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BigBadBitBaron
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November 27, 2017, 03:43:24 AM
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Rumours going around that this coin is in severe trouble.

exchange wallets have been placed in maintenance mode all weekend.

On good authority this has been done at the request of the DEV.
Most likely to stop coinholders from withdrawing before the POS percentage decreases at Block 25,000

Moderators on Hold's Discord channel were (yesterday, Sunday) assuring coin holders that everything
would return to normal first thing Monday, New Zealand time.

This hasn't happened and Dev's/mod's refuse to give any information.

Many people (including myself) have invested a few $$$ in this coin, only to have them floating
in cyberspace somewhere and absolutely no idea when or if they will be recovered.

If you Dare to ask where your coins have gone, or complain about the level of support you will get banned for fudding.

Do yourselves a favour folks and give this one a wide berth !!

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November 27, 2017, 07:45:06 PM
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Hmm ... and they published the results of the audit report? If not, then it seems to me that this IСO project is another scam.
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November 27, 2017, 08:29:37 PM
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Hmm ... and they published the results of the audit report? If not, then it seems to me that this IСO project is another scam.
Unfortunately, every fifth project on ICO is scam... We must find a solution, or ICO will become platform for scamming.... Your idea about auditing sounds great, but do you know any projects who can provide it?
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November 29, 2017, 05:20:58 PM
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Hmm ... and they published the results of the audit report? If not, then it seems to me that this IСO project is another scam.
Unfortunately, every fifth project on ICO is scam... We must find a solution, or ICO will become platform for scamming.... Your idea about auditing sounds great, but do you know any projects who can provide it?

Yeah, i agree with you ,guys.Thougts about auditing is good. And i interested in company , which can do this. Tell us if you know some?
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December 05, 2017, 08:16:59 PM
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Hmm ... and they published the results of the audit report? If not, then it seems to me that this IСO project is another scam.
Unfortunately, every fifth project on ICO is scam... We must find a solution, or ICO will become platform for scamming.... Your idea about auditing sounds great, but do you know any projects who can provide it?

I have heard about few projects which can provide audit, it was wings and DARFChain. But, in my opinion, the second one is better.
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