OK Jumpstart: How Projects Are Evaluated
Read on for insider tips to get your projects launched on our token sale platform
The previous token sales have caught us by surprise with its overwhelming result. After the success, we have received increased inquiries about the application and our assessment process. In order to make the review process as transparent as we can, and at the same time to encourage project teams to take part in it, this article will reveal the evaluation model of OK Jumpstart.
Introducing the COMPASS model
The initial exchange offering (IEO) model poses a heavy reliance on the due diligence of the exchange to ensure the quality of token sales. As the gatekeeper and guard of our users’ interests, we decided not to rush our quality control process. Instead, the OK Jumpstart team has spent tremendous efforts on perfecting our assessment model — the COMPASS model.
Combining the traditional evaluation model in the venture capital market and the characteristics of the blockchain industry, the COMPASS model is designed to comprehensively assess the potential growth of candidate projects in seven major aspects: creativity, operational competence, marketing competence, progress, activeness of community, sustainability, as well as scalability, with 105 factors evaluated.
An outstanding project needs to demonstrate not only solid capabilities in technology development, but also acumen in marketing and community management, which makes sure the project will be able to acquire a sufficient user base and reward successful token sale subscribers in the future.
More projects to come!
Aspiring to bridge the gap between quality projects and the retail investment market, OK Jumpstart will continue to perfect its due diligence system and token sale rules, in order to offer the best investment options to our users.
Interested project teams who wish to participate in OK Jumpstart token sale may apply through HERE.
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