How Basescore Works

Trust is of utmost importance in the ICO space. How can we trust a source knowing that a single review can be biased or even paid for? We believe that a single, weighted base score that is distilled from multiple ICO scores is inherently less biased and can be seen as a trusted source.

Find the ICO reviews, combined under a single Basescore

We take the opinions of some of the most respected ICO reviews, and we combine it under one single number as a signal on how the ICO fares in the market.

Discover what's fresh and notable

We want to be the starting point for investors to discover what's new, fresh and notable. Users will be able to compare ICOs against one another, and learn more about the ICOs right from the sources.

Basescores are only published upon meeting the minimum review threshold

To minimize bias, Basescores don't get created for ICOs unless they reach our minimum review threshold of 3 sources. This number can be changed without notice.


This information is provided solely by online sources and other publicly available information. The token sale or exchange event is entirely unrelated to Basescore and Basescore has no involvement in it whatsoever (including any technical support or promotion). Token sales listed from persons that Basescore has no relationship with are shown only to help users keep track of the activity taking place within the overall token sector. A positive score does not naturally translate to a positive return-on-investment. This information is only a reflection of the general market sentiment, and is not intended to amount of advice on which you should fully rely on for your investments. Users must obtain professional advice or carry out their own due diligence before taking any action on the basis of the content. Basescore has no legal responsibility for any representations made by third parties in respect to any token sale and any claim for breach of contract must also be made directly against the token issuing entity listed.