The rule of thumb for me with regards to all blockchain projects that try to sell some "groundbreaking" tech solution, as Bexam does with their DAG hybrid platform or whatnot, is to look for the working product, which could be even at a nascent stage of development. But I need access to it straight away. I am a tech guy, so I know my way around code, back/front end and so on. I can tell whether the product is viable or garbage. Can't do that with Bexam, so I have to move on.
vumvumvum August 15, 2019 Reply
Even though blockchain is a truly groundbreaking innovation, it is still at a nascent stage of development, which means that all blockchains that exist today have some imperfection. The newly emerging one, like Bexam’s DAG hybrid technology, may well represent a new stage of the overall development of this tech. This startup has all the prerequisites necessary to make an impact on the industry, but I still would like to get access to their testnet before making the final investment decision.
Martin July 28, 2019 Reply
As a crypto trader, I look at the projects that organize ICOs from two standpoints: the first one is their fundamentals, and the second one - the tradability of their tokens. I have to admit that Bexam is above average in terms of technology, but their BEXAM token might be good only for one pump’and’dump scheme, and then it would be just knocking about somewhere in the depths of Coinmarketcap.
Jason July 8, 2019 Reply
As always, I begin reading the review and the whitepaper from the parts that describe the technological concept behind a given project, because I think that knowing the fundamentals is the key to predicting whether a project would succeed or fail. From what I’ve read, Bexam’s DAG hybrid blockchain represent an interesting solution, though it is not that different conceptually from the likes of Qtum and NEO. Nevertheless, at this stage, the project looks solid and it has already partnered with some reputable Japanese companies, for instance, Early Works. All in all, Bexam is worthy of attention.
Nathan June 18, 2019 Reply
So far, the project had not received the best ratings in terms of product and team. However, the reason for this is that most experts gave their opinions early on, back when the project ICO was first announced. At the time, the project's team was rewriting its white paper, and it had leadership changes incoming, which is why some details of the project initially seemed sketchy.
Pabl0 June 10, 2019 Reply
Since then, the team has updated their information, and it did a decent job at representing its project further. The project's goal and vision as certainly much needed, and with high demand for a platform that would satisfy the needs of enterprises, it is likely that it will see significant success. Of course, it all remains to be seen in the future, but it does look like the project is on the right track, if a bit slow when it comes to representing itself properly.
Co0lio May 16, 2019 Reply
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