ICO’s activity on GitHub, Twitter and other social platforms are additional signals for investors.
The activity on GitHub is counted as follows: we take the amount of code added to the repository for the last week and correlate it with the average code amount added by the project in the previous weeks. If the difference between the last activity and the average is significant, we conclude that the project is not developing the product. As for Twitter, we count the number of tweets for the last week and correlate it with the number of tweets in the previous weeks. So we can track the decline or a spike of activity.
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