Thursday, November 30, 2023


So after a long wait, Arbitrum finally announced the airdrop and on the evening of March 23, 2023, there will be a list of major exchanges, including Binance. In addition, Binance has just opened for sale Launchpad with SpaceID. So today I would like to present a few tips to play new items like ARB, ID or GNS, MAGIC. **I, Definition** The new coin list here I mentioned is: *new projects * (launchpad project, launchpool) or *old projects* that have listed other exchanges but now Listed on Binance exchange and *projects that are in the fundraising stage*, are testingnet or have launched products but have not yet issued tokens. Everyone can go to the Binance app and go to *“New Listing”* Here I will classify including the following types: **a, Listed on other exchanges first.** These are the projects that have been listed on other exchanges. The token has been out for a while, has been listed on other exchanges like DEXs such as Uniswap, Pancakeswap,… or maybe other CEXs like Kucoin, Houbi,… then it was announced on the list. Binance exchange can be because of the need or because there are narratives involved. Some of the other projects listed on the exchange that have been listed on the current Binance list can be mentioned as GNS, MAGIC, STG, LQTY all of these projects have been at least x2 from the bottom since sideway 1 for a period of time on the exchange. Binance already. **b, Binance Launchpad, Launchpool**. Binance Launchpool and Binance Launchpad are both platforms developed by Binance and serve the same purposes as accessing quality projects, reaching the large crypto community. For Binance Launchpool, users will receive new tokens for free by staking common crypto assets such as CAKE, BNB, BUSD, and for Binance Launchpad, users will be able to buy IEOs thanks to the amount of BNB held and committed. Some Binance Launchpool projects: HFT, ALICE, GAL. Some Binance Launchpad projects: HOOK, ID, LOKA. **c, List for the first time at Binance.** The new projects here I am referring to in this post are big famous projects announcing the upcoming token launch. Most of these projects will list all major exchanges including Binance for the first time. For example, there was OP, APT and most recently Arbitrum will list for the first time on Binance and at the same time with other exchanges. **d, Projects that do not have tokens.** Projects that have not yet issued tokens are projects that are in development, maybe the project is fundraising, is implementing a testnet, or has released some by-products before but not yet. out tokens. Some outstanding projects without tokens are: Aleo, zkSync, Starkware, Sui, Celestia,… **II, Tips to play.** **a, Listed on other exchanges first.** With projects already listed The list of other exchanges first and then the list of Binance, all have one thing in common, that as soon as the list of Binance is announced, the price will increase immediately. Therefore, it is very difficult to guess whether to buy on other exchanges first and then wait for the announcement of the list on Binance, which can only be known from inside the project. Therefore, we will wait for the sideways span to create a good accumulation base in frame D and then we can buy (figure 1) or at least accumulate from frame H4 and above. Depending on the high of the project and the general situation of the supporting market, the price can also accumulate in the H4 frame and then increase. For example, RPL benefits from LSD trends, which accumulate slightly in the H4 frame. Therefore, it is necessary to be able to judge the market situation to enter orders, not to be stereotyped. If you feel the project has potential, try to evaluate and research the project carefully to see if it can be held for a long time or not? ***Figure1: Samples of projects listed on other exchanges first*** **b, Binance Launchpad, Launchpool.** For projects Launchpad is always better than Launchpool because it’s harder to buy, The proof is that we see Launchpad projects always have a much higher ROI than Launchpool. And as far as I observe, the goods on Launchpad, Launchpool, the price line all follows the same pattern (Figure 2) except for weak goods like GAL, it continuously bottoms. Just like the goods listed on other exchanges first, its price line must create a good accumulation base. In addition, in order to play the launchpad and launchpool goods, it is necessary to read the tokenomic and approximate the price of that project * (I will talk below because the way to play Binance Launchpad, Launchpool is quite similar to the first list in Binance )* ***Figure2: Sample of Binance Launchpad projects*** **c, List for the first time at Binance.** These are famous projects that raise a lot of capital, backed by famous funds like a16z, Pantera,… And similar to Launchpad, Launchpool, the first list at Binance, ***most important* **still read the tokenomic, analyze what the bookie intends to do when I read that tokennomics? And how much is the relative marketcap of that project when listing the floor? New list of floor price will increase like dYdx or go to find the ground like BICO, ICP? The project will sideways in what price range, for how long? ***Tokenomic reading includes:*** – When listing the exchange, who will get the token (retail, project, …)? Analyze whether they will release tokens or not? – When listing the exchange for the first time, how many tokens are allocated in total? What will those tokens be used for? – What is the price of tokens purchased by previous rounds like Seed, Private Round? To see the long position of their funds like? – How much is the token payment time for seed and private rounds? Because as I mentioned in the previous post, once the project has started paying tokens to early round investors, the price line will be very difficult to control. – What is the project’s tokenusecage?, if tokenusecage is not beneficial for retail investors to hold, the price will almost certainly depend entirely on MM, the project’s own dev team. You can re-read this article “**HOW TO KNOW A NEW PROJECT LIST SHOULD BUY OR NOT?**” to have a better view: ( groups/ryanvanhungnguoiban/permalink/483619073918476/)( ***How ​​to value the project:*** * Compare with competitors do Same industry, same goal here, I’ll take an example to compare Op and Arbitrum: * How does Total Value Locked (TVL) compare? Compare Marketcap, Compare the ratio of MarketCap/Full Dulited Cap,…* * What is the launch time of that project, the bear season, the up season or the sideway season, the rebound season? * What is the relative valuation by checking the black market OTC price? For example, Arb OTC price somewhere 0.8-1.2$ * Is the community of the project large? * Operational model, revenue prospect of the project? * Assets of the backers, investment funds of that project? That’s basically it, more specifically, I’ve already written an article about project pricing, you can read it again here: ( 497407582539625/)( => For two new types of projects, the exchange list and the Binance launchpad and launchpool, the most important thing is reading tokenomics and pricing. get that project. ***Figure3: Op project model (because Arbitrum is often compared with Op and tokenomics is quite similar, so I will take it as a model for comparison Figure4: Arbitrum’s Tokenomics*** **d, Project There is no token.** For this type, we should observe every move early on, evaluate each step of the project’s development until the token launch to look for reasonable investment opportunities. like above steps, or we can do airdrop, retroactive from that project.Usually, good projects are easy to filter by fundamental analysis.Sometimes just look at the projects. investment funds, the number of funds raised, the potential for a large list of exchanges early on, … we will filter out good projects. Surely some of us have missed Aptos, Arbitrum so now It’s a pity if you miss out on deals like zkSync and Starkware too! *=> Follow these 2 people for instructions on how to make airdrops or find new listings:* *( ( yen_6789)* *(* )( **2, Entry and Take Profit** Almost all the new products that I mentioned in Above it all follows BTC, ie BTC increases, it increases, and BTC decreases, it plummets. But that doesn’t mean that when BTC bounces back, you also jump in to buy because in order to have a sustainable uptrend, it must accumulate, the sideway is enough to create a good price base, you can buy there (I have proved it). direction projections in the figures above). As for how to set up the command, I also wrote in the previous post and you can find it again. Regarding profit taking, depending on the project, I can close according to BTC, or RSI divergence in frame D or overbought in frame D. In general, it depends on the general situation of the market. About this part, I think everyone should read more “**TIP READING CHART TO UNDERSTAND MESSAGES FROM MARKET**” by Cao Pham Chi to make the best decision. (

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