RESEARCH & ANALYSIS
FOR THE CRYPTO ECONOMY.

Hosam Mazawi, CSO at Cointelligence

Hosam Mazawi is the CSO of Cointelligence, the data layer for the crypto economy. He is an expert strategist in the cryptocurrency field. Since 2017, he has served as an advisor for ICOs such as Alprockz, Geon Network, and iOlite, guiding them in their marketing and business development efforts. Hosam is also the co-founder of the LemonUnit software house, which specializes in the launch and development of blockchain technology projects. His expertise on the crypto community has made him a respected thought leader and a sought-after speaker at global crypto events.

  • Cointelligence Professional Services

    Cointelligence Professional Services

    At Cointelligence, we have built our reputation on providing well-researched guides on various cryptocurrency and blockchain topics and impartial ratings of ICOs, STOs, IEOs, and exchanges. Now, you can harness our research skills for your own needs. We offer an array of professional consulting services related to crypto and the blockchain.
  • Announcing Cointelligence’s exchange rating system

    Announcing Cointelligence’s exchange rating system

    An accurate and impartial exchange rating system is long overdue. We were surprised when we looked around the crypto industry and saw that there wasn’t a professional and dedicated system designed to protect people from bad exchanges. When we saw this lack, we decided to draw on our experience rating ICOs/STOs and develop a similar system for exchanges.
  • Cointelligence ICO Rating Report

    Cointelligence ICO Rating Report

    You know that Cointelligence rates ICOs, but what does that really mean? We've compiled a report on the statistics behind our ICO ratings. What metrics do we use, and how do ICOs meet or fail them? Our hope is that this information can help ICOs and potential investors have a better experience.
  • What does ‘stable’ mean?

    What does ‘stable’ mean?

    Part of the problem with crypto is that it is unrelated to anything ‘in the real world.’ Tokenized offerings are a brilliant way of raising funds, and – if successful – their tokens can then be used by investors within the ecosystem of the ICO. Outside of that they can be traded on the exchanges for other coins, but the whole market is still prone to alarming shifts in value.
  • Interview with Denis Salangin, Founder of PayFair

    Interview with Denis Salangin, Founder of PayFair

    Salangin: PayFair's primary asset - after the platform itself - is the community. The feedback the community has given us has impacted how the platform operates and looks; their input will always be in our mind.
  • Will crypto ever be "Too big to fail"?

    Will crypto ever be "Too big to fail"?

    We collect and generate truth - also known as data - at such an incredible rate that no one can actually measure it, but who believes what we collect?
  • Pros and cons of airdrops

    Pros and cons of airdrops

    With airdrops, it seems like everyone is a winner;  the owners of the ICO project will generate demand for their coin/token, and individuals who receive the airdropped tokens will get coins/tokens for free, which may turn out to be worth a fortune, when they get listed on exchanges. But, is there any downside to airdrops?
  • Ubex Token Sale seems foggy

    Ubex Token Sale seems foggy

    We have noticed something unusual with Ubex Token Sale recently and as part of our vision in Cointelligence to open the blockchain and crypto industry to the masses and lead an open, transparent, and fair trade, we felt the need to share this with the community.
  • Initiative Q is Going Viral. We Have Concerns.

    Initiative Q is Going Viral. We Have Concerns.

    A lot of people have excitedly asked for their invitation to Q. But others think that this is just another get-rich-quick scheme with no substance. We liked Udi Wertheimer’s response so much that we got his permission to repost it here.
  • Unlocking the private sales myth

    Unlocking the private sales myth

    Many ICOs are focused on launching private sales rather than public sales. There are many reasons behind this choice. Running a marketing campaign for an ICO can be costly, with some ICOs easily spending $500,000 or more.