Bitcoin Forum
November 18, 2017, 03:33:07 AM *
News: Latest stable version of Bitcoin Core: 0.15.1  [Torrent].
 
   Home   Help Search Donate Login Register  
Pages: « 1 2 3 [4] 5 »  All
  Print  
Author Topic: All airdrops are ponzi schemes?  (Read 1513 times)
Hyperme.sh
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 98


View Profile
October 04, 2017, 11:41:28 PM
 #61

-snip-
And Byteball airdropped to exchanges who held so much BTC, so guess for yourself if any kickbacks were involved.
-snip-

Since the beginning there was filtering mechanisms preventing this from happening. And it was further improved:

Inspired by my conversation with Aleš Janda (who is very knowledgeable in blockchain analysis and runs walletexplorer.com and chainalysis.com), there is a new rule for microtransaction-proven bitcoin addresses:

- if the address had more than 50 transactions in the last 3 days, it is rejected.  Linking by signature is still possible.

Such frequent transactions are common for exchanges and other shared wallets, and the rule prevents its customers from linking the shared address by doing a withdrawal.

This adds to the other two rules that serve the same purpose:
- if the microtransaction has more than 2 outputs, it is rejected (with the exception of Electrum 2fa transactions that have 3 outputs), because exchanges often aggregate several withdrawals into a single transaction
- if the same address was already linked before by another user, the new link is rejected and the old link is canceled.  This applies only to tx-proven addresses, and the reason for this rule is that for sufficiently popular exchanges, there will likely be more than one user who tries to cheat.

The two old rules were good enough at filtering large well known exchanges but a small number of addresses of smaller exchanges were still linked.  The new rule is to filter them too.

Oh come on. Well I’m glad you linked to that because I read it in the past and couldn’t find it again.

Afaics, that filtering rule is easily subverted. And most of the exchanges’ BTC are presumably in deeper storage any way, so the filtering rule will not help.

Besides, wasn’t that rule added far too late after the most economically significant air drops were already completed.

For such an important issue, where is the comprehensive document which explains all the filtering methods employed in sufficient, holistic detail and the timing that each was employed and the complete accounting of air drops and dates. We should not have to go searching in a very long project thread to try to dig out the details which are buried in posts.

Also we know for a fact they did not filter out Iconomi’s ill gotten, illegal security issued ICO hoard, because Iconomi wrote a Medium blog post about how they got 9.766% of the initial Byteball money supply.

“if you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”

(but really we’re just-us working together to build a better world, not scamming)

I guess what irritates me is pretending something is more egalitarian than it really is. I have no problem with admitting that egalitarianism is impossible, so why not be transparent about it. Why make these SJW-like lies to ourselves pretending what isn’t.
1510975987
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1510975987

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1510975987
Reply with quote  #2

1510975987
Report to moderator
1510975987
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1510975987

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1510975987
Reply with quote  #2

1510975987
Report to moderator
There are several different types of Bitcoin clients. The most secure are full nodes like Bitcoin-Qt, but full nodes are more resource-heavy, and they must do a lengthy initial syncing process. As a result, lightweight clients with somewhat less security are commonly used.
Advertised sites are not endorsed by the Bitcoin Forum. They may be unsafe, untrustworthy, or illegal in your jurisdiction. Advertise here.
1510975987
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1510975987

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1510975987
Reply with quote  #2

1510975987
Report to moderator
1510975987
Hero Member
*
Offline Offline

Posts: 1510975987

View Profile Personal Message (Offline)

Ignore
1510975987
Reply with quote  #2

1510975987
Report to moderator
star citizen
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 38


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 12:41:13 AM
 #62

-snip-
And Byteball airdropped to exchanges who held so much BTC, so guess for yourself if any kickbacks were involved.
-snip-

Since the beginning there was filtering mechanisms preventing this from happening. And it was further improved:

Inspired by my conversation with Aleš Janda (who is very knowledgeable in blockchain analysis and runs walletexplorer.com and chainalysis.com), there is a new rule for microtransaction-proven bitcoin addresses:

- if the address had more than 50 transactions in the last 3 days, it is rejected.  Linking by signature is still possible.

