Can ChatGPT Write Your ICO Whitepaper?


By Grace Rachmany

May 30, 2024

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In a world where every sh*tcoin seems to go 100x overnight, many are tempted to cut corners, especially when it comes to drafting whitepapers. I mean, have you read the $PEPE whitepaper? How about the $DOGE whitepaper? Didn’t think so.

A cryptocurrency whitepaper written by ChatGPT

With AI tools such as ChatGPT offering a free fix, it’s easy to see why some might opt for this route. However, this approach is only suitable if your crypto project meets these three criteria:

1. The project and token don’t do anything original.

If your project is merely a fork or a slight variation of existing ones, AI can handle the task. ChatGPT is capable of generating a decent whitepaper for a copycat project. But, if your project lacks originality and innovation, you’re likely not aiming for long-term success.

2. Nobody Will Read the Whitepaper Anyway

For projects targeting speculative investors, the content of the whitepaper is less critical. If you’re catering to a group more interested in pump-and-dump schemes than the actual substance of your project, then any generic whitepaper generated by ChatGPT will suffice.

A Doge sitting on crypto coins

3. You and Your Team Are Not Doxxed

Anonymity can shield you from accountability. If your team prefers to stay anonymous, likely to avoid repercussions of issuing a subpar token, a fabricated and generic whitepaper won’t be an embarrassment. There’s less at stake if things go wrong.


Why You Need a Professional Whitepaper writer

If you’re reading this, I assume you don’t fall into the above categories. For those with unique projects, aiming for a significant product-market fit and engaging a thoughtful audience, a professionally crafted whitepaper is essential. Here’s why:

  • Unique Projects Require Unique Content: A project with innovative ideas needs a whitepaper that can clearly and effectively communicate its uniqueness and value proposition.
  • Credibility and Trust: A well-written whitepaper by a professional not only enhances your credibility but also builds trust among potential investors and partners.
  • Clarity and Precision: Professional ICO white paper writers can articulate complex ideas in a way that is accessible and engaging, ensuring your audience fully understands your vision and strategy.


In conclusion, while AI tools like ChatGPT offer quick solutions for generic projects, they cannot replace the nuanced, detailed work of a professional writer for unique and original ICOs. If your project stands out and you value quality and precision, investing in a professional whitepaper is the way forward.

Good thing you’ve found me.

Grace Rachmany, leading crypto whitepaper write