Competition in the sphere of scalable dApp-protocols is more severe than in others, so it has to be taken into consideration. The existing blockchains, though not as scalable as Alza might become, still have first- mover advantage and might be better off if they introduce scalability features, such as Lightning network, Sharding, Plasma, State Channels.
Product: Low GItHub activity. Testnet is not available for public and there is no explanation on what the base consensus algorithm will be. PDX aims to create a blockchain for small amd medium-size businesses. However, the team members do not have experience in working with such businesses.PDX will be building many components to the ecosystem out the gate such as cross-chain interaction with other public blockchains and consortium blockchains, a developer application store, and a built-in decentralized exchange. All of these features will be paid services. Part of the fees will go towards the PDX company which is a for-profit entity, part of it goes to the foundation, and part of it is returned to the community.
There will be only 20% of the tokens available for sale. 80% of the tokens will be reserved by the project. Lenovo Capital investment in PDX can't be validated. The company valuation of $60M seems too high.
MVP: Yes. Underlying blockchain protocol available: https://bit.ly/2JblJ3gTeam: Yes. Good team with experience at Cisco, Yahoo, Paypal, etc. Reachable.Usecase: Yes. Token has strong utility on the platform. Customer/tester: Not confirmed.Planning: Seems reasonable.Hardcap: Not bad for a blockchain with a semi-working product: $12m for 20%.Terms/spelling: Some issues with spelling/grammar, but nothing we haven’t seen from Chinese projects before. Overall pretty decent, if not technical enough, whitepaper.