SVET Rating Brief Writing Guide

SVET is Light, Authors Svet and Vic

SVET System Rating:

  1. Velocity: you have to factually check, number (if possible) and appraise platform’s scaling / growth capacity, including, platform’s number of independent nodes, their rate of growth and number of independent developers working with this platform. Sources of information: project’s Technical paper, project’s GitHub, look for a number of registered project developers, their activity and qualification;
  2. Engineering: you have to asses platform’s Architecture and compare it to known analogues. Sources of information: project’s Technical paper;
  3. Transparency: you have to rate platform’s Governance model. Sources of information: Project’s DAO website.

SVET Vision Rating:

  1. Volume: you have to gauge project’s targeted Market’s Size and number of platform’s Users. Sources of information: google project’s industry researches;
  2. Empathy: you have to weigh up project’s Community. Sources of information: the number of its Twitter, Reddit, Telegram followers as well as quality, number and frequency of users replies, number of likes / dislikes;
  3. Timing / TimeLine: you have to analyze project’s future Development Plans. Sources of information: look at platform’s growth / development phases (Road Map) on project’s webpage and in its Whitepaper.

SVET Execution Rating:

  1. Validity: you have to scrutinize project’s Legal status, including official registration, and its headquarter address (sources of information: project’s official registration records, project’s company legal name such as found on;
  2. Equity: you have to appraise project’s Finance, including financial and audit reports (it is not necessary to proof read it — only to check for their existence). Sources of information: Project’s GAAP Reports, Project’s and Industries Financial Forecasts, Information about Project’s investments rounds;
  3. Team: you have to rate project’s Team, including, project’s founders profiles on LinkedIn. Sources of information: Project’s web site, Project’s LinkedIn Account.

SVET Tokenomics Rating:

  1. Value: you have to explore project token’s price potential to increase in the long-term (3–5 years). Sources of information: token’s historical prices graphs technical analysis, ratio of tokens maximum to current supply, experts comments;
  2. Engagement: you have to research project token’s usability as well as how it is marketed on various medias platform. Sources of information: project web page, personal impression from using project tokens, look for users comments in project’s Telegram group, project’s Tokenomics whitepaper;
  3. Transactions: you have to investigate token’s ease of use and transact. Sources of information: number and quality of Exchanges where this token is registered, number and availability of wallets accepting this token.

It is very important that you remain skeptical in your assessments.

The required SVET Review Format:

  • Intro: SVET.(… category…) Rating ( … 4 Deeps … ). Example: ‘SVET.Vision (Singularity — Volume — Empathy — Timing)’.
  • Content (Review and Rating Text): Each Deeps is to be addressed in the review orderly in several paragraphs, one-by-one and must be concluded by assigning a rating to a given Deep. An expected length of the SVET Review and Rating ~ 1000 words.
  • The Footer (Rating Total): ( … name of the project ….)’s SVET.(… category…) Rating ( … 4 Deeps … ): x / x / x / x. Example: ‘Monero’s SVET.Vision (Singularity — Volume — Empathy — Timing) Rating: a / a / b- / a’
  • References.

*) Note, in case you have some notable involvements with rated projects (f .e, you are an advisor, founder — or his/her relative, employee, contractor etc) you have to explicitly state that fact in the Review.


Required SVET Reference Layout: Title Of The Document, The date (if there is no date, use n.d.), Author’s Name, Title of Website, URL.

Example (fictional): ‘A purely peer-to-peer version of electronic cash would allow online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution.’[1]

[1] Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, October 31, 2008, Satoshi Nakamoto,,

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