Nano, Verge (XVG) And Qtum Rated Most Improved Project In China’s Latest Ranking
Nano, Verge (XVG) And Qtum — There is no doubt that that countless of companies in the developed world have began embracing and evaluating cryptographic projects than ever. In line with this, a state-backed tech workgroup in China, Information and Industry Development (CCID), released its 10th ranking assessment index for 35 crypto projects on February 26.
While the 35 projects were assessed based on basic technology, applicability and creativity, Nem (NEM) blockchain technology was ranked least with a total evaluation index of 71.9, and the like of Nano, Verge (XVG) And Qtum were rated the overall most improved crypto graphic projects.
Even though the three projects did not make it to the top ten position, they were recognized separately and given much credence due to their creativity as the latest rating attaches more points to creativity indicator.
Nano and Qtum were rated the 11th and 12th best cryptographic project with close range evaluation index of 104.7 and 104.6, Verge (XVG) was debuted on the 19th position with 95.4 points.
CCID, the largest research and consulting company in China, in May 2018 evaluated 28 coins to release its first monthly rating report where Ethereum was rankled first. Since then, the firm has been releasing its report on monthly basis, and the latest report mark the 10th one.