find any info about the Project you’re researching on these Websites If you can’t even find any info about The project on the website of the Exchanges it’s trading on either then That means you’ll have to focus on Primary sources Now i should note that authoritative Secondary sources can be a double-edged Sword because while they often provide Very high quality profiles about crypto Projects it’s very rare that they’re Ever fully up to date Even so they tend to have all the info You need to make the concepts about that Crypto project click especially the Tokenomics This is why massari is such an amazing Resource the token economics section in A cryptocurrency’s profile can be a gold

Mine and we often use images from this Section If you can’t find any info about a Crypto project’s tokenomics via any of The secondary resources i just mentioned The last place to check is ico tracking Websites like ico drops These should have all the details you Need to get a sense of whether most of The supply is in circulation or held by Insiders Another useful resource related to Tokenomics is a website called Crunchbase This site will tell you how much money The crypto project has raised in total And when these funding rounds took place You can find that info by clicking on The total funding amount widget on the Main page Note that the funding rounds on Crunchbase are not always correct and You might have to put the name of the Company that built the project or the Non-profit that coordinates its Development in to get the funding Information for the actual project Itself Now post ico funding is actually one of The most important factors to keep in Mind when analyzing crypto projects During a bear market because it means They have no shortage of runway to keep Building you can find out what the other

Factors are using the link in the Description Anyways the third step to researching a Crypto project is to look at that Project’s website from top to bottom and I mean that in every sense of the word Leave absolutely no stone unturned A good place to start is with the terms And conditions and privacy policy pages Which can usually be found at the bottom Of a project’s website feel free to read Through both if you have the time but The only info that’s really important Here is the name of the entity that’s Running the website If you’re lucky you’ll see this info at The very bottom of the website’s main Page As i mentioned earlier most crypto Projects were built by a software Company but are legally owned and Operated by a non-profit This magical setup seems to protect most Crypto projects from regulation Regardless almost every crypto project Has some sort of registered entity Behind it and you’d be surprised at how Difficult it can be to identify this Entity even with larger projects Now more often than not the name of the Entity that’s noted in the terms and or Privacy policy pages of a crypto Project’s website is a software company Or non-profit with a similar name if you

Find a company that doesn’t sound Similar at all then try and google Around to see if you can find any Information about it In my experience crunchbase should have The information you’re looking for which Is stuff like when the company was Founded who founded it and where it’s Based This is the point at which you want to Start double checking that everything You heard from the founder is accurate Remember that crunchbase isn’t always Correct but if the dates company names And locations are completely off then That is a red flag Either that or you’re looking at the Wrong company Once you’ve found the entity behind the Project check to see if they have a Website too and go through absolutely Everything there as well Take notes as you go along and make sure To check if they have a blog or medium Page Set those aside for later Now having scrolled down to the bottom Of a crypto project’s website you should See all the other pages that the main Page redirects to Not all crypto project websites are Organized like this and what’s annoying Is that some of them will even have Links to pages that aren’t mentioned at

The bottom That’s why we go through every single Link to see where it leads and you’d be Surprised at the crazy stuff we Sometimes find I suggest doing the same if you have the Time but unless crypto is your full-time Job you might want to stick to the pages That are easier to access Pages to pay extra close attention to Are any related to tokenomics roadmaps Or milestones faq pages and especially The developer documentation In terms of tokenomics you need to ask Yourself one simple question and that’s Whether there are enough demand drivers For that coin or token to outweigh the New supply and sell pressure coming from Early investors the team the non-profit Behind the project and miners or Validators You’ll find that most cryptocurrencies Don’t make the cut on this front but so Long as a project has a unique value Proposition that’s easy to understand And a large community which believes in Whatever vision it has Speculation alone could be enough for a Pump we’ll come back to that later Now road maps and milestones are Similarly straightforward ideally they Will make the supply and demand equation More attractive for the coin or token or They will at least be significant enough

To stir speculation among current and Future holders of that coin or token You will have to be the judge of this Now faq pages are important because this Is where you’ll often find the issues The project has This can be something as simple as user Experience issues or something as Complex as minor or validator Centralization coming from the entities Behind the project Be wary of regulations as well Now the developer documentation contains All the details that help you Differentiate a project from its Competitors This includes stuff like tokenomics Staking rewards staking parameters Transaction speeds governance processes And even how a cryptocurrency’s Blockchain history is being stored Some of you may remember that we found Something about that last bit in our Video about mina protocol and you can Find out what it was by watching our Video about that project using the link In the description Anyhow the fourth step to researching a Crypto project is to go through its blog And or medium page from start to finish That’s right from first post to most Recent post and always check both Because the overlap isn’t always perfect Similarly to watching interviews with

The founder of a project scrolling Through blog and medium posts from start To finish will give you an idea of how The project has progressed and whether It has stayed the course or has Repeatedly changed its focus As with watching interviews reading Through blog and medium posts will Occasionally reveal some details about The project that can’t be found anywhere Else and more often than not it’s Something that can be a huge red flag In our experience these red flags have Related mostly to tokenomics as the Earliest posts of many projects explain Exactly how their coins or tokens were Distributed who invested how long the Tokens are vesting for and so on And yes we cover every blog post too Now crypto projects also tend to reveal Their road maps and upcoming milestones In a blog or medium post and if you pay Close attention you can sometimes find Milestones even though they haven’t been Explicitly mentioned For example if you can see that the Project you’re examining has partnered With a bigger project that you know to Be good this could be a sign that the Project you’re examining is on the radar Of other big crypto projects and Possibly even crypto exchanges and Institutional investors Logically this foreshadows top-tier

