Rating methodology

*ICO Profile
This mark is determined by the amount of information about the ICO. The most detailed information positively affects the rating, such as:
– General information (Description, Video, White paper, etc)
– Financial information (Platform, Token Type, Price, Hard Cap, Soft Cap, etc)
– Milestones
– Links and activity in social networks
– Public information about Team and Advisors

*Social activity
Constant updating of news of the project and a large number of subscribers in social networks (Twitter, Facebook and Telegram) positively influence this mark.

*Domain score
This mark shows the authority of the website and it is calculated based on many factors, such as: Alexa Rank, Number of Backlinks, Domain age and others.

*Team Proof
This mark is gets higher if Team members and Advisors have links in social media (such as: Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook and others) and actively update their content.

This mark is determined by ICOmarks experts. First of all, we assess the market potential of the product, because it is not enough for the project to simply issue its coins. The project coins have to be in demand in the future. This is one of the most important factors.
This mark also depends on the project’s implementation stage: just concept, design, alpha/beta version or finished product.
Competitive environment analysis and relevance of the problem the product aims to solve.

This mark is determined by ICOmarks experts. We look for whether the company has a high-quality and developed white paper, including a detailed description of the technical aspects of the product.
Long-term development plan for the company (Roadmap) with specific goals broken down by periods.
A thought-out plan of issuing and distributing the tokens.
Already made significant investments in the product.

*This marks are not permanent and can change over time.

ICOmarks publishes marks and ratings only for information purposes. They are not an invitation to invest in an ICO project. ICOmarks recommends that you conduct your own independent analysis or contact professional advisers when making investment decisions.