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Cryptoasset Classification and Analysis of Crypto Sectors’ Historical Growth

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Although several cryptoasset categorizations exist (most notably, those by Fundstrat and Multicoin Capital), they fail to fully appreciate the complexity of the crypto space. To our best knowledge, no publicly available in-depth analysis of crypto sectors’ growth exists at the moment. This article is the first attempt to fill these research gaps.

Our cryptoasset categorization groups blockchain projects into the following three high-level categories:
  1. Store of Value / Currency / Mode of Payment

  2. Blockchain Infrastructure

  3. Services Built on the Blockchain
Second and third level cryptoasset classes provide more granular grouping that reflects the vastly different areas of blockchain applications:
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(11-18-2019 08:24 PM)Valstar Wrote: Although several cryptoasset categorizations exist (most notably, those by Fundstrat and Multicoin Capital), they fail to fully appreciate the complexity of the crypto space. To our best knowledge, no publicly available in-depth analysis of crypto sectors’ growth exists at the moment. This article is the first attempt to fill these research gaps.

Our cryptoasset categorization groups blockchain projects into the following three high-level categories:
  1. Store of Value / Currency / Mode of Payment

  2. Blockchain Infrastructure

  3. Services Built on the Blockchain
Second and third level cryptoasset classes provide more granular grouping that reflects the vastly different areas of blockchain applications:
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(11-18-2019 08:24 PM)Valstar Wrote: Although several cryptoasset categorizations exist (most notably, those by Fundstrat and Multicoin Capital), they fail to fully appreciate the complexity of the crypto space. To our best knowledge, no publicly available in-depth analysis of crypto sectors’ growth exists at the moment. This article is the first attempt to fill these research gaps.

Our cryptoasset categorization groups blockchain projects into the following three high-level categories:
  1. Store of Value / Currency / Mode of Payment

  2. Blockchain Infrastructure

  3. Services Built on the Blockchain
Second and third level cryptoasset classes provide more granular grouping that reflects the vastly different areas of blockchain applications:
Reply
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(11-18-2019 08:24 PM)Valstar Wrote: Although several cryptoasset categorizations exist (most notably, those by Fundstrat and Multicoin Capital), they fail to fully appreciate the complexity of the crypto space. To our best knowledge, no publicly available in-depth analysis of crypto sectors’ growth exists at the moment. This article is the first attempt to fill these research gaps.

Our cryptoasset categorization groups blockchain projects into the following three high-level categories:
  1. Store of Value / Currency / Mode of Payment

  2. Blockchain Infrastructure

  3. Services Built on the Blockchain
Second and third level cryptoasset classes provide more granular grouping that reflects the vastly different areas of blockchain applications:
Reply