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1  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM - Keplertek, or Kepler Technologies (KEP) on: August 27, 2019, 10:08:31 AM
By the way, Godfrey was involved in another scam Roll Eyes
2  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM - Keplertek, or Kepler Technologies (KEP) on: August 20, 2019, 06:50:15 PM

Yes, I was actually somewhat inspired by your article, and have published new information that has come to light since then. Basically the public needs to be wary of anything Reuben Godfrey or Giorgi Topuria attach their names to going forward. Godfrey actually theatened to sue me via Telegram PM. And this is what he most recently had to say about Kepler, which in my opinion, makes his judgment all the more suspect:

How's his lawsuit against you going? LOL.

Haha, he tried to threaten us too Smiley
3  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Do Not Keep your tokens in KuCoin Exchange for a long term on: August 19, 2019, 01:53:56 PM
We also reviewed this exchange and founded nothing good in it. To be short,
From everything mentioned above we get the impression the company isn’t too bothered about its reputation – in fact, it seems no one there is bothered about anything except pumps and hype. It’s hard to call that an exchange.

If you decide to deposit or even keep money there, you should know that far more stable options exist: buying lottery tickets, gambling on sporting events, burying banknotes in the ground, betting that a Republican will win the next presidential election or hiring an expensive lawyer for Kevin Spacey. Of course, these are all pretty risky ventures. But KuCoin is even worse. 

Full article is here Smiley
4  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: 🔴[SCAM] Ignite Ratings ICO. Scam’s INC on: August 19, 2019, 01:47:52 PM
5  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM - Keplertek, or Kepler Technologies (KEP) on: August 19, 2019, 01:45:55 PM
We have exposed it as a scam in the end of March Smiley
6  Economy / Reputation / Krishnendu Chatterjee: expensive scams of Ph.D. on: July 31, 2019, 01:13:31 PM
Hi folks! Our guest today is not just a scammer, but a real Ph.D.! His name is Krishnendu Chatterjee, and he is Taiwan origin. That’s what this guy says about himself🙁
7  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: KEPLERTEK HAS SCAMMED HUNTERS AFTER 8 MONTH WAIT SINCE ICO on: July 23, 2019, 11:52:10 AM
There is just no end to this rotten fraudster! Now he is harassing a 60 year old Keplertek ambassador, trying to find out which of his employees spilled the beans about his scamming operations. Previously he tried to bribe this guy to provide information and expose the leaks in his founders, and private groups. We have to stop this disrespectful conman  duesch bag, from his personal attacks, and lies ‼️

Great screenshots, we've shared it to our Telegram channel
8  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: KEPLERTEK SCAM by the Dirty, Charlatan Giorgi Topuria on: July 23, 2019, 11:49:29 AM
shitcoinoffering prepared a very good report about Keplertek showing signs of exit and about Reuben Godfrey: I would suggest joining hands with shitcoinoffering and probably helping them with evidences to prepare a good report will be a good idea since he also has a platform where he can warn people.

Yes, here is it ->
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Where's the Moon? IEO tokens. Infographics on: July 20, 2019, 09:34:20 PM
Dman man I absolutely love those infographics! How much time does it even take for you to come up with the graphics? You should definitely consider posting this stuff on r/bitcoin you will double your members on the TG group in no time. Btw please make something for Libra, it seems to be a rich man's dream come true.

It's a great pleasure for us! Thanks for your support. We will look at Libra and if it we wind something interesting there, we will review it Wink
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: Where's the Moon? IEO tokens. Infographics on: July 20, 2019, 09:33:01 PM
Thanks for the interesting infographics. However, for me, IEOs do not look so promising since I am a small trader and i cant invest more than $1k. Perhaps for whales who invest millions of dollars it has a profit. But in my opinion IEOs are safer than ICOs

It is still shifty market...
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Where's the Moon? IEO tokens. Infographics on: July 19, 2019, 01:24:10 PM

Originally published on

The most intensive growth of IEO market was 86% while decreasing – -1350%

By subscribing to our Telegram channel you confirm that you cannot be fooled by shitty startups, but you knew that, didn’t you?

