FAQs

If you have any questions that are not answered here, reach out to us via email or twitter and we will add them here.

Why are there danger signs ,Diamonds, and 18+ signs on few of the Qubescan tokens?

During reviews, we notice projects that have many positives and some projects that we need to stay away from due to the red flags that we have identified. Danger- Dead token or too many red flags, Diamond - Gems with good potential (part of Qubestreet investments), 18+ - Tokens with adult content in the links.

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17 November 2021

Why is the community score low even though the token has a good social media following?

The community scores are assessed based on multiple factors such as interactions of the developers with the community, Telegram moderators support to investors, total holders, interaction on the social media posts, market cap etc.

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15 November 2021

I'm not on twitter, how do I get regular updates?

You can find our latest reviews on the 'Qubescan' section of the site, Twitter updates on the 'social' section and you can subscribe to our monthly newsletter for a consolidated update.

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13 November 2021

What are Qubestreet shorts?

Our main mission is to educate folks about crypto and Qubestreet shorts are small cards with educational content published everyday on the Qubestreet twitter page. You can also find this on the 'social' section of the website.

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13 November 2021

We wanted to inquire with you about the scores we received for your review. What statistics is your review based on?

Specifically, where did the “Authenticity”, “Contract”, and “Community” scores come from?

We cover the following checkpoints and add more as we progress with our audits:

Authenticity
1. Under this category, we scan the token's whitepaper, the milestones and timelines on a roadmap. The products that are in the pipeline and how it is integrated to the tokenomics
2. if the token has an audit performed on their contract, if so, what are their findings, are there any critical issues flagged. We also check if there are plans for a future audit
3. We scan for any exchanges that the token is listed on other than pancake swap for BSC projects
4. We check if there are websites, social media handles that can assist with the support for the holders
5. We also try and understand if the developers hold a significant amount of tokens and if the liquidity is locked

Contract
This category includes everything around the contract, such as fees, dev wallets, top holders, reflections, burning mechanism, smart codes in the contracts, a scan on the contract vs what is written on the website, Circulating supply, total supply etc.

Community
We look for the social media presence, organic/bot followers, their interactions on the tweets, comments on telegram, support they receive if they have a question. The response rate from the moderators of the various social media handles of the token, partnerships, marketcap, AMAs etc.

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13 November 2021

I noticed the scores of a token has been replaced by DISP. What is it?

DISP short for 'Disputed' : We mark some tokens as 'disputed' because we have received reports about the authenticity of the token. Disputed tokens will be reviewed again and not published until we are satisfied with our findings.

Updated:

15 November 2021

Do you share trading signals?

No, we are not financial advisers so we do not provide trading tips or signals.

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13 November 2021

Are the scores for projects updated as they progress?

Yes, we perform a monthly revision (QMR) whereby all trust scores are revised based on the progress of the project.

Updated:

13 November 2021

Do tokens sponsor you for reviews?

The community members from twitter reaches out to us and requests for a review before they invest and we quickly scan the token and publish the results. Its an independent audit and is not sponsored or influenced by projects.

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13 November 2021

What is QMR?

QMR is short for Qubescan Monthly Revision. Every token that we review is updated once every 30 days based on the improvements within the project. Scores are accordingly updated.

Updated:

17 November 2021