Such frequent transactions are common for exchanges and other shared wallets, and the rule prevents its customers from linking the shared address by doing a withdrawal.

This adds to the other two rules that serve the same purpose:
- if the microtransaction has more than 2 outputs, it is rejected (with the exception of Electrum 2fa transactions that have 3 outputs), because exchanges often aggregate several withdrawals into a single transaction
- if the same address was already linked before by another user, the new link is rejected and the old link is canceled.  This applies only to tx-proven addresses, and the reason for this rule is that for sufficiently popular exchanges, there will likely be more than one user who tries to cheat.

The two old rules were good enough at filtering large well known exchanges but a small number of addresses of smaller exchanges were still linked.  The new rule is to filter them too.

Oh come on. Well I’m glad you linked to that because I read it in the past and couldn’t find it again.

Afaics, that filtering rule is easily subverted. And most of the exchanges’ BTC are presumably in deeper storage any way, so the filtering rule will not help.

Besides, wasn’t that rule added far too late after the most economically significant air drops were already completed.

For such an important issue, where is the comprehensive document which explains all the filtering methods employed in sufficient, holistic detail and the timing that each was employed and the complete accounting of air drops and dates. We should not have to go searching in a very long project thread to try to dig out the details which are buried in posts.

Also we know for a fact they did not filter out Iconomi’s ill gotten, illegal security issued ICO hoard, because Iconomi wrote a Medium blog post about how they got 9.766% of the initial Byteball money supply.

“if you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”

(but really we’re just-us working together to build a better world, not scamming)

I guess what irritates me is pretending something is more egalitarian than it really is. I have no problem with admitting that egalitarianism is impossible, so why not be transparent about it. Why make these SJW-like lies to ourselves pretending what isn’t.
I suggest you read it again. The filtering is to prevent customers from linking the exchange addresses, not the exchange itself from linking it. If you see, linking by signature is still allowed.

Exchanges, ICONOMI and other ICOs own the private keys for these addresses, which makes them, from a protocol perspective, owners of these coins.
 
I'm not saying it's perfect, but I also don't see these exchanges linking their cold storages by signature. Even if they are there, again, from a protocol perspective, we can not blame them. In crypto, that's what we're signing for.
ev3nout
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 28


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 12:45:10 AM
 #63

Air drops is a viral Marketing strategy. Apparently it works b/c everybody seems to be talking about it.
VTS
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 84

Licensing & Monetizing Digital Content!


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 07:33:59 AM
 #64

Nobody reads the OP anymore? That's the problem with signature campaigns.

Sadly but true! Thanks for pointing that out!
Yeah man, that's another thing for mods and signature managers to keep an eye on.

These days it's all about the post count. It's creating mindless zombies.

Thank you again!


That you telling cannot be said too often! I agree that there should be more awareness about it!

thepo1m
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 448


Japan open the Blocks


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 08:04:07 AM
 #65

Your assumption is very wrong, why are you picking recent airdrop project, I was told NEM was airdropped and made some people millionaire and recently Cosma will be on the platform and raised significant amount of fund. I believe you are mixing some things up here

█████████████████      ████████▄     ███████▄      ▄▄████▄▄     ███████▄ 
█████████████████ ▐█   ███▀▀▀▀███▄   ███▀▀▀███▄   ███▀▀▀▀███    ███▀▀▀███▄
█████████████████ ▐█   ███     ███   ███▄▄▄███▀  ███      ███   ███▄▄▄███▀
█████████████████ ▐█   ███     ███   ███████▀    ███      ███   ███████▀ 
█████████████████ ▐█   ███▄▄▄▄███▀   ███  ▀██▄    ███▄▄▄▄███    ███
█████████████████ ▐█   ████████▀     ███   ▀██▄    ▀▀████▀▀     ███
█████████████████ ▐█
█████████████████ ▐█   ████████▄     █████████    ▄██████▄   ███   ▄███▀
█████████████████ ▐█   ███▀▀▀▀███▄   ███▀▀▀▀▀▀   ████▀▀██▀   ███ ▄███▀
█████████████████ ▐█   ███     ███   ███▄▄▄▄▄   ████         ██████▀
█████████████████ ▐█   ███     ███   ███▀▀▀▀▀   ████         ███▀███▄
▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀ ▐█   ███▄▄▄▄███▀   ███▄▄▄▄▄▄   ████▄▄██▄   ███  ▀███▄
  ██████████████████   ████████▀     █████████    ▀██████▀   ███    ▀███▄
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███
█  ███
█  ███
█  ███
█  ███
█  ███



