Their picks just felt out of touch with the world of NFTs. But we all have our biases, how can i claim that the list i have created is better than theirs? What’s the criteria?
Well, making an objective list is impossible, because then we would have to crunch math and appoint positions based on the metrics we will use. That would definitely make for a fun list but not an accurate representation.
Publishing my own list, although it would feed my ego, it wouldn’t make for an interesting read.
So how do we go about making this damn list?
We approached some of the biggest personalities in the crypto NFT space and asked them to make their own lists. It is one of those things ‘’easier said than done’’, but we managed to collect more than enough data by being mildly annoying with DMs.
Thank you so much to everyone who took the time to feed us with some much-needed data. We were going to publish a list with the contributors but most wished to remain anonymous.
We then compiled all the lists into one giant list and all further mentions counted as votes towards that person, we also applied some extra multipliers for 1st, Top 5, and Top 10 positions of each list.
Without further ado