In Blockchain we trust!
12  Other / Serious discussion / Where's the Moon? IEO tokens. Infographics on: July 19, 2019, 01:22:10 PM

Originally published on

The most intensive growth of IEO market was 86% while decreasing – -1350%

In Blockchain we trust!
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Where's the Moon? IEO tokens. Infographics on: July 19, 2019, 01:19:47 PM

Originally published on

The most intensive growth of IEO market was 86% while decreasing – -1350%

By subscribing to our Telegram channel you confirm that you cannot be fooled by shitty startups, but you knew that, didn’t you?

In Blockchain we trust!
14  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAM: Bitcoin SV (BSV) - fake team member and plagiarized white paper on: July 11, 2019, 08:39:15 AM
Did you know the real story about Craig Wright?
15  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: KEPLERTEK HAS SCAMMED HUNTERS AFTER 8 MONTH WAIT SINCE ICO on: July 10, 2019, 01:14:32 PM
Yesterday and today this Georgian scammer went on a tirade to threaten taunt investors who lost their money in the Keplertek scam; telling them they have no balls and taunting them to take legal action. Just now he pumped the dead token with 500% on that shitty scammy Coinsbit exchange, who has frozen everybody’s tokens. Somebody needs to stop this cocksucker, he has gone too far.

He lies to everyone and everywhere
16  Economy / Economics / Money, crypto, IEOs. Infographics on: July 08, 2019, 02:46:17 PM

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A new type of crypto-investment has already collected one and a half billion bucks.

First IEOs appeared in December 2017 on the Binance platform. But again they were remembered only at the beginning of this current year. In many ways, thanks to the Fetch startup that gathered the cap in 22 seconds!

Initially, IEOs didn’t set themselves big goals, but over time, the bar has raised and now looks like exorbitantly inflated ICOs. In May, Bitfinex that sold LEO tokens to private investors, bombed. In June, Tron Game Global was killing it. What will happen next is hard to imagine!

10 biggest IEO in the history ($)

Bitfinex LEO 1 000 000 000
Tron Game Global 80 000 000
Percival 35 000 000
Bread 32 000 000
CharS 30 000 000
GIFTO 30 000 000
Windhan Energy 28 700 000
ioeX 27 200 000
Harmony 23 000 000
MultiVAC 16 200 000

10 most successful exchanges IEO launches ($)

Bitfinex 1 000 000 000
Binance 107 000 000
Coineal 72 000 000
Probit 39 000 000
Exmarkets 35 000 000
Kucoin 31 000 000
LBank 30 000 000
Bitforex 21 000 000
Latoken 9 500 000
Bittrex 8 500 000

Overall IEO collected over $1 466 000 000

In 2017 ICO collected $3 500 000 000

In 2018 — $7 800 000 000

Write in the comments about your experience of participating in IEOs and do you think they are safer than ICOs. In blockchain we trust!
17  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Another mafia - Swachhcoin -They will stealing your IDs and preparing to retreat on: July 04, 2019, 02:21:05 PM
I've been away for a while, but my intuition doesn't disappoint me, as almost always..


Something I just found on the quick way

We've mentioned this project and its advisors in one of our articles.

Swachcoin is the startup of a non-profit organisation with an outstanding idea. People sort their rubbish and send it to a waste processing plant in return for tokens that can be used to buy products made from the same rubbish. Yet again, all this is possible thanks to AI, Big Data and blockchain.

It’s troubling that the team behind this is made up of nobodies from India lead by someone with the same name as their local Ryan Gosling. But at least he’s verified on the IСО listing website, unlike his teammates.

The fact that the team is planning to give some of the tokens to charity is a turn-off too. In these troubled times, this just looks like another trick. Indeed, their plans are to raise no less than 18 million dollars.

As you can see, young Richard needs to stop and ask himself, “Don’t I really want to help truly decent blockchain projects instead of these fucking rip-off merchants?”
18  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: Keplertek SCAM - collected $14 mln and are preparing for an exit on: July 04, 2019, 01:16:51 PM
And today we have yet another video being spammed and edited over and over, with the same BS this Georgian scammer had promised two years ago. He thinks no one will wonder where is the original Keplertek team as they appear on the website, and he thinks people will buy that the two dweebs, displaying logon screens, in this crummy office, are actually suppose to be hard at work with Keplertek stuff 🙈 I bet by tomorrow we’ll have 3 new edits of this shitty video on FB 😂

let's check it  Smiley
19  Economy / Scam Accusations / Re: SCAMMED crypto projects for up to 5,000,000 USD on: July 03, 2019, 01:34:59 PM
The inheritors of Genghis Khan thought they’ll be able to fool everyone with some feculent IEO worth a shitload of money🤔
Find out here, whether they’ve succeeded😄
20  Economy / Scam Accusations / Binod Nirvan: 8 ICO-Startups You Don’t Want To Bump Into In A Dark Alley on: July 03, 2019, 01:31:58 PM

