The Tie is known for its cutting-edge research conducted here and then. Recently, they checked the overhyped projects in comparison to the ones which are backed by genuine data. 450 assets were examined in order to obtain a result. However, there are various flaws in the methodology employed.
Weird formula: Hype=tweets/tradingvolume.
Conclusion is even more astonishing: over average = over hyped, assumption: manipulated on Twitter by bots, fake followers, and manipulated engagement.
— Rudy Bouwman (@RudyBouwman) August 20, 2019
It is no secret that DigiByte has a huge fanbase on Twitter. They are more active and loyal when paired against other communities. Electroneum has also been verified by data from Alexa and their TwitterAudit score is at 96%. Just a short while ago, they had unveiled a brand-new feature: the Proof-of-Responsibility protocol.
My answer to this is simple: don’t believe all the research papers you come across on social media. Venture through the looking glass in order to have a better reading. According to The Tie, the XRP Army is typically made up of bots. This is true, as this has been a major topic of debate in the cryptosphere for months now.
Tether it seems received the least number of tweets. On the same list for “least overhyped” projects, EOS and Ethereum Classic has also been placed.