1. Ineffective whitepaper
Fails to describe business platform with sufficient detail. Uses enormous font sizes to accomplish higher page count.
2. Team member identities cannot be verified
Only 3 of 13 team members have valid LinkedIn profiles.
Nametoken struggles to create mass appeal, this is due to the lack of credible information provided by the business. The whitepaper fails to specify many details to which any investor should take account of. The given case study provides metrics on profitability and time and is based on a single website that the CEO happens to run. There is more information on the whitepaper with regards to the company's legal liability than there is about their business model.
Their "secret weapon" algorithm to determine the best domains to invest in can be concocted by any rudimentary programmer. Without any proof of successful domain leads generated, such algorithm is useless. With no confidence in the team or product, we find it difficult to invest in this coin.