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April 04, 2018, 11:01:45 PM
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There are many dead coins.  Roll Eyes


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April 06, 2018, 12:41:49 AM
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There are many dead coins.  Roll Eyes


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Dead coins are not that big a deal.
Coins die, projects fail.
It's the scams that are the issue.

Just reading some of the crap that is in the announcements for altcoins / tokens is painful.
And people believe it. And put money into it.

And then loose it.

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April 08, 2018, 09:19:41 PM
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There are many dead coins.  Roll Eyes


http://deadcoins.com/
Dead coins are not that big a deal.
Coins die, projects fail.
It's the scams that are the issue.

Just reading some of the crap that is in the announcements for altcoins / tokens is painful.
And people believe it. And put money into it.

And then loose it.

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I think it's not a problem. Many projects are scams, but many projects are real.
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April 10, 2018, 08:36:56 AM
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That's nothing......just an example, scams that have got away with other people's money are uncountable, I have seen many more than that and then if you look into lending coins......you will just be shocked
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April 10, 2018, 03:08:00 PM
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Beware scamming is everywhere you must carefully
Don't put your private information in the site not use https and that means "s" is protect the site
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April 16, 2018, 03:29:05 AM
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Most of lending based platforms are a scam, Like Bitconnect. Always we should consider the team of any coin and the vision
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April 16, 2018, 01:47:25 PM
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That's nothing......just an example, scams that have got away with other people's money are uncountable, I have seen many more than that and then if you look into lending coins......you will just be shocked

Why don't you name it? I think it will be helpful for others too.

Beware scamming is everywhere you must carefully
Don't put your private information in the site not use https and that means "s" is protect the site

Even though I'm not a native English speaker, I can tell that your English is not really good. I suggest you fix it before you are considered as a shit-poster.

And btw, there is not really a correlation between the security of the site you visit and whether or not a project is a scam, considering what the OP posted. Unless of course, you're trying to tell about the scammers that tried to use other project names to get free money.

 

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June 28, 2018, 09:26:43 AM
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There are many scammers in crypto field are trying to get into our accounts. They are messaging us as group admins. First we need to identify who are the real admins of a group. If anyone messaged you with the same name of an admin of a group, make sure that the username is different. Same telegram username cannot be there for two persons. So you can "mark as a scammer". God luck!
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June 28, 2018, 09:46:45 PM
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Okay guys, and what could you tell me about pure scam coins like Jesus coin or FUCK token.

They have capitalization more than 1 million dollars, they are listed on exchanges, but it really ridiculous because they don't solve any problem. Any thoughts?

FUCK is not a scam.

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July 02, 2018, 06:53:06 PM
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I happened to experience this today.
My binance balance for btc was not reflected correct so I asked the telegram group. there was a scammer explaining tons of things for 15 minutes and finally said send us 0.015 btc as a test and we will send it back.

only then it struck me ..thank God I was in my senses, trust me those guys very convincing

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July 02, 2018, 07:50:31 PM
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Beware scamming is everywhere you must carefully
Don't put your private information in the site not use https and that means "s" is protect the site

Within the browser websites irrespective of whether you talking about crypto related projects or not, people need to understand that there are scammers everywhere. Its just a matter of reading into the profile of those guys to see if they're real or not. Always be skeptic!


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July 10, 2018, 06:16:12 PM
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Okay guys, and what could you tell me about pure scam coins like Jesus coin or FUCK token.

They have capitalization more than 1 million dollars, they are listed on exchanges, but it really ridiculous because they don't solve any problem. Any thoughts?

FUCK is not a scam.

I don't know how you could take something like Jesus coin or Fuck token seriously from the names alone. If you're not a scam, then don't pick a scammy name for your coin.
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July 12, 2018, 08:36:27 AM
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Last year I’ve seen great scam - Bitconnect)
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July 12, 2018, 10:33:45 AM
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There are a lot of scams in this world.Vitalik Buterin begged me for Aether.Many ICO that do not pay money to investors.You have to be wary of everything.
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July 13, 2018, 03:02:14 PM
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From the names of the coins you will know that they are scams already. Some are more sopisticated which is where it requires you to research even more into the coin before you can be able to tell if the coins are scams. The scams I see mostly are those on twitter where they say that a particular coin is doing a giveaway and you have to send ETH to a certain wallet and they will double it for you.

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July 13, 2018, 03:07:52 PM
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Titanium bar was a great scam which i've seen in crypto. For me still so hard to know where is scam where is not. In your list an everything forks it's mean that don't need to trust them. Oh I've forgot about bitcoinnect) Guys be careful with hyped projects.
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July 15, 2018, 12:23:49 PM
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In one project I have seen the characters of some game instead of the team’s photos. It is very sad. It is a pity but I don’t remember the name of this project.

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August 26, 2018, 12:19:00 PM
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There are scams in the encryption market, and investment is risky. Before investing, we must carefully read their white papers, view their roadmaps, understand their vision, work teams, etc., avoid scams, and this is very good for your investment. helpful
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August 26, 2018, 12:28:51 PM
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These are the scams I've witnessed myself in the last six months and how much the scammers got away with. I know there are a lot more but these are the ones I saw first hand.

EthDark: a scammy shitcoin - At least 2 million usd
Litecoin gold- scam erc20 token- Around 200k usd
Ethereum cash- scam erc20 token - anywhere from 100k-1m hard to tell
Ethereum lite- scam erc20 token - at least 70k usd made in one weekend
Denaro ICO- straight up scam, devs left with at least 10million
Stone- Fake private dag crypto coin- Scammer got at least 300k usd
Confido- another scam ico, scammers made away with 500k usd.
Bitcoinred- another erc20 scam token.- AT least 1 million +
Mooncoin- 62 billion coins that were stolen from cryptsy were not locked, and dumped over 1 mill usd.
Wifi global- another scam ICO- at least 500k usd.




More than 80% of all the conducted ICOs are already scams or just the projects that will go to scam in the nearest six-twelve month when their roadmaps will come to the end of implementation)) That's a normal situation unless regulation will be set. We'll see a lot of progress in this sphere this Autumn I guess.

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