Crypto Life (CL)
3 min readJul 27


Crypto Life Highlights July edition: Fundamental Analysis

July’s edition of Crypto Life Highlights is here!

Lately, we’ve been taking a further look at certain principles in trading, including Trading Psychology and Technical Analysis.

Now, for our third and final instalment of our Trading Trio, we’ll be taking a deeper dive into Fundamental Analysis in the crypto space.

What is Fundamental Analysis?

Fundamental Analysis is a method used in crypto that involves evaluating the underlying factors that contribute to the value and potential growth of a cryptocurrency. It focuses on examining various aspects of a crypto project, such as its technology, team, partnerships, adoption, market demand and overall industry trends.

By analysing these factors, traders aim to assess the intrinsic value and long-term viability of a cryptocurrency. Fundamental analysis also helps them to make informed decisions based on the fundamental strengths and weaknesses of a project, beyond short-term price fluctuations.

Key Factors in Fundamental Analysis

There are many key factors traders take into consideration when carrying out a fundamental analysis. These typically include:

  • Team and Development: Evaluating the expertise, experience and track record of a project’s team members. This also involves assessing the progress of development, updates and roadmap of a project.
  • Technology and Innovation: Analysing the technological innovation, scalability, security and potential real-world applications of the cryptocurrency’s underlying blockchain or protocol.
  • Adoption and Community: Assessing the level of adoption, user base, community engagement, and partnerships of the project, in order to determine whether it solves a real-world project and has a growing user base.
  • Market Demand and Competition: Understanding the market demand for the cryptocurrency project and its potential to address a specific market niche, as well as the competitive landscape and how the project stands out from others.
  • Regulatory Environment: This is where traders consider the regulatory landscape and legal framework surrounding the project, such as its compliance with regulations and potential risks associated with regulatory changes.
  • Market and Industry Trends: Investors will keep an eye on broader market trends and developments in the cryptocurrency and blockchain industry. They analyse market sentiment, industry news, and economic factors that could impact its value.
  • Financials and Tokenomics: Examining the token economics, token distribution, supply dynamics, and any economic incentives or mechanisms within the cryptocurrency project. Also assessing its financial stability and sustainability.

What are the advantages and disadvantages?


  • Long-Term Perspective: Fundamental analysis takes into account the underlying factors and intrinsic value of a cryptocurrency project. It focuses on long-term prospects rather than short-term price fluctuations, making it suitable for investors with a long-term investment horizon.
  • Holistic Evaluation: Considers various factors such as the project’s technology, team, market demand, and token economics. It’s beneficial for traders to provide a comprehensive evaluation of the project’s fundamentals, thus allowing them to make more informed investment decisions.
  • Value Investing: Aligns with the principles of value investing. By assessing a project’s intrinsic value relative to its current market price, investors can identify potentially undervalued or overvalued opportunities.
  • Identifying Growth Potential: Helps traders identify cryptocurrency projects with significant growth potential. By understanding the project’s technology, market demand, and competitive advantage, they can find projects that have the potential to disrupt industries or gain widespread adoption.


  • Subjectivity: Fundamental analysis involves subjective judgements and interpretations. Traders may have varying opinions on the same project, leading to differing conclusions. This makes it challenging to objectively assess qualitative factors such as team capabilities or market demand.
  • Time-Intensive: Conducting a thorough fundamental analysis requires a lot of time and effort. It involves researching and analysing various aspects of the project, including reading long whitepapers, studying financials, and monitoring news. This time commitment may be a limitation for investors seeking quick trading opportunities.
  • Uncertainty and Volatility: Even with a thorough analysis, the volatile and unpredictable cryptocurrency market can cause further difficulty. Factors such as regulatory changes, market sentiment, or technological advancements can significantly impact the market dynamics, making it challenging to predict future price movements solely based on fundamentals.
  • Limited Historical Data: Many cryptocurrency projects are relatively new, and so lack a long track record of performance. This in turn makes it more challenging to assess a project’s potential and evaluate its past performance.

That’s a wrap! 👏

Well, that’s another edition that’s come and gone. But as always, thank you for reading and we’ll see you again in August!