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Closing thoughts

Closing thoughts

  • A Whitepaper should provide you with a necessary understanding of what the cryptocurrency project plans to do and how
  • Whitepapers are not regulated, and practically anyone can write one.
  • If you are interested in a certain project, it’s important to analyze their whitepaper carefully, considering the potential red flags and risks.

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A Cryptocurrency Whitepaper enables projects to explain their products and goals to their audiences. Projects can freely choose what kind of information they want to provide, but whitepapers usually include an overview of the project’s goals, Tokenomics, products, features, and information about the Team.

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