Cryptocurrency Valuation Guideline


  • Arnat Leemakdej Faculty of Commerce and Accountancy, Thammasat University


Cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, Valuation


The capital invested in Cryptocurrency has been abundant from both retail investors and institutional investors. There are more than six thousand currencies being offered in the market in which the investors lack of knowledge about their intrinsic value. This article classifies cryptocurrency into three main groups, namely Native Blockchain Token, Utility Token, and Asset-backed Token. The article suggests how to value the token in each group.


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How to Cite

Leemakdej, A. (2021). Cryptocurrency Valuation Guideline. Journal of Multidisciplinary Academic Research and Development (JMARD), 3(2), 1–11. Retrieved from



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