SVET Reviews, Ratings, Articles and Presentations

SVET Presentations

  1. Blockchain Applications World-Wide

SVET Reports

  1. Top Twenty Stablecoins
  2. Introduction to Stablecoins
  3. Introduction to DAO
  4. Introduction to Yield Farming

SVET Reviews and Ratings Examples List

  1. SVET Review and Rating Writing Guide
  2. Reviews and Ratings
    1. Domi Vision Review and SVET Rating
    2. WaykiChain
      1. WaykiChain System Review and SVET Rating
      2. WaykiChain Vision Review and SVET Rating
      3. WaykiChain Execution Review and SVET Rating
      4. WaykiChain Trust Review and SVET Rating
    3. Kyber Network
      1. Kyber Network System Review and Rating
      2. Kyber Network Vision Review and Rating
      3. Kyber Network Execution Review and Rating
      4. Kyber Network Trust Review and Rating
    4. Bytom
      1. Bytom Review and Rating (FULL)
      2. Bytom System Review and Rating
      3. Bytom Vision Review and Rating
      4. Bytom Execuiton Review and Rating
      5. Bytom Trust Review and Rating
    5. The Baseline Protocol
      1. The Baseline Protocol Vision Review and Rating 
      2. The Baseline Protocol Execution Review and Rating 
      3. The Baseline Protocol Tokenomics Review and Rating
    6. Aleph Zero
      1. Aleph Zero Review and Rating (S)
      2. Aleph Zero Review and Rating (SVET-V)
      3. Aleph Zero Review And Rating (E)
    7. LocalCryptos (former Local Ethereum)
      1. LocalCryptos: System
      2. LocalCryptos: Vision
      3. LocalCryptos: Execution
    8. Compound Finance Review and Rating
      1. Compound Finance “System” Review and Rating
      2. Compound’s “Vision” Review and Rating
      3. Compound Finance “Execution” Review and Rating
      4. Compound Finance “Tokenomics” Review and Rating
    9. Hedera (Hashgraph) Review and Rating Update (Oct 2019)
      1. Hedera “Vision” Rating Update (Oct 19)
      2. Hedera “Execution” Rating Update (Oct 19)
      3. Hedera “Tokenomics” Rating Update (Oct 19
    10. Ripple Lab
      1. Ripple Lab “Execution” Rating Update (Oct 2019)
      2. Ripple Lab’s “Tokenomics” Rating Update (Oct 2019)
    11. Liberland
      1. Liberland “System” Review and Rating
      2. Liberland “Vision” Review and Rating
      3. Liberland “Execution” Review and Rating
      4. Liberland “Tokenomics” Review and Rating

SVET Articles List

  1. Articles
    1. 2020
    2. BCG Rise and Fall
    3. The Adorable Grayscale Monster
    4. Do Digital Angels Dream Of Blockchain Kitties?
    5. Ethereum Imperium?
    6. Philadelphia CBDC Experiment
    7. DeFi Short-Term Memories?
    8. Blockchain — ‘Anti’ or ‘Pro’ Trust?
    9. DeFi Underground?
    10. EnActing Greed and Fear
    11. The Anomaly Of Two Transactions
    12. Two Down — Two Up?
    13. Do We Need “The Bill Of Innovations”?
    14. Could Africa Be The Crypto Alamo?
    15. How Do Crypto Hedge Funds Sail In 2020?
    16. Goldman Sachs Advises Against BTC?
    17. The Blockchain Trap?
    18. Who Does the Buying of BTC Deeps?
    19. BTC Cycle Extended?
    20. What type of ICOs We Need In Crisis?
    21. The Battle of Generations?
    22. Crypto Besieged?
    23. Open Banking Systems For Close- Minded Bankers?
    24. What’s Holding Crypto Adaption?
    25. Does IMF Produce Monsters?
    26. 10 Arguments For Decentralization
    27. 10 Dangerous Lessons
    28. Masks Off — Regulations On
    29. “Digital Dollar” Deception
    30. Fund Rising or Fund Resting?
    31. Everything That Converges Must Rise?
    32. Chained Telegram — Free TON
    33. The Consensus Number One?
    34. Shelter-out-of-place (Part 2)
    35. Shelter-out-of-place?
    36. The On-Chained Economy
    37. Block To The Future
    38. Wrack To The Future?
    39. Does India Go All Out Crypto?
    40. Does Old Money Hold Crypto Hostage?
    41. Worldwide Blockchain Review 2020
    42. Will Decentralization Stop Pandemics?
    43. The World With Unlimited Money Supply
    44. “Building The Future of Cross-Fi” Harmony-Wave Report Review
    45. Decrypting the Future of Crypto White Papers
    46. Three Letters Are Loosing the War to Two Numbers
    47. CBDC or Central Banks’ Digital Chimera
    48. Central Banks Currencies: Good and Bad
    49. How Does Kraken Crack Trezor?
    50. DeFi 2020
    51. 2019
    52. Blockchain: Gone With The Wit
    53. Dawn Of The Purge On Crypto
    54. Blockchain: Play for Money?

What Is SVET Rating?

SVET Rating is the first public praxiological (human actions driven) rating. It takes into account combine effects of cognitive, emotional and social factors on the decisions of individuals and institutions dealing with crypto currencies and blockchain projects. Uses S.V.E.T. Metrics = System + Vision + Execution + Tokenomics. Includes 16 parameters. Accounts for main drivers of public behavior: technology, economy, organization and psychology. Integrates insights from independent experts and everyday users

  • Security (safety): for defenders (
    - The Protector: Warm-hearted and dedicated, they are always ready to protect the people they care about.
  • Velocity (scalability): for megalomaniacs (
    - The Commander: Outspoken and confident, they are great at making plans and organizing projects.
  • Engineering (design): for geeks (
    - The Architect: High logical, they are both very creative and analytical.
  • Transparency (decentralization): for crypto punks (
    - The Crafter: Highly independent, they enjoy new experiences that provide first-hand learning.
  • Singularity (uniqueness): for Individualists (
    - The Artist: Easy-going and flexible, they tend to be reserved and artistic.
  • Volume (market): for Globalists (
    - The Performer: Outgoing and spontaneous, they enjoy taking center stage.
  • Empathy (enthusiasm): for Tribes (
    - The Persuader: Out-going and dramatic, they enjoy spending time with others and focusing on the here-and-now.
  • TimeLine (road-map): for Visionaries (
    - The Mediator: Idealistic with high values, they strive to make the world a better place.
  • Solution (business): for Dealmakers (
    - The Director: Assertive and rule-oriented, they have high principles and a tendency to take charge.
  • Validity (legality): for Lawyers (
    - The Inspector: Reserved and practical, they tend to be loyal, orderly, and traditional.
  • Equity (finance): For Venture Capitalists (
    - The Advocate: Creative and analytical, they are considered one of the rarest types.
  • Team: for Friends (
    - The Caregiver: Soft-hearted and outgoing, they tend to believe the best about other people.
  • Sustainability (stability): for Sages (
    - The Thinker: Quiet and introverted, they are known for having a rich inner world.
  • Value (venture): for Adventurers (
    - The Debater: Highly inventive, they love being surrounded by ideas and tend to start many projects (but may struggle to finish them).
  • Engagement (usability): for Pragmatics (
    - The Giver: Loyal and sensitive, they are known for being understanding and generous.
  • Transactions (speed): for Travelers (
    - The Champion: Charismatic and energetic, they enjoy situations where they can put their creativity to work.

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