Measures absolute and relative price fluctuations over several time frames and other variables.
Calculates returns in comparison to moving averages and other factors.
Measures the ability to scale, upgrade and other technological weaknesses or strengths.
Evaluates public acceptance, participation of developers and other key factors.
U.Cash was originally started as SecuraCoin and was rumored to have quickly landed on the top 25 cryptocurrency list by the end of the company IBO in January. Reports of problems withdrawing coins have quickly begun to surface from investors. The sudden rise could be the result of a pump and dump scheme and investors should exercise caution with the company at this time.
The token is still new and it is hard to project how well it will perform long-term. Traders have been logging complaints about withdrawal requests going unanswered and there are reports of deleted accounts. U.Cash says they are enforcing rules of withdrawing from multiple accounts to prevent investors from circumventing fees. ROI may be good at times, but only if you are able to access your coins.
U.Cash was built from an IBO. The company boasts that there are nearly 20,000 developer hours and over 9,000 testing hours invested in the project. Strength should come in numbers for U.Cash as they develop a fiat-to-digital currency platform. The company claims to be blockchain agnostic, which they claim will make the product immune from forks.
Ageesen Sri and Brian Phan lead the team for U.Cash. These two are also well known for starting bitcoin.xyz, a cryptocurrency news aggregate site. They have expert knowledge about the industry, however, this does not meet they are well equipped to manage their own crypto company.