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Author Topic: ALERT***A new SCAM COINDASH from the scammers of GETGEMZ scam project!!!!!!  (Read 27596 times)
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September 17, 2017, 11:42:17 PM

They are spamming right now, got 3 emails today and never ever heard of that site before so basically, they got my email from somewhere

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**Official Announcement from the Coindash team**
Coindash Token Last-Sale is OPEN NOW!

We are pleased to announce that all the registered members can now buy the last tokens left at a special rate of 30000 per 1 ETH.
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This is the last change to buy our tokens, only 60,000,000 tokens left!

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October 23, 2017, 09:57:08 PM


Him is the founder in they telegram, then is NOT a advisor, is the boss.

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January 22, 2018, 03:05:25 AM

SO, do you still think it's a SCAM at this point?
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January 22, 2018, 07:04:34 PM

"We don’t know when the hacking started. The effects of the hacking were, say, shown at around 1pm GMT and we quickly realized that and took the site down."

they dont know when they got hacked so im sure they dont know how they got hacked. how they wanna make there site safe for the future?

and everyone can write a text. there is 0,0 proof that it was not a inside job and this article is 6 months old Wink

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January 26, 2018, 06:14:16 PM

Regarding GetGems, long story short:

- GetGems had VC governance from day one, there wasn't any misuse of funds.
- The validation to this is that very reputable additional investors such as MasterCard, Santander InnoVentures, CommerzVentures, Siam Commercial Bank, SBI Group invested in the company in the round A and round B investment rounds.
- Every one of these investors is exposed to the financials statements of the company and disclosure schedule detailing all the agreements and history of the company. If there was even a slight risk that the company is a scam or that there was any wrongdoing these reputable investors would have never joined.

Some facts:

GetGems was the first ICO in Israel back at 2014, it was also the first israeli crypto company to receive funding from a reputable VC (Magma) with many strong portfolio companies such as Waze, Argos, TabTale etc.

GetGems was also the first ICO to raise funds with a milestone based structure (using Koinify platform). This meant that the project didn't receive the $800k raised instantly but based on accomplishing development milestones that were detailed in advanced. Adam Krellenstein the co-founder of Counterparty and a well respected protocol developer was the arbitrator for the GetGems funds which were held in a multisig wallet.

GetGems built the promised milestones (and a lot of other features) and reached 300k+ organic mobile downloads which was a big accomplishment only few other crypto apps reached at the time, but unfortunately the adoption wasn't strong enough to raise additional funds to keep the project alive as is.

As many startups do in such a situation new ideas were thought out and eventually the project pivoted to become PayKey.

It's important to note that none of the funds raised during the token sale were used to build PayKey rather funds from Magma and additional funds from respected investors such as MasterCard, Santander, CommerzVentures were raised during the Series A round: and Series B funding:

Some people don't realize but $800k isn't a lot of money in the startup world, it's about 12 months of operation. If you get a product market fit and traction you might be able to raise additional funds if not most likely you will close the business. A lot of startups with much more money have failed. It's hard to build a real sustainable business. Working hard and having partial success or even failing eventually is very far from a scam, and is what nearly