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December 03, 2017, 03:20:54 PM
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And also, every ICO says, they  want to have eazy use for users, but blockchain cannot get any more eazyer to use, except with ledger nano s, this hardwallet is the best... so don't trust any ICO that even says for eazy use, because everybody knows, that eazyer cannot be, usually it just get's more complicated, even when you have ... except if you new here, then you should read bitcointalk forum

What? That wasnt very eazy to read
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December 05, 2017, 03:59:51 AM
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And also, ......you should read bitcointalk forum

What? That wasnt very eazy to read

It is funny the website you are promoting and advertising only is negative about one single ICO.
And your account has been created just for this topic.

As it seems many people are giving a neutral reply and even advice on how to properly check an ICO.
So with all this advice, where is your proof? Anything bad on anyone of the team?

Or its just a personal issue with someone in the team?

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December 05, 2017, 04:04:33 AM
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For newbie in trading or investing,its safe to  do your own research and keep in mind that sometimes just listening in other peoples opinion will not help you to decide.
Its still you who's going to decide if your going to bet or invest.
Still some are they telling the truth, but some are telling lies.

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December 05, 2017, 04:07:33 AM
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If i wer you must do first research about new ICOs..
The best thing to do for sure

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December 05, 2017, 05:08:04 AM
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On cryptocompare.com, I found the Avesta ICO - it looks nice, but coinanalysis.io says they're a scammer.

is that true?

Edit: Forgot the link http://coinanalysis.io/avesta/

Can not also set an ico is a scam or not, of course there must be evidence first. It could be one of the tricks to thwart an ico project by accusing them of a scam, even though the project is actually good.
Every business is always competing to compete, there is a sportive way there is also a cheat that is to accuse other ico scam, causing teams of projects and participants of bounty resign and investors to attract funds back, eventually the project failed to continue iconya.

Based on my experience of joining bounty ico, while ico project that always provide activity update and progress during ico lasted, it can be said that project will not scam, especially at pre sale, the ico soldout.

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December 05, 2017, 05:35:50 AM
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The decision whether it is a scam lies on the reader.  Internet is a world of full of information (garbage or not).  Discretion and deep study of the subject matter is what we need to do. I am answering this discussion not with a Yes or No. Try to link the information from other sources to validate the subject matter at hand.

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December 05, 2017, 03:41:05 PM
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If i wer you must do first research about new ICOs..
The best thing to do for sure

Yeah thats how I came up with this link))
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December 05, 2017, 03:52:46 PM
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how to understand that ico isn't scam, just trust people? stupidly  Roll Eyes
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December 05, 2017, 04:34:20 PM
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On cryptocompare.com, I found the Avesta ICO - it looks nice, but coinanalysis.io says they're a scammer.

is that true?

Edit: Forgot the link http://coinanalysis.io/avesta/

Can not also set an ico is a scam or not, of course there must be evidence first. It could be one of the tricks to thwart an ico project by accusing them of a scam, even though the project is actually good.
Every business is always competing to compete, there is a sportive way there is also a cheat that is to accuse other ico scam, causing teams of projects and participants of bounty resign and investors to attract funds back, eventually the project failed to continue iconya.

Based on my experience of joining bounty ico, while ico project that always provide activity update and progress during ico lasted, it can be said that project will not scam, especially at pre sale, the ico soldout.

Yes, I totally agree with you. It is hard to say the ICO is scam or not. The most important thing we should do is that researching them carefully. If you feel that project is ok, let invest in it. If you are scared, let begin with a small amount.

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December 05, 2017, 04:42:35 PM
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If you are unsure then best not to invest, there is no definitive way to be sure if something is a scam or not. If you see any red flags it's best to avoid it rather than take a risk.

For me everything is a scam unless proven otherwise. That way I rarely get burned even if I miss out on a few good opportunities.

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December 05, 2017, 04:50:52 PM
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It's more likely to be a scam once a site marks it as one. Think Bayesian analysis. In any case, there are so many good altcoins out there, why waste your time on the sketchy ones?
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December 05, 2017, 05:21:40 PM
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On cryptocompare.com, I found the Avesta ICO - it looks nice, but coinanalysis.io says they're a scammer.

is that true?

Edit: Forgot the link http://coinanalysis.io/avesta/

Can not also set an ico is a scam or not, of course there must be evidence first. It could be one of the tricks to thwart an ico project by accusing them of a scam, even though the project is actually good.
Every business is always competing to compete, there is a sportive way there is also a cheat that is to accuse other ico scam, causing teams of projects and participants of bounty resign and investors to attract funds back, eventually the project failed to continue iconya.

Based on my experience of joining bounty ico, while ico project that always provide activity update and progress during ico lasted, it can be said that project will not scam, especially at pre sale, the ico soldout.

Yes, I totally agree with you. It is hard to say the ICO is scam or not. The most important thing we should do is that researching them carefully. If you feel that project is ok, let invest in it. If you are scared, let begin with a small amount.

I think that in investing all there is a risk, is it a profit or a loss, how do we react to it, maybe he should really more detail to check it and assess their team's profile one by one whether it is good or not? to be invested, everything is inside you how it's done.

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December 12, 2017, 07:58:37 AM
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If coinanalysis.io says it is a scam, you need to check out the reasoning behind this claim. And you will probably agree with the analysts from coinanalysis.io.

there are no analysts on this website. coinanalysis.io is a scam
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December 12, 2017, 08:02:58 AM
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Scammy ICOs will end in the future,a lot of people are being wise right now.
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December 12, 2017, 08:31:14 AM
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It's more likely to be a scam once a site marks it as one. Think Bayesian analysis. In any case, there are so many good altcoins out there, why waste your time on the sketchy ones?

yes think stupid analysis,

How comes the coin analysis website published information before the website was even online or before any announcement was made?
check the announcements an the publish date

very strange...

The evidence is here and no need to come up with words that you searched on google and don`t know how to conjugate.

Impressive work by such a small team.
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December 12, 2017, 08:48:24 AM
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remember that almost all ICOs were called scam once. sometimes people want to explode reputation of other people for no reasons. For example, this ICO was called scam whereas they are 100% legit http://www.newsbtc.com/2017/12/08/ico-scammers-new-cybercriminal-breed/
Just some guy decided to ruin their reputation for no adequate reason. there can be a chance that the ICO you are talking about could have been blackmailed like that as well.
do your own research, that's the best way to know if it's scam or not
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December 12, 2017, 09:02:45 AM
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You can reduce the risk by doing some deep research, but there is always room for the intentions on the receivers end.
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December 12, 2017, 09:18:56 AM
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all the ICOs are scam..
your profit depends on your luck..

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December 12, 2017, 09:23:42 AM
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A major part of new ICO's are scams, but if just 1 site says it is a scam, that doesn't immediatly mean it is.

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December 12, 2017, 09:47:46 AM
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You can check it out on your own make your own research and check all of the people involving on the project , check their roadmap and white paper if it gets suspicious dont even think on investing just go and pass.

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