What are investors looking for in a whitepaper?
The IDEA – your idea should be understandable and your business vision clear without going into the technical aspects of the project.
DEVELOPMENT – Investors expect a viable application for your solution and present them with a plan to implement it and build interest around it.
IMPACT – How will your solution impact users and the market? What competition do you have and how do you plan to position yourself relative to it?
TOKEN FUNCTIONS – Investors are interested in what assumptions the token is supposed to fulfill. And how its demand in the market will be arranged in relation to this.
TOCENOMICS – what is your proposal for token economics. What strategies do you have for maintaining adequate liquidity, and what investment conditions are in place for each investor group.
Remember that paying attention to the smallest detail in your whitepaper can make all the difference in the reception of your project. Even the hardest work on a product, can go unnoticed if it is not properly presented to the public. That’s why it’s so important for whitepapers to meet investors’ expectations.