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September 01, 2017, 04:30:59 PM
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For me, it is almost impossible to define what ICO is the scam. There is always a risk of bankruptcy. But good research could give you at least X2 at the exit.
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September 01, 2017, 04:43:02 PM
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I would have thought most ICOs are scams because most AltCoins are crashcoins that peak a short time after release and then are gradually dumped. There may even be a few really big ones out there right now that will hurt a few people  Undecided But you can't expect every coins to be a success, to have a winner you must also have losers.
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September 01, 2017, 05:12:21 PM
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I would have thought most ICOs are scams because most AltCoins are crashcoins that peak a short time after release and then are gradually dumped. There may even be a few really big ones out there right now that will hurt a few people  Undecided But you can't expect every coins to be a success, to have a winner you must also have losers.

This is not true anymore, most of them has a trend which is definitely the reverse of your thoughts. They do an ICO, then their token hits the markets, exchanges. Then the price is dumped. And then it starts to rise once again. This is the benefit for the long term investors.

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September 01, 2017, 05:42:04 PM
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we have to make an analysis if we want to determine which is good and which is bad. Some are not scam but their project is not really realistic and therefore, its price may drop during the developing time. Be careful while choosing

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September 01, 2017, 05:46:07 PM
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If you do your research and see if a project can really add something to the market that has not been done before? Why would it be a scam. If something is too good to be true yea then it could be a scam. Those days the returns in crypto. Those won't stay forever I think. Currently, all decent ico projects give 2 times to even 3 times return when they enter the market. On the real stock markets that's a dream if something like that happens. While there are examples like LinkedIn but it does not happy many times. Research is the key in crypto fundamental choices works out well with ICO.
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September 01, 2017, 05:55:49 PM
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They know the ICO through twitter, facebook, medium, youtube, etc ... It is easy to understand that the investment experience and way of each person is different. So before deciding to invest in an ICO project, each investor must study the project or some will rely on advice from their friends.

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