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September 01, 2018, 08:07:49 AM
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Yeah, I got to say, this won't serve me now, since I don't do ICOs but then again not every WP was backing an ICO and posterity is something incredibly useful... much later on when people need to reference things.

Simply having a repository with WPs and dated makes that search a bit easier. Just wondering how you would verify veracity of those WPs though. Projects can always claim "hey that wasn't the WP we put up, he changed the contents".

P.S. Check your PM.

I must clarify that for now I do not download every Whitepaper,I grab the abstract and right URL's and link to the websites of projects. There are so many unverified links and WP's out there, that I wanted to build a 'first stop' for all crypto whitepapers. They can always change url's or upload a different WP on that url, so for now my site isn't an 'historical collection' of all the versions of crypto whitepapers. However I'm considering downloading & displaying all the PDF's themselves, but for that to happen there must be some more demand for my site. It's quite easy to set-up and I already have the right wp-links, so that won't take too long.

Thanks for that (and for replying to my PM, trust you're taken care of now), yeah I realised that later too. Can imagine that there will be plenty of dead links though as you acknowledge, and that might kill any initial interest after a few failed attempts (I know it'd kill mine). Of course, if there's no demand then you're wasting effort so okay, let's see where this goes. I suppose there is at least one industry that would benefit from this... the WP writing one haha.


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September 01, 2018, 04:35:24 PM
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It's really a shame how little the amount of people read white papers as its essentially a blueprint for the entire project (for better or worse). Thanks for sharing!
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September 02, 2018, 10:00:19 AM
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I have come across a scamster company operating out of India that hasn't published it's whitepaper in pdf form. It has posted what goes for a whitepaper onto Google Drive, and that too in read only mode with download disabled. How do you retrieve the document of such a dubious team for future use when they renege on their promises and indulge in breach of trust?

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September 03, 2018, 08:37:06 AM
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really nice, Will be very helpful in the future. But its hard work tbh, you need to keep working on it.

Thanks for the support! After I've done some more marketing I'm updating everything again. Luckily there are easy tools for checking broken links, so outdated url's and projects are easily spotted.

according to which index did you do that collection?

coinmarketcap?


yes, I used coinmarketcap. Since there are 10+ projects launched on coinmarketcap everyday, it's tough to keep track of everything. But I'm going to make sure everything is up to date in Q4, after my marketing efforts!
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September 05, 2018, 10:15:25 PM
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Hi,

I compiled the largest crypto whitepaper database in the world: https://www.allcryptowhitepapers.com/.

With links to almost 1700 projects it's getting quite big. Let me know what you think!
Send me a message via my contact info on the site for partnership opportunities (e.g. https://www.allcryptowhitepapers.com/news/) and backlink exchange.

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nice so much work, did you do that?

but you have to keep it up to date, the market is very volatile.



Op may have implemented something more automated, so that he won't have to manually update the site to include new whitepapers.

Regardless, that can be implemented in the future if it hasn't been already.

Yeah unfortunately I had to add everything manually. You can automate post and everything, but the content itself still has to be copy/pasted by hand. But that's not a problem if you like what you're building Smiley.
There are definitely steps I can take to automate more things, but that's low priority for the moment. Thanks for the reply and suggestion!

Fair enough,
If you need any help automating, or any opinions on automation, let me know.

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September 07, 2018, 09:21:37 AM
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This is a great work. I wonder if people are actually reading the whitepapers. Hmm, might be a good idea to include some basic pointers per wp.
Also, I wonder how you plan to scale this up? Thanks
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