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Cryptocurrencies e-reputation

Number of pages53
Master program titleMaster in Digital Systems and Services
Imprimatur date2023-06-16
Defense date2023-06-14
Abstract

Over the past few years, the scientific community has shown a growing interest in exploring the reputation of blockchain-based digital projects. Specifically, researchers have been investigating the connection between the opinions expressed by internet users on social networks and the fluctuations observed in the cryptocurrency market. Numerous studies have approached this topic from various perspectives, shedding light on different aspects of the relationship.

In line with this trend, our work aims to present a fresh approach to analyzing the evolution of cryptocurrency prices on dedicated markets. To accomplish this, we draw on the insights and methodologies derived from social science disciplines. Our goal is to gain a deeper understanding of how the crypto-currency market responds to messages posted on social media platforms.

By bridging the gap between social media sentiment and cryptocurrency market movements, our research contributes to the existing knowledge in the field. The "Kanfa Crypto" project represents a significant step towards addressing the challenges associated with reputation analysis in the cryp- tocurrency domain. Through our comprehensive platform, users can access the latest data, leverage advanced analytical tools, and gain valuable insights into the dynamics of the crypto market.

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Keywords
  • Sentiment Analysis
  • Cryptocurrencies
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Data retrieval
  • Data processing
  • Small world
Citation (ISO format)
HOUESSOU, Theophile Malachie. Cryptocurrencies e-reputation. 2023.
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