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Po.et (POE) Fundamental Analysis

Since the emerging crypto asset class is much like venture capital with liquidity, performing a quick market size analysis can provide insights into potential fundamental asset value.

What is Po.et (POE)?

Po.et is a decentralized digital content platform that uses its native token (POE) to align economic incentives of content creators, publishers and curators via competing token-curated marketplaces. In order to participate, creators must stake POE when joining a marketplace. In effect this staked (or deposited) POE is at risk if the creator commits any number of infractions that ultimately would affect the quality of the content (on platform). In this way, Po.et is building a self-policing platform for truthful, quality, and more easily licensed content.

Questions to Consider when Investing  

  1. Is there a published whitepaper? Po.et POE Fundamental Analysis

Yes…positive

  1. Is there a detailed development road map? 

Yes…positive

  1. Does it use an open, public blockchain, and is the code published? 

Yes…positive

  1. Is it clear how much of the token has been assigned for the development team and how those tokens will be released? 

Yes…positive

  1. How strong is the reputation of the founding development team (Strong, Mediocre, Weak)? 

Strong… Beyond the founding, Po.et has sought to bring in outside talent. This is unique from most blockchain startups in which the founders retain control. Po.et has brought in key expertise, highlighted by the recent hires of Jarrod Dicker and Eric Elliott.

Jarrod Dicker – CEO

Dicker is an experienced executive with experience in media heavyweights. Prior to Po.et, he served as VP of innovation and commercial strategy at the Washington Post and founded RED, the Post’s research experimentation and development team.  Prior to the Post, he lead technology product teams at RebelMouse, Time Inc. and the Huffington Post.

Eric Elliott- VP of Engineering

Eric Elliott is an entrepreneur and author. He was the co-founder of DevAnywhere.io, a software mentorship platform, and wrote “Programming JavaScript Applications”(O’Reilly), His resume includes software work for Adobe Systems, Zumba Fitness, The Wall Street Journal, ESPN, and BBC.

  1. How strong is the technology’s differentiator (Strong, Mediocre, Weak)? 

Strong, potentially solves a huge problem for the digital content market via crypto-economic incentives…positive

  1. How competitive is the industry the asset is entering (Strong, Mediocre, Weak)? 

Strong…negative

Price Target

Assuming:

  1. The Po.et team delivers on the technology, and adoption occurs.
  2. et (POE) is able to achieve the same valuation of Medium (a similar yet centralized and non-cryptocurrency enabled online platform), in the next 2 years.
  3. Using total POE supply, not supply currently in circulation.
  4. A 30% discount rate is used to bring future price targets (2 years in this report) to today’s dollar values. Although 30% is significantly higher than the current risk-free rate, crypto assets must be discounted significantly to account for risk.

We begin with an adjusted 2018 valuation for Medium of $800 million. The CoinSavage team believes Medium is a conservative comparison in which to provide a valuation target for POE. We then divide the valuation target by the roughly 3.142 billion total supply of POE. This provides a 2-year POE price target of 26 cents in US Dollars (USD). After heavily discounting the 2-year target, we arrive at a discounted (present value) price target of 15 cents USD.

Given the assumptions (above) the 2-year Po.et (POE) price target is given below:

Po.et POE Fundamental Analysis