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Author Topic: Do you trust these guys? ICO Shit Advisers. Part 2  (Read 51 times)
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May 08, 2018, 09:33:38 PM
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Richard Krawczyk, Shovon Hossain, Reuben Godfrey. What they have in common?

Today we’ll tell you about the founder of ICO World, a fan of Churchill, the cofounder of the Blockchain Association of Ireland and their foul-smelling projects.

In the first part of our investigation on advisers who have lent their faces to scam projects, we hurt some of their feelings. But dudes, please try to see it from our point of view. We don’t write this stuff because we don’t like you, but because you support cheats who are spoiling the reputation of blockchain and cryptocurrency. And while you do that, don’t expect any mercy. We won’t forget about anyone ^^

So, let’s get on with it!

Richard Krawczyk

Former SMM manager and now editor-in-chief and founder of Blueprint Digital Media (an advertising agency) and ICO World (a web resource geared towards ICOs). Similarweb can’t find any analytics on these sites and their design is average at best. Richard apparently doesn’t have time for them, as he’s now a popular adviser. At the moment, he’s on the board of two ICOs.

Cubaaz is Big Data, AI and blockchain all in one for improving the quality of tourism services. On the platform, you can plan a trip in full (transport, accommodation, food, attractions) and pay for everything in the same place. Convenient and attractive, but the dream of this Colombian startup is unlikely to come true. Founder Mickael Mossé, judging by forum posts, hasn’t paid his team any money.

The Cubaaz ICO raised more than 20 million dollars. Judging by the whitepaper, there are 150 people in the team. Which is more than a fuckload for a startup. Richard Krawczyk is only presented as an adviser on the project’s homepage and LinkedIn (he’s not in the whitepaper), because he’s only been involved in the project since March. As for Mickael Mossé, if he’s really a crook, he’ll have to flee from the SEC to Cuba, where he has business links, or hide in the forests of Colombia like Pablo Escobar.

Swachcoin is the startup of a non-profit organisation with an outstanding idea. People sort their rubbish and send it to a waste processing plant in return for tokens that can be used to buy products made from the same rubbish. Yet again, all this is possible thanks to AI, Big Data and blockchain.

It’s troubling that the team behind this is made up of nobodies from India lead by someone with the same name as their local Ryan Gosling. But at least he’s verified on the ICO listing website, unlike his teammates.

Read more here: https://shitcoinoffering.com/no-country-for-shit-advisers-part-2/


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