“For many events, roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes” – Vilfredo Pareto
The Pareto Network is the first real-time actionable intelligence platform, providing decentralised investment analysis through their peer-to-peer content marketplace. The information is produced by content providers who have the technical skillset and analysis needed to conduct due diligence of this emerging asset class. The network will enable participants to make informed investment decisions in the cryptocurrency markets.
The Pareto network is made of three parts: Original analytical information from Content Providers, the Pareto Platform which distributes and curates content, and Token Holders who receive the content based on their ranking on the platform, determined by a number of metrics that judge their overall involvement on the network.
The Pareto Network uses a ranking algorithm to determine the order in which Pareto token holders are provided with the information created by the Content Providers. The outcome of the ranking algorithm is called the waterfall, and it is akin to a Leader board. There are a variety of criteria which have an influence on a holder’s position within the waterfall and these can be used strategically to obtain information faster.
In the Crypto markets, investors do not have access to conventional sources of information, research or equity analysis. The lack of fiscal information is the greatest challenge to crypto investment analysis and the speed at which new cryptocurrencies and tokens are entering the market as tradeable assets is overwhelming. Investors need information tools to help devise and implement investment and allocation strategies to take advantage of cryptocurrencies as an asset class. There are several problems in this marketplace:
- Lack of regulation and legal support. Put simply, cryptocurrencies are so new that nobody’s policing them yet. Governments don’t monitor or control the cryptocurrency space. Neither do central banks. This makes investors vulnerable to all kinds of risk including fraud, hacks and financial mismanagement.
- Cryptocurrency prices are completely determined by the free market. Because of this, it’s not unusual for prices to veer up and down, which makes it difficult to trade without advanced knowledge and/or financial tools.
- Lack of accurate information. There’s no meaningful authority on crypto coins, meaning it’s easy for certain stakeholders to flood the infospace with incorrect information. A typical investor refers to sources like YouTube, Facebook and Telegram, Blogs (personal blogs and websites like Medium), Exchanges and market data sites, Crypto coin news sites, etc. None of these sources are truly reliable or auditable.
Pareto will contribute to the rationalisation of the crypto asset markets for blockchain-based investments and facilitate more efficient allocation of capital within this revolutionary and rapidly growing sector of the global economy.
UMBC, Bowie State BS | Cryptocurrency developer since 2013, Manager of Blockchain Development Company, Former FDIC investigator, 8+ years of software development and engineering management.
Yale BA, UVA MBA | IBM Satellite Business Systems | Experienced start-up CEO and entrepreneur in software apps, fintech, cybersecurity, enterprise blockchain consulting.
Chief of Content
Syracuse Newhouse School BS, Harvard Business School Exec Ed | Facebook | Federated Media | Meebo (Google) | AOL | 20 years in digital content development and marketing. Writer, Speaker, Creator.
Dr. Anna Becker
Advisor | Lead Data Scientist.
Technion – Israel Institute of Technology PhD, A.I., MS, Comp Sci | Designer of end-to-end multi-asset algorithmic trading platforms. 20 yrs. leadership in algo development for hedge funds.
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