Evaluating a Cryptocurrency
Lots of cryptocurrency coins exist, in this course you will learn exactly what to look for.
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- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 30 mins
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 431
- Assessments Yes
Recommended for every beginner
This course was an eye opener for me, now I know what to do about those ICOs popping here and there looking for investment and promising the entire White House lol. And very importantly I now understand what does different colored wavy lines on coinmarketcap.
Video would be nice. Also, buttons for course navigation would also be helpful. I failed the test :( 0/5. I wanted to retake it again, maybe it is possible to do so, no? A little bit confusing with the 2nd question of the quiz (a spinner like "wheel of fortune" or a roulette, cannot be simplified into an equal probability distribution, many factors involved). I'm a stickler for "use case" of the coins. So, would an uber paid with ethereum be successful if it were deployed in the market? Would a decentralized app fare better than a centralized one? Overall, okay content, touched on many aspects of cryptocurrency evaluation.
Good general/basic overview but you may want to fix the quiz question on how much money you would win or lose (question had conflicting information on the number of purple slots -how can it be both 2/8 and 3/8?)