Today, “crypto” is hardly understood as an investment instrument. Crypto is obviously not crypto, and the positions on what is valid sometimes diverge diametrically, even between proven authorities. This leads to great uncertainty among experts, and even more so among the general public. In my new article "Cryptoassets: Intrinsic Value Matters" on More Than Digital I shed some light through the fog onto crypto and help distinguish crypto-scam from crypto-value. It will show which cryptoassets and crypto tokens have intrinsic value and how this could be measured in the future using fundamental value analysis methods. The two largest and oldest cryptos, BTC (of the Bitcoin network) and ETH (of the Ethereum network), serve as reference points and examples.
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