Could Coinscope be the next coin to go parabolic? 

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Highlights

  • There aren’t many coins that have the potential to go completely nuts in a short span of time in a legitimate fashion, but Coinscope could be the next.
  • Coinscope is one of the more intriguing tokens to come to the market recently.
  • It is the native token of the Coinscope platform.

There is an increasing trend in the cryptocurrency space for coins to fly off the charts with 1,000-plus per cent increases in the span of 24 hours. Sadly, most of these coins are manipulated either through dodgy developers, whales causing pump and dumps or the coins being outright rug pulls.

There aren’t many coins that have the potential to go completely nuts in a short span of time in a legitimate fashion, but Coinscope could be the next. 

Let’s learn a little more about it.

What is Coinscope?

Coinscope is one of the more intriguing tokens to come to the market recently. It is the native token of the Coinscope platform, which is a combination of Tokensniffer and Certik with a little bit of Coinmarketcap thrown in the mix. 

Coinscope provides information about various crypto projects to help investors make informed decisions and avoid being scammed. It conducts audits to assess the quality of the project’s website, white paper, contract, security, its roadmap, social media footprint and whether the developers are identified and what their credentials entail. 

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Coinscope then provides a generic score assessing that project – and community members can also vote on the information provided to verify its accuracy.  

What is Coinscope?

Additionally, Coinscope facilitates airdrop opportunities, which essentially help to provide free crypto and non-fungible token (NFT) projects to investors who meet certain requirements.

It also contains trading charts, hosts a collection of NFTs, and provides a list of initial coin offerings (ICO) and analyses them before they launch on decentralised exchanges.

The platform has been operating since late May 2021 and the token has only recently been released in November.

The token’s utility is a simple one: it powers the Coinscope platform to allow developers and researchers to continue to conduct their work. In some ways, it is similar to URUS in the sense that the token allows for uninhibited function of the Coinscope platform. 

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Since its launch, it has enjoyed an enormous rise of more than 195 per cent, rising from a value of 1.6 cents on November 20 to a peak of 7.8 cents on November 23, before settling at about 5 cents apiece at the time of writing. 

Bottom line

If you are looking to get on board, you can purchase the Coinscope token on Pancakeswap with Wrapped BNB (WBNB) token. 

In terms of the price prediction, Coinscope is likely to see another pump shortly. It has launched during a market wide downturn and still performed admirably.

As more people become aware of this crypto platform and utilise its service, the attached token is likely to inherently increase in value. It is a project with reasonably deep liquidity, a market cap of about US$ 5 million, and with a relatively low maximum token supply of 100 million.

Significant things can happen for Coinscope moving forward, considering its present momentum. Some market experts believe that it could by the end of the year push past a value of 10 cents and cross the US$ 1-mark by next year-end. However, one should always keep in mind that the cryptocurrency space, at the end of the day, is a substantially volatile one.

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