█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██
█ ██

██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █
██ █















███  █
███  █
███  █
███  █
███  █
███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
█  ███  █
jondel
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 84

Proof-of-Asset Protocol


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 08:30:59 AM
 #66

A Ponzi scheme is an fraudulent investment operation where the operator generates returns for older investors through revenue paid by new investors, rather than from legitimate business activities or profit of financial trading. I think I got your PoV, why you say airdrop = ponzi. If I am not wrong, in your PoV, Airdrop taker is 'older investor', while Buyer is 'new investor' and 'older investor' only get money when the coin has value which is comes from 'new investor'. If this is the case, you should think oppositely






| World Fintech Startups | Microsoft Azure Partner | $1,5 M Raised During pre-ICO |
     BANKEX - Proof-of-Asset Protocol     
| WHITE PAPER | BLOGSLACKTELEGRAMBITCOINTALKGITHUBTWITTERYOUTUBEFACEBOOK |☰
wpalczynski
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1204


Spectiv VR Crowdsale: 12/08/17


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 09:22:22 AM
 #67

What kind of stupid question is this ? Do you even know what a ponzi scheme is ?
Airdrop has nothing to do with it...


              ▄▄████████████▄▄             
          ▄███▀▀▀░░░░░░░░░░▀▀▀███▄▄         
       ▄██▀▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▀██▄       
     ▄██▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▀███     
   ▄██▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▄▄▄▄▄█████████████▄   
  ▄██░░░░░░░░░░░▄▄█████████░░░░░░░░░░░░▀█▌ 
 ▐██░░░░░░░░▄█████▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀▀████▄░░░░░░░░▀█▌
▐██░░░░░░▄███▀▀███████████████▀▀██▄░░░░░░██▌
████▄░░▄██▀███████▄██████▄████████▀██▄░░░▐██
██░▀████▀██████████████████████████████▄░░██
██░░░▀██▄█████████████████████████▄██▀▀██▄██
██▌░░░░▀███▄████████▀▀▀▀███████▄██▀░░░░░▀███
▐██░░░░░░░▀███▄▄███████████▄▄██▀▀░░░░░░░░██▌
 ▐██░░░░░░░░░░▀▀████████████▀░░░░░░░░░░░▄█▌
  ▀██▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄▄████████▀▀▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▄█▌ 
   ▀███▀▀▀▀▀▀░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▄██▀   
     ▀██▄░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▄██▀     
       ▀███▄░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░░▄▄██▀       
          ▀████▄▄░░░░░░░░░░▄▄▄███▀         
              ▀▀▀██████████▀▀▀             

     
                         [ Website ]                     
     
blockchainmarketus
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 112


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 10:02:54 AM
 #68

That 's statement will irritated airdrop hunters, I never be interested in airdrop, it waste time, I better small amount of ICO and make profit after the token listed in the market. That,s better than waiting of hunting for airdrop.

SMSabuj
Sr. Member
****
Offline Offline

Activity: 378


I am a professional Web Designer and Developer


View Profile WWW
October 05, 2017, 10:49:57 AM
 #69

I personally never participated in any airdrop as there are voices around that ALL airdrops are ponzi schemes!

Whats your thought about this "statement"?

Can some1 give deeper insight and background info about the airdrop principle and why some people telling its a ponzi scheme or MLM technique?


