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January 28, 2018, 04:32:30 AM
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Bitgoldconnect - https://www.bitgoldconnect.co/ is a massive scam to start they have completely stolen the website of another ico lending platform goldgate as you can see here - https://i.gyazo.com/73e7e6e1d1351b8bf33da92dc26d28eb.png it is almost identical apart from them changing the words and background picture this is also a complete ponzi scheme that relies on the money of the new affiliates to pay the old backer just like bitconnect if you invest in this ico you are going to lose everything as you can see in this youtube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sZS2wGOQfE they get called out for alot of things. They also do not have any team listed and are selling 70% of there tokens which clearly looks like a scam coin just trying to make money


INVEST AT YOUR OWN RISK THIS LOOKS LIKE A COMPLETE SCAM
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January 28, 2018, 04:46:15 AM
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Well the lucky thing is, they used a very obvious scam name so it shouldn't be too hard for newbies to avoid this. I wouldn't expect many people to invest in it or even look into it solely based on the name. I know I'm not.
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January 28, 2018, 04:54:25 AM
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Yes hopefully everyone stays away from this scam
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January 28, 2018, 09:14:29 AM
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Bitgoldconnect - https://www.bitgoldconnect.co/ is a massive scam to start they have completely stolen the website of another ico lending platform goldgate as you can see here - https://i.gyazo.com/73e7e6e1d1351b8bf33da92dc26d28eb.png it is almost identical apart from them changing the words and background picture this is also a complete ponzi scheme that relies on the money of the new affiliates to pay the old backer just like bitconnect if you invest in this ico you are going to lose everything as you can see in this youtube video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sZS2wGOQfE they get called out for alot of things. They also do not have any team listed and are selling 70% of there tokens which clearly looks like a scam coin just trying to make money


INVEST AT YOUR OWN RISK THIS LOOKS LIKE A COMPLETE SCAM

Simply looking at the name, it's as obvious a scam as there can be. Bitconnect literally just closed down and davorcoin is probably going to go down soon as well, why are some people not taking the hint that all lending platforms are scams?

Their ICO somehow still raised around $12k in total. It's honestly surprising that people would still fall for this. Plus this one probably will not even become a full blown ponzi, but the admin will probably run away before that even happens.

If anything is promising you "volatility software interest", and there is a picture of a pyramid denoting the referral incomes, it's probably a good idea to close that tab and not look at it again.

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