It’s tricky, and the science is still emerging for valuing cryptoassets, says an article
in MIT Technology Review.
One pioneer is Chris Burniske,
a co-founder of Placeholder Ventures, a New York firm that specializes in cryptoassets. He and other financial analysts are starting to get their hands on real tools for determining the underlying value of blockchain networks. The metric that has emerged as the most common way to determine what a given network is worth is called the “network value-to-transactions ratio,” he says. Burniske is the author of a new book, Cryptoassets: The Innovative Investor’s Guide to Bitcoin and Beyond.
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