We (Licensium Team) where thinking months back on airdrop but decided to go the ico way!



Thx in advance!

APPLY FOR OUR BOUNTIES: https://goo.gl/forms/2RUJKdzx9qbWi6Kj1
INFO ON BOUNTIES: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2224387
ANN: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2129844.0

I do not agree with you. All airdrops are not Ponzi Schemes. A couple of months ago I have joined Timereum and some Airdrop. I have earned so much from those airdrops. I like to join airdrop. But who is giving condition to install wallet I always avoid them. Because wallet installation is very risky.

      ▀███   ███   ████    ▄██████▄
       ████ █████ █████▄  ███▀  ▀███
        ███▄██▀██▄██████  ██████████
        ▀█████ █████▀████ ███▄  ▄▄▄
         ▀███   ███▀  ███▄ ▀██████▀▀
                      ▀███
███▄████▄     ▄█████▄  ████   ███   ███▀ ▄██████▄  ███▄██
████▀▀▀███▄ ▄███▀▀▀███▄ ███  █████  ███ ███▀  ▀███ █████▀
███     ███ ███     ███ ▀███ █████ ███  ██████████ ███
███▄   ▄███ ███▄   ▄███  ▀█████▀█████▀  ███▄  ▄▄▄  ███
█████████▀   ▀███████▀    ████▀ ▀████   ▀████████▀ ███
███ ▀▀▀▀       ▀▀▀▀▀       ▀▀▀   ▀▀▀      ▀▀▀▀▀▀   ▀▀▀
███
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
████
jyotianand01
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 196



View Profile
October 05, 2017, 10:59:19 AM
 #70

How can you say that all airdrops are ponzi scheme. Ponzi is that, where a person or company generate returns for old members by getting new people into the system and no guarantee of anything and no real earning source. in airdrop, you got free coins without putting a single penny out of pocket and no money transaction happen.

Stockus Trading Platform — Join the future of Financial Markets
▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰PRE-ICO▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰▰  
  Twitter Facebook Pre-ICO starts on 6.11.2017 Telegram Medium  ◆
VTS
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 84

Licensing & Monetizing Digital Content!


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 11:03:24 AM
 #71

How can you say that all airdrops are ponzi scheme. Ponzi is that, where a person or company generate returns for old members by getting new people into the system and no guarantee of anything and no real earning source. in airdrop, you got free coins without putting a single penny out of pocket and no money transaction happen.

Well I for my part only ask why some people telling that all airdrops are ponzi schemes, to understand airdrops better. I did not make any statement, i made a question!

jasindu36
Jr. Member
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 42


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 11:06:03 AM
 #72

I don't understand why people called airdrop Ponzi Scheme as it was given us free Coins and no money has been given by us & no money rotation then how can some people always screaming   airdrop as a ponzi scheme. For example tell me most of the people got BCH as free can anyone tell me is it ponzi? No its not pozi, ponzi is that where we all invest money & only some people got back their money that is called ponzi.
PETES
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 73


View Profile
October 05, 2017, 11:42:13 AM
 #73

What kind of stupid question is this ? Do you even know what a ponzi scheme is ?
Airdrop has nothing to do with it...

He's out of his mind I think.
Airdrop now is a trend and I can say many of us are earning here with this free coins.
Maybe he always don't get free coins like he's too late when there's new airdop. Grin

npredtorch
Hero Member
*****
Offline Offline

Activity: 742



View Profile
October 06, 2017, 03:02:59 AM
 #74

Let me reiterate your question, do you mean "Are all projects that uses airdrop strategy are usually into ponzi scheme?"
If that is correct, my answer would be NO. Airdrop is just a free way to distribute token/coins (A non complex way than an ICO) and that's it. I can say that , a project can only be categorized as a ponzi or on another word "scam" if itself doesn't have real products or services that it can offer to the public. In short, there must be a development not some BS promises.

*There's too much salt on this thread, stay strong OP*

ranman09
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 168



View Profile
October 06, 2017, 03:54:40 AM
 #75

I personally never participated in any airdrop as there are voices around that ALL airdrops are ponzi schemes!

