May 11th, 2022


  1. The Basics
    1. Twitter, Discord, Website
    2. Blockchain
    3. Multiple NFT Marketplaces
    4. Roadmap
    5. Whitepaper
  2. Tokenomics
    1. Floor Price
    2. Current Value
    3. Valuation of the Collection
    4. Growth Potential
  3. Community Engagement
    1. Founders
      1. Self Doxed
      2. Involved
    2. Members
      1. Minimal Politics
      2. Welcoming
      3. Involved

Foundational Stuff

Before we start analyzing spreadsheets and constructing graphs, there are a few preliminary checks to consider. Does the project have a good brand that appeals to you? Do you like the technology the project uses? Do you believe in the project’s mission?

April 19th, 2022

“What is this {name}.mirror.xyz, and why is all of crypto-Twitter using it?”

Alright, so I’ll be the first to admit, this isn’t the first time I’ve played inside web3; however, this is the first time I actually used the mainnet. If you’re curious, the mainnet is where blockchains actually run. A testnet allows developers to test their code before actually launching it.

The first thing I bought was a Ledger Hardware Wallet which allowed my funds to be safe while giving me the courage to start investing in the new internet!

While I picked Ledger, both Ledger and Trezor are reputable companies that my communities rely on. -Affiliate Content