CrowdX

How to navigate and use CrowdX

What is CrowdX

CrowdX dApp is a unique tool within the Vetter Ecosystem using its own set of smart contracts to provide never-before-seen tools for early-stage blockchain investors. CrowdX dApp requires users to hold $VETTER in their wallet to access the features built into the smart contract, but users are not required to stake or spend their tokens for this access. The first version of CrowdX dApp was released in October 2021 and has already surpassed 10,000 users. With new upgrades being added regularly, CrowdX dApp has quickly become the gold standard among early-stage blockchain investment tools. Users are first to find newly launching projects and can pinpoint which projects have the highest probability for gains within specific timeframes (24-hours, 7-days or 30-days from their presale/launch date). The smart contract determines this by collating and ranking metric-based, verifiable and audited data shared by members who post projects onto the CrowdX dApp.

Always do your own research before participating in any project. We do not provide financial advice and CrowdX is solely a research tool. Scouts and vetters are not liable for any financial loss as a result of participating in projects.

Example of CrowdX Calendar

Try it out and see the CrowdX Calendar for yourself.

Note: you must have connected your wallet to the dApp to access scouted projects.

What is $VETTER

$VETTER token is a BEP-20 token and tightly integrated in the CrowdX dApp, but the CrowdX dApp gives users access to proprietary data on projects launching across 16 different chains as well without holding any $VETTER.

Get $VETTER

Please see the information regarding Vetter Swap to learn how to obtain $VETTER.

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Using CrowdX

Viewing a project

Click any project on the CrowdX Calendar. Each block represents a day in the current month. They can be expanded by clicking +# more.

Viewing projects on a particular day

Changing between scouted and vetted posts

When viewing a project the scouted post will be seen first. Switch between posters by navigating them at the top when viewing a project. Notice that the details change by switching between the posts.

Switching between scouted and vetted views

Project details

The amount of project details will vary from project to project. However, most projects get vetted. It helps to verify results by comparing the information from a scout against someone who vetted the project. Here's information you can gather by using CrowdX:

Presale timeline

In the timeline you can easily identify when a presale is set to take place and when the project will launch.

Presale timeline for Skylabs

Presale details

You will find all kinds of general information about the presale below the timeline. This contains information such as the smart chain it is held on and the type of presale.

Presale details of Skylabs

Scouting details

A scout can bring forth the following types of information:

Positives

These are positive flags about the project the scout has found. For example this can be if the team is doxxed.

Negatives

These are negative flags about the project the scout has found. For example this can be if their social channels primarily consist of bots.

Where found

Where the scout has found this project

Price details

Specific details about the presale pricing. For example this can be differences between seed price, private sale price and presale price.

Comments

Any comments about the presale by the scout. This can be additional content not fit for the other places, such as the scout's opinion.

Notes

Any important notes about the project are usually posted here. This can be something special the project is doing for example.

Scout notes on Skylabs

Always do your own research before participating in any project. We do not provide financial advice and CrowdX is solely a research tool. Scouts and vetters are not liable for any financial loss as a result of participating in projects.

Vetter details

The details a vetter adds to a presale has two functions:

  • Verify the findings by the scout and amend details

  • Add new information not found by the scout

Vetters are expected to add more details to the presale than scouts do and to verify the findings the scout made. The information a vetter can add to a presale is:

Additional presale details

The vetter can add important information such as how big the Telegram group of the presale in question is, if it seems vibrant, if the team is doxxed, if you are required to KYC, if the project is audited and much more.

Telegram notes

The vetter can add any notes about findings of the Telegram, which is often a major source of information about new projects.

Team notes

The vetter can add any notes about findings of the team that is behind the presale in question. This is normally to verify if a team is real, which can help determine if the presale is legit and will be successful.

AMA notes

If the project has done any AMAs, the vetter can add notes about the AMAs in this section. Ideally the vetter adds links so you can easily find the AMAs.

Short Summary

The vetter can add a brief summary about the project in this section. Do note: this section can contain the vetter's opinion.

Contract Study

The vetter can add any specific details about the contract in this section. Do note: not all vetters are able to read contracts. This section can sometimes be empty.

Vetter's details about Skylabs

Activity details

In this section votes and gains made on the presale in question can be seen. Other users can vote on scouts and vetters individually. While doing so they can report gains they have made after the project has launched when voting on a scout. It is always possible to vote on a vetter, even before the project has launched.

Votes on Skylabs

How to vote

A dApp user can vote on scouts and vetters. By doing so they earn some $VETTER as a reward. To vote on a user navigate to their respective scout or vetter post and press the Vote button.

Choosing a post and voting

A modal will open. Fill in the details of the vote and press the Vote button. This will trigger a transaction in your wallet. Approve the transaction to finalize your vote. If the transaction succeeds, your vote is now on the blockchain and you will be rewarded some $VETTER in return for voting.

Vote details on a vetter

When voting on a scouted post there is the ability to also signify the potential gain from the presale. If you have made a return on the presale in question, fill in the duration in which that took place and how many times you have returned your investment.

The amount of $VETTER earned by voting on scouts and vetters can be found in the dApp.

Vote details on a scout

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