Whats your thought about this "statement"?

Can some1 give deeper insight and background info about the airdrop principle and why some people telling its a ponzi scheme or MLM technique?


We (Licensium Team) where thinking months back on airdrop but decided to go the ico way!



Thx in advance!

No not at all! I have joined Airdrops and have received a good amount of coin. If you do a thing for the Airdrop and not receive it that maybe a ponzi. But not all. Ive been for your Airdrop Licensium Cheesy I like your team actually I joined your facebook bounty. You research first before you do and thats good Cheesy

Hyperme.sh
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 98


View Profile
October 06, 2017, 04:44:48 PM
 #76

-snip-
And Byteball airdropped to exchanges who held so much BTC, so guess for yourself if any kickbacks were involved.
-snip-

Since the beginning there was filtering mechanisms preventing this from happening. And it was further improved:

Inspired by my conversation with Aleš Janda (who is very knowledgeable in blockchain analysis and runs walletexplorer.com and chainalysis.com), there is a new rule for microtransaction-proven bitcoin addresses:

- if the address had more than 50 transactions in the last 3 days, it is rejected.  Linking by signature is still possible.

Such frequent transactions are common for exchanges and other shared wallets, and the rule prevents its customers from linking the shared address by doing a withdrawal.

This adds to the other two rules that serve the same purpose:
- if the microtransaction has more than 2 outputs, it is rejected (with the exception of Electrum 2fa transactions that have 3 outputs), because exchanges often aggregate several withdrawals into a single transaction
- if the same address was already linked before by another user, the new link is rejected and the old link is canceled.  This applies only to tx-proven addresses, and the reason for this rule is that for sufficiently popular exchanges, there will likely be more than one user who tries to cheat.

The two old rules were good enough at filtering large well known exchanges but a small number of addresses of smaller exchanges were still linked.  The new rule is to filter them too.

Oh come on. Well I’m glad you linked to that because I read it in the past and couldn’t find it again.

Afaics, that filtering rule is easily subverted. And most of the exchanges’ BTC are presumably in deeper storage any way, so the filtering rule will not help.

Besides, wasn’t that rule added far too late after the most economically significant air drops were already completed.

For such an important issue, where is the comprehensive document which explains all the filtering methods employed in sufficient, holistic detail and the timing that each was employed and the complete accounting of air drops and dates. We should not have to go searching in a very long project thread to try to dig out the details which are buried in posts.

Also we know for a fact they did not filter out Iconomi’s ill gotten, illegal security issued ICO hoard, because Iconomi wrote a Medium blog post about how they got 9.766% of the initial Byteball money supply.

“if you scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours”

(but really we’re just-us working together to build a better world, not scamming)

I guess what irritates me is pretending something is more egalitarian than it really is. I have no problem with admitting that egalitarianism is impossible, so why not be transparent about it. Why make these SJW-like lies to ourselves pretending what isn’t.
I suggest you read it again. The filtering is to prevent customers from linking the exchange addresses, not the exchange itself from linking it. If you see, linking by signature is still allowed.

Exchanges, ICONOMI and other ICOs own the private keys for these addresses, which makes them, from a protocol perspective, owners of these coins.
 
I'm not saying it's perfect, but I also don't see these exchanges linking their cold storages by signature. Even if they are there, again, from a protocol perspective, we can not blame them. In crypto, that's what we're signing for.

Afaics, you have not addressed my main point, which is @tonych claiming he only got 1% which obfuscates whether exchanges (who were holding other people’s BTC) were giving kickbacks to @tonych.

We can’t prove nor disprove. I prefer transparency than pretending he was so humble, when in fact maybe he was a fox.

My point is about transparency. And about not issuing illegal securities and then not providing all the material facts for the insiders.

If indeed @tonych was given kickbacks, then this could violate laws about securities or consumer protection laws about proper disclosure.

