#MasternodeMeBro18 Event 2 Winners

We completed the second of six events! The conclusion of Event 2 means that all 64 #MasternodeMeBro18 competitors have had their first fights. The coming rounds of fights will match winner against winner, until we have one champion for each group (minimize cost, maximize ROI, minimize risk, optimize past). Then the four winners will battle for the ultimate prize. Check out the tournament announcement for details.

Event 2 Winners

Fight cards 5 – 8 included four match-ups each, for a total of 32 competitors (16 winners, 4 per category) in Event 2.

WINNERS Card 5: Minimize Cost

Dynamic (DYN)
@dualitychain
duality.solutions

 

Solaris (XLR)
@SolarisCoin
solariscoin.com

 

TransferCoin (TX)
@Transfer_Stats
txproject.io

 

Terracoin (TRC)
@Terracoin_TRC
terracoin.io

 

WINNERS Card 6: Maximize ROI

Crypto Trading Solutions (CTS)
@CTSPlatform
ctsplatform.cc

 

EXUS Coin (EXUS)
@ExusCoin
exuscoin.com

 

Xando (XDO)
@xando_club
xando.me

 

StoneCoin (STONE)
@CoinRocks
stonecoin.rocks

 

WINNERS Card 7: Minimize Risk

Polis (POLIS)
@PolisBlockchain
polispay.org

 

Aegeus (AEG)
@Aegeus_Coin
aegeus.io

 

Crave NG (CRAVE)
@CraveProject 
crave.cc

 

Shekel (JEW)
@shekel_coin
shekel.io

 

WINNERS Card 8: Optimize Past

Denarius (DNR)
@denariuscoin
denarius.io

 

Satoshicoin (SATC)
@SatoshiCoin_
satoshicoin.world

 

Harvest Coin (HC)
@HarvestMnCoin 
harvestcoin.org

 

Linda Coin (LINDA)
@lindaproject
lindacoin.com

 

Methodology & Results

We utilized Omni Analytics Group’s internal ranking system to select the sixty-four challengers for #MasternodeMeBro18. Competitors were organized into four groups: minimize cost, maximize ROI, minimize risk, optimize past. Initial match-ups within each of these four groups was determined based on market cap. Events 1 & 2 each consisted of four fight cards, one card for each of the four categories, with four fights per card.

“The masternode categories represent the various selection criteria that investors may consider when researching coins. Not every strategy involves maximizing short term returns and we wanted our ranking algorithm to reflect that.”

Omni Analytics Group

Respondents

A total of 1,717 responses were collected in Event 2 across the four separate fight cards. Two fight cards generated the majority of responses. Notably, Fight Card 5 accounted for almost 60% of all responses.

  • Card 5: 1,017 respondents
  • Card 6: 52 respondents
  • Card 7: 625 respondents
  • Card 8: 23 respondents

Fight Card 8 ended with two 50/50 ties. Those two fights went to “sudden death” as Twitter polls. Omni Analytics Group then processed the final results, with a focus on data significance.

 

Coming Match-Ups

Event 2 winners will battle the winners from the coordinating fight cards in Event 1.

Here are the Event 3 match-ups:

Card 9 Match-Ups

  • XZC v. DYN
  • XSN v. XLR
  • GIN v. TX
  • GBX v. TRC

Card 10 Match-Ups

  • DEV v. CTS
  • CDM v. EXUS
  • PZDC v. XDO
  • ARKT v. STONE

Card 11 Match-Ups

  • PIVX v. POLIS
  • BLOCK v. AEG
  • PHR v. CRAVE
  • XLQ v. JEW

Card 12 Match-Ups

  • COLX v. DNR
  • CRW v. SATC
  • BWK v. HC
  • RUPX v. LINDA

Keep up with the fights on Twitter:

Special thanks to Omni Analytics Group. We encourage you to explore Omni Analytics Group’s cryptocurrency analysis and applications.