If you haven’t run into at least a handful of people who are cynical about the state of the blockchain industry and think it’s mostly scams and vaporware, well… you probably haven’t been into crypto for very long.
And the truth is, those cynics have a good point.
We researched the top 100 cryptocurrencies (by market cap) in an effort to learn how many of them actually had working products that are providing real value. The same research done in 2017 may have yielded some truly discouraging results but, even now, the results aren’t exactly stellar.
At the time of writing, just 36 out of the top 100 cryptocurrencies have working products.
Before we share those results with you, it’s important to define what exactly constitutes a working product in the first place.
What is a Working Product?
Considering that blockchain projects are open-source, building a basic blockchain and launching it isn’t a very high bar to…