Exchange listings and potentially Post-ico funding which you’ll recall is A tell-tale sign of a quality project The same logic also works in reverse if The crypto project you’re examining is Already fairly big you’re likely to come Across many up-and-coming projects it Has partnered with or are part of its Ecosystem This could let you get in early or even Participate in the ico for that Up-and-coming cryptocurrency If you’re looking for a guide on how to Find promising cryptocurrency icos look No further than the link in the Description The fifth step to researching a crypto Project is to go through all the Headlines it has made if any If you watched our first video about how To research cryptocurrencies you’ll know That coin telegraph coindesk decrypt and Cryptoslate are good resources to use Here a fifth crypto news site to Consider is the block but keep in mind That it’s apparently not possible to Sort news headlines by date when you Search so pay extra close attention to The dates as you might have gathered This step involves entering the name of The crypto project you’re researching Into the five largest crypto news sites Ordering the headlines chronologically And sifting through them all in almost

The same way as you did for the blog or Medium posts You’ll quickly notice that each crypto Media outlet has its biases so don’t be Too surprised if you find zero headlines About the crypto project on one or more Of these new Don’t let the headlines go to your head Too much either because again there’s Bias If there are absolutely no crypto news Headlines to be found about the project You’re researching then that might be a Red flag depending on how long the Project has been around for Newer crypto projects won’t get much Media coverage go figure Now those of you who read the crypto News regularly will know that coin Telegraph actually shows you how many People have read an article this is Extremely helpful when sifting through Crypto headlines related to the project You’re researching because you can gauge How much interest there is The main thing you’re looking for here However is whether there’s anything Important you might have missed when Skimming through all those blog and Medium posts more often than not you’ll Find a few important announcements that Can’t be found anywhere else for Whatever reason and sometimes these Announcements can make or break a crypto

Project And because these crypto news sites Search every article based on a keyword You might also come across similar Projects that might be worth exploring Or even discover that there are Additional partnerships and investors Beyond what you’ve found so far So this brings me to the final step to Researching a crypto project and that’s To go through as much of the social Media history and activity of the Project and its founders as you possibly Can if this sounds like a daunting task That’s because it is but a great way to Warm up is to start with a project and Its founders linkedin profiles Now to be honest the posts on linkedin Aren’t all that important what’s Important is where the crypto project is Reportedly located where the founder is Reportedly located and whether the Locations and dates all line up with What you found out so far So long as it’s all similar it’s fine if Not Red flag The next social media sites to check are Telegram discord and reddit and chances Are you’ll only be able to find these For the actual project Not the founder it’s irrelevant anyways Because what you’re checking for here is How many members are participating in

These social media channels If you have questions about the project That you couldn’t find answers to these Are the best places to ask and a few Members of the coin bureau team do Exactly that during their research Just be aware that you’re likely to get A lot of bias so ask politely and if you Don’t get an answer then leave The last social media site to check is Twitter and this is where things can get Overwhelming very quickly this is why It’s wise to focus on the twitter Profile of the project’s founder if the Main account has too many tweets to dig Through Chances are the founder will have Retweeted the most important ones If you’re lucky the main twitter account Won’t have an absurd amount of Activities so you’ll be able to go back In time by at least a few months if not More Pro tip load up all the tweets you can And use the search option in your Browser to look for keywords if you’re Looking for something specific now the Main thing to look out for on twitter is Stuff like engagement important Announcements potential milestones and Even other crypto projects and Personalities worth following You should also check when the twitter Profile was created to see if it all

Lines up with when the project itself Was founded And finally take a second to assess just How large of a following this project Actually has it’s easy to buy twitter Followers and there seems to be no Shortage of crypto bots and spam so Don’t be spooked if there’s a large Discrepancy between follow accounts There and elsewhere If a crypto project social media Presence is next to non-existent or if There is next to no engagement then You’re either very early or the project Is dead in the water after all how can The coin or token pump if there’s nobody There to feel the fomo Jokes aside if you follow the six step Process i just mentioned and use it in Conjunction with the other stuff you’ve Learned about crypto fundamentals from This channel you should have no issues Finding at least a few cryptocurrencies That will go 100x when the next bull Market comes around If you’re wondering where to start well Go to the first page of coin market cap And start at bitcoin Go through the first 200 or 300 Cryptocurrencies by market cap and by The end of the process you should have At least a couple of dozen promising Candidates i’m completely serious Now don’t rush and don’t stress because

The bear market isn’t going anywhere Anytime soon if you’re wondering just How much time you have left you can Check out our video about when the bear Market will end using the link in the Description till then Happy hunting And that’s all for today’s video about How to research cryptocurrencies for the Next bull market if you found it helpful Smash that like button if you want to Make sure you don’t miss the next one Subscribe to the channel and ping that Notification bell If you prefer shorter form crypto Content check out coin bureau clips and If you prefer longer form crypto content Check out the coin bureau podcast If you want to follow me i’m active on Twitter tik tiktok and instagram if you Want to follow me follow the crypto Market join my telegram channel if you Want to see what cryptos i hold as part Of my portfolio subscribe to my weekly Newsletter and if you’re looking for Some crypto apparel for the summer check Out the coin bureau merch store And if you’re wondering where you can Find all this stuff head down to the Description Thank you all so much for watching and I’ll see you very soon until then keep Calm and hodl on [Music]

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