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We’ve dissected all the ugliest scams our hero, a “crypto expert” from Nepal, has perpetrated: Blockchained Uber, pharmaceutical revolution, and virtual-god-damned-rehab ‒ only today, in ShitCoin’s agenda.

Hey, pumpkins. Let’s have a little talk about music and its virtuous effect on our poor grouchy souls. As for my humble opinion, the best album ever created was “Nevermind” by Nirvana ‒ you had a chance to guess that from the art in the beginning. By the way, did you know that Kurt, Chris and Dave named it “Sheep” in the beginning? Quite symbolic, as for me.


Continuing the fun facts quiz, “Something In The Way” didn’t work out for Kurt Cobain until he tried to play the song on the acoustic guitar while sitting on his favorite couch. And my absolute favorite “Sappy” was initially cut out from the album, which allowed it to blow up later when its original creator had already passed away.


Unluckily, here’s where the positive part of the article ends. Below you’ll only find a heart cry of the person who tries to understand whether the world around him went crazy, or he lost his own mind while reviewing other senseless, crazy, absurd startups made by crypto “geniuses”.  


Why have I even started to talk about Nirvana? All thanks to Binod Nirvan, aka Binod Nepal ‒ a Blockchain guru who deserves to have an article contributed personally to him on our website. His activities made him quite a name in crypto community, and, if it was up to me, it would become a synonym of:

Turn up your music as loud as possible, because this trip ain’t gonna be the easy one.

Binod ‒ or Happy, a l’anglaise ‒ used to study only 2 years in his life, which slided by in Nepal school. I bet such a strong educational base pleases his investors beyond all bounds. It would be cool if that information would be displayed anywhere else except for his unpretentious LinkedIn profile. For example, there can be a WARNING banner every time somebody opens his website, or something similarly nonintrusive.


His ongoing career went…smoothly, I guess? The man used to control the quality of something unimportant, then he was raised to the regional unimportant director in Paris, and that’s how 17 years of Binod’s life have passed. And then, suddenly ‒ it’s 2018 outside, crypto technologies flourish, people believe everything you tell them if you use the word “smart” but what is more important ‒ with naive people come easy money! This simple revelation changed the life of a normal guy Binod, and made him the person we have a pleasure to contemplate now.  


Everything started with the Dice Money. By using complex terms like “cluster economy type” or “investment mining”, and by drawing these outstanding business schemes, the guys tries to collect $50 million on their ICO.

But ‒ what a pity ‒ the users evaluated the startup only at $1,5 million. A year has passed since, and (who could imagine?) nothing was done. The founders even had the nerve to ask for the additional reimbursement recently in their Twitter.

By all accounts, the project won’t last any longer. Binod took the ICO adviser role in this groundbreaking startup. Rest in peace, Dice Money.


RedCab will seem a little bit familiar to you, if you know what Uber is. It now seems like a ridiculous joke that will require not millions ‒ billions of dollars, but the year before even the most stupid startup managed to collect at least $3 million, just like RedCab did. As for now, you won’t even have the chance to enjoy the optimistic pictures of future depicted on its website ‒ the domain is unavailable, and we don’t even mention the actual result of the guys’ work.

Nirvan, again, set the founders on the right path as a smart contract adviser. Also, our old friend Filip Poutintsev happened to be amongst the advisers’ list. Hello, fella! How’s life? Still bitching good men? Nothing new, it is.


In CYBR our Happy is a blockchain developer team lead ‒ a big boss, in simple words. According to the launchpad of Coineal exchange, the startup currently goes through the IEO stage. I felt a free-floating anxiety when I noticed that the owner of the project is the guy who also own 21st Century. On their website, there’s a huge title that tells us that they develop the solutions for SMALL businesses solely. But ‒ hey, since it’s Blockchain ‒ the more you lie, the more you hype. That’s why we can see IBM and HP amongst the partners of a not yet existing company.

Their softcap is $2 million, their hardcap is $15 million ‒ classic. Investors are tempted by an unsubstantiated growth of the token, with which the users will have a possibility to pay for the hacker-proof defence. If you wonder where the Blockchain is implemented, then don’t worry ‒ you are not alone. Obviously, the project’s Blockchain is a monkey business.  


It’s hard to tell a lot about ClinTex as their website is a bit under the weather.


Looking back, the founders once had Napoleonic plans. They wanted to fundrise $19 million and start a pharmaceutical revolution: promised to make the cost of clinical tests about 10 times lower, therefore, make the meds cheaper and more available. Still, the collected money travelled in a regular way ‒ somewhere to the developers’ pockets, and the world, again, didn’t get the chance to see the new era of medicine and healthcare.

And what about Cross Hedge? They’re conducting a sale, and what is more important ‒ they even have a working website! That’s a lot if we talk about scamming projects. Maybe the wheel of life made a mistake and for once in a while we met an adequate crypto startup?

No, everything’s fine. You can just look at their Telegram to realise, that this is not an exception, especially if we talk about a project with $85,5 million hardcap.

Playing in ShitCoin Bingo with Cross Hedge is not intriguing at all ‒ every single sentence in their whitepaper adds another one point to the score. If you were planning to add a degree to the game by drinking every time you read phrases from “promising startup ICO” starter pack, then don’t ‒ it’s a right track to alcoholism.


Intellectual investment? Check. Statistical modelling? Check. Machine learning, artificial intelligence? Check, check, check. They didn’t bother to find a better copywriter than the guy who works for food on freelance. And Nirvan is an ICO adviser again. At least, we hope Mr X paid his salary in actual money, not tokens, God forbid.



The next abomination ‒ Cryptonity ‒ conducts the sale too.

Our beloved Binod, together with an ill-reputed “Blockchain expert” Naveen Kapoor are extremely HAPPY with this (get it?)

The project is planning to pull off whole 5 sale rounds. Overall, they aim to get $20 million and create their own multifiat cryptocurrency exchange with blackjack and hookers that will kill (no less than that) the current leader Binance. For some reason, we are skeptical ‘bout that. We’ve seen enough typical exchanges that couldn’t offer nothing more than the actual exchange features set, so is there any reason to expect anything else from the scammers?


For instance, here are the monthly traded value of the KuBitX Exchange startup. They couldn’t handle the ICO with the presumptuous upper plank of 25 000 ETH, and here are the results. I bet I spend more money on beer every month 🙂

All in all, the assistance on Binod-advicer again came to nought.

Finally, we came to the cherry on the top of the Binod’s career ‒ a virtual rehab. I warned you about the dangers of playing ShitCoin Bingo with alcohol! And here we are, curing the alcoholism (together with depression, PTSD, autism, etc.) with the help of a remedial VR, holy AI, and almighty Blockchain.


Such a cutting-edge and much-needed startup requires a proper funding that is why the guys want to collect $20 million in the forthcoming ICO. Why so much money, you ask? Well, aside from the main occupation, the founders have to keep in touch with partners, right? And champagne and shrimps aren’t chean in Singapore, so here is it.  

I don’t believe in therapeutic effect of psychoanalysis via VR-headset. And even more, I don’t trust guys who hire Nirvan without checking his previous achievements in startups ‒ or, rather, their absence. Finally, I don’t really think that the people who used to work for Vodafone and toy stores can create decent project in psychoanalysis, Blockchain or healthcare. But that’s how the situation with this rehab is going ‒ and that’s why I think that this is yet another brazen attempt to steal money from people, who suffer from mental illnesses.

The final score is: 8 out of 8 scamming projects, some of which no longer show signs of life, while the others just head towards the result of their predecessors. In all of them, Binod is just like the boy from the “Nevermind” album cover ‒ chasing the dollar on a fish-hook. Listen, bro, you seriously have to stop. There are thousands of ways to earn money honestly, without fooling decent people who only want to invest in something good.


Don’t fool people, and you won’t be fooled ‒ that’s how karma works. It’s a pity not all of us know this simple truth. Together we will win.


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