What are the crypto teams you follow?

I would like to explore new projects, but only if they’re linked to a strong team. What teams have you been following and why?

If possible, please provide as much information as possible on why the team you’re following is a good one, otherwise I’ll assume you’re just shilling.

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14 thoughts on “What are the crypto teams you follow?”

  1. I like the Changex Team, ambitious serious people, who caught my attention from one AMA, these people know what they’re doing, and the idea of the project is interesting. You definitely should take a look 🙂

  2. I follow the teams of the projects I personally follow to know what’s happening first handed! Ethereum is the one I’ve beeb following the longest!

    Have been following Arbitrum, Optimist and Polygon too for obvious reasons. I guess my bias towards ETH & L2s is clear!

    Additionally, I follow the teams of projects on which I’m somehow involved, like Dia, as I’m a contributor to its DAO, Get Aurox as an early investor and Torum as an early user too.

  3. Here are some reasons why the Oasis Network team is considered strong:

    Expertise: The team behind the Oasis Network consists of experienced professionals with diverse backgrounds in blockchain, cryptography, distributed systems, and privacy-preserving technologies. They have a proven track record of building successful projects and contributing to the blockchain ecosystem.

    Innovation: The Oasis Network is known for its cutting-edge technology, including its unique implementation of confidential computing, which allows developers to build dApps that can process sensitive data in a secure and private manner. This innovative approach has gained attention from the blockchain community and has the potential to drive meaningful advancements in the field.

    Collaboration: The Oasis Network team actively collaborates with academic institutions, research organizations, and other industry players to foster innovation and promote the adoption of privacy-preserving technologies. They are involved in various partnerships and collaborations, which demonstrate their commitment to building a strong ecosystem around the Oasis Network.

    Community Support: The Oasis Network has a growing and active community of developers, users, and supporters who are passionate about the project. This community provides valuable feedback, support, and contributes to the development and improvement of the network, indicating a strong community-driven approach by the team.

    Adoption: The Oasis Network has gained traction with notable partnerships and integrations with leading companies and projects in the blockchain and tech industry. This demonstrates the team’s ability to attract meaningful collaborations and drive adoption of the technology.

    Their [blog](https://oasisprotocol.org/blog) is a treasure full of information, so be sure to check it out.

  4. I dont have time explaining now but check up kryptview. They havent launched yet. They are in beta. A platform where you rate projects and see what the community think about it.

    The team is great, great education and humble. I have been in zoom call with them, I am also a ambassador there.

  5. You should check out Zebec Protocol- I’m highly intrigued by their strong fundamentals and real-world usability. They’re backed by Coinbase Ventures, Republic Capital, and Gemini and are already listed on major CEX like OKC, Crypto.com, Huobi, and Raydium. They have a pretty strong community and team members as well imo.

  6. A serious team of a serious project won’t be releasing new projects. They’re already working.
    If you’re talking about Shitcoin teams that are just serially releasing crap then I’d advise a rethink. Any team that is serially releasing projects isn’t interested in putting in the work to make any of them have any sort of longevity

  7. I like the MAXX Finance team. They’ve have spent several months experimenting with various tokenomics and simulating different variations before launching MAXX.
    They did this to make sure the proiect is sustainable long into the future, as they don’t want this to be a short term pump and dump project by any means!

  8. My favourite crypto team would be OCEAN Protocol’s team. The founders are some of the most dedicated founders in crypto; Bruce Pon worked at Daimler, Accenture, and has founded many other projects; Trent McConaghy has a PhD in EE, an author with interest in AI, Data, Web3 and token engineering and has been cited 2498 times.

  9. I’m following the Weaver Labs team, a platform decentralizing the telecom industry to make connectivity easily accessible. The team include experienced professionals in telecoms, blockchain, software and finance.

  10. Polygon (one of the biggest devs communities), Dafi (I’ve been using their Super Staking for a long time. Very important to nascent projects), Fantom (the team is building a top-tier network structure), Diadata (I’m contributing to their DAO for a long time and they’ve been diving deep into LSDs), Immutable (I like to see their advancements on Zk-stark). Just a few options.


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