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.
VeChain is one of the most established blockchain companies in the industry. Not only do they have clients using a functional product, they have a team with extensive experience in the industry they’re targeting.
Perhaps there is no better industry for the blockchain to disrupt than the global supply chain industry. Unlike other crypto companies that will take years for mass adoption, VeChain can make an almost immediate splash which will result in a higher ROI.
VeChain offers a logistics tracking system that will track products from the beginning manufacturing plant all the way to end distribution. If successful, this would prevent counterfeiting fake product.
VeChain has already set up partnerships with many companies. The most notable of these partnerships are negotiations with the likes of PwC, DNV GL, and the Chinese government. VeChain is part of the PwC incubator program giving them access to the firm’s massive worldwide network of clients. If VeChain can perform well for those clients it will be well poised to be used on a universal scale.
VeChain’s vision is to develop a decentralized global supply chain. By utilizing the security and privacy of the blockchain, the flow of information will bridge the trust gap and improve transparency across borders and companies.
VeChain leverages Blockchain to solve the problem of counterfeits and product traceability across supply chains and logistics namely in: Luxury Goods, Wines, Agriculture, Automobile, Transportation, Pharmaceuticals, Logistics and Audit Services. (Source)