These tokens which have non-transparent issuance problems are not going to be reliable when the nation-states start using their laws to attack cryptocurrency.
fr4nkthetank
Legendary
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 1190


cryptominingtalk.com


View Profile WWW
October 06, 2017, 04:48:53 PM
 #77

what is this philosophy mumbo jumbo.  An airdrop can't be a ponzi scheme.  If you don't put in any money, how can it be a scam ?  scam you for what, the non existant money that you put in the project ?  Airdrops are nice, just another way of distributing coin other than POW or POS.  An ICO, on the other hand, is what we call a 100% premine paid with bitcoin.  Now if that isnt a scam, I dont know what is.  But having said that, there are ICO's that use funds appropriately and actually do things with the money, but those are rare.

                                 
           ░▓█████████████████▓░
          ▒▓██▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▓▒▓▒▒▒██▓▒░
      ░▒▓███▓                 ▒██▓▓▒░░    ░
▓▒███████▓▒        ░▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░    ░▓▓▓██▓▓▓▒▓
▒░██▒░░         ▒▓▓▓▓▒▒▒▒▓▓██▓▒     ░ ▒▓▓░▓
░▒▓█▒         ▒█▓▓▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▓▓▓████▓▓▒   ▒█▓▒▒
 ▒░██        ██▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░▒▒░██▒   ██▒▒
 ▓░▓█▒      ██▒▒▒▒▒▒░▒░░▒▒▒░░▒▓██▓   ▒██░▒
 ░▓░█▓     ▓█▓▒░▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░░░▒▒▓▓▓▓▓▒   ██░▓░
  ▓▒▒█▓  ▓▒█▓▒▒▓▓▒░▒░░░▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒ █▒  ██▓░▓
   █░▒█▓ ▓███▓▒▒░░▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░ ▓█  ██▓ ▓
    █░▓█▓ ░██▓███▓▓▒▒▒▒▒▒▒░▒▒▓██  ██▓░▓
    ░█░▒██  ░ ░▓███████▓██████▒  ██▒░▓
      █▒░██▓      ░▒▒▓▓▓▓▒▒░   ▓██░▒▓
       ▓▓░▒██▒               ▒██▓░▓▓
        ░█▓░▓██▒           ▒██▓░▓█░
          ▒█▓░▓██▓       ▓██▓▒▓█▒
            ▒█▓▒▒███░ ▒███▒▒▓█▒
              ▒██▓▒▓███▓▒▒██▒
                ░▓██▒▒▒███░
                   ▒███▒














mkhadazz
Full Member
***
Offline Offline

Activity: 182



View Profile
October 06, 2017, 06:33:45 PM
 #78

Airdrop no relation with scam. In fact, airdrop means we accept. We don't invest anything in it, meaning absolutely no money we throw at them. Airdrop is an including marketing strategy for me.

VTS
Member
**
Offline Offline

Activity: 84

Licensing & Monetizing Digital Content!


View Profile
October 07, 2017, 09:20:02 AM
 #79

Airdrop no relation with scam. In fact, airdrop means we accept. We don't invest anything in it, meaning absolutely no money we throw at them. Airdrop is an including marketing strategy for me.

Well there airdrop as instrument is no scam, I agree with you! ( That is what this thread learned me). The question is can it be abused for scam?

blobbyheadstone
Newbie
*
Offline Offline

Activity: 24


View Profile
October 08, 2017, 07:19:32 AM
 #80

Airdrop no relation with scam. In fact, airdrop means we accept. We don't invest anything in it, meaning absolutely no money we throw at them. Airdrop is an including marketing strategy for me.

Well there airdrop as instrument is no scam, I agree with you! ( That is what this thread learned me). The question is can it be abused for scam?

As long as your coins are on a wallet or address of yours and you don't invest additional money they can't scam you.

But if they ask you to install some wallet of theirs for staking or some other reasons you should be careful. This software could be the scam and infect you computer.
Pages: « 1 2 3 [4] 5 »  All
  Print  
 
Jump to:  

Sponsored by , a Bitcoin-accepting VPN.
Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.19 | SMF © 2006-2009, Simple Machines Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!