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March 22, 2018, 06:35:04 AM
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I read one very interesting article, it is informative, i found out a lot of new things, there. Have you guys hear about that Black Hat Technique? and does it really work? Will it really influence ICOs?

See article there: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/are-black-hat-ico-techniques-on-the-rise
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March 22, 2018, 06:42:04 AM
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I read one very interesting article, it is informative, i found out a lot of new things, there. Have you guys hear about that Black Hat Technique? and does it really work? Will it really influence ICOs?

See article there: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/are-black-hat-ico-techniques-on-the-rise

Is google able to decide for sure which ICO sites are scam? I am little bit skeptic about this. This might lead to the disqualification of ICOs with really good projects behind.
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March 22, 2018, 06:46:41 AM
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I read one very interesting article, it is informative, i found out a lot of new things, there. Have you guys hear about that Black Hat Technique? and does it really work? Will it really influence ICOs?

See article there: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/are-black-hat-ico-techniques-on-the-rise

Is google able to decide for sure which ICO sites are scam? I am little bit skeptic about this. This might lead to the disqualification of ICOs with really good projects behind.

No, google can't be sure. But will that stop them? Of course not.
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March 22, 2018, 06:54:14 AM
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I read one very interesting article, it is informative, i found out a lot of new things, there. Have you guys hear about that Black Hat Technique? and does it really work? Will it really influence ICOs?

See article there: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/are-black-hat-ico-techniques-on-the-rise

Is google able to decide for sure which ICO sites are scam? I am little bit skeptic about this. This might lead to the disqualification of ICOs with really good projects behind.


Yes totally agree, I do not think that google can assess project, even experts are mistaken sometimes.
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March 22, 2018, 07:02:45 AM
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Very interesting topic, I think we should post hear some new things, not only the same questions, to get also some knowledge from the communications.

As to the topic, I can say that google has really good analytics system, so the number of mistakes are minimized, so I think it will be helpful to avoid scams.
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March 22, 2018, 07:08:04 AM
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I read one very interesting article, it is informative, i found out a lot of new things, there. Have you guys hear about that Black Hat Technique? and does it really work? Will it really influence ICOs?

See article there: https://icoguide.com/en/blog/are-black-hat-ico-techniques-on-the-rise

I am very glad that you are interested in our blog!

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March 22, 2018, 07:03:55 PM
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As for the hackers, I think that they work very productively both on the ICO and on people who constantly make mistakes in their actions, unfortunately the person is the biggest vulnerability, because we have a patterned thinking.
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March 23, 2018, 06:53:59 AM
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Very interesting topic, I think we should post hear some new things, not only the same questions, to get also some knowledge from the communications.

As to the topic, I can say that google has really good analytics system, so the number of mistakes are minimized, so I think it will be helpful to avoid scams.
yes, google can handle it. but how to be able to recognize ico who uses black hat techniques to deceive investors? I think the security to detect any ico project, must exist and pass the scam category verification.
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