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Author Topic: [2016-05-14] The Sun Exchange Project Aiming to turn bitcoin into Electricity  (Read 255 times)
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May 14, 2016, 09:01:58 PM
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One of the fastest growing Bitcoin start-ups of this year has to be the Sun Exchange. Providing users with the ability to invest in a national solar panel network which provides a approximate return of 10% to investors. The site also allows users to put forward their own projects to be funded by the company

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May 14, 2016, 09:17:44 PM
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Is this just a new ponzi site that claim they have projects while there is nothing in real life ? Why do not they put any photos of these projects on the site ?
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hmm I think its because of the early stage of the site development atm but again you can never be sure site was mentioned on coindesk too as one of the uprising companies in Africa the site does have a registered address so I would check out the background of the site too to be on the safe side Cheesy

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Is this just a new ponzi site that claim they have projects while there is nothing in real life ? Why do not they put any photos of these projects on the site ?

This is not a ponzi site at all. The Sun Exchange was in the very early stages when this thread was active. You can see all the projects completed here: https://thesunexchange.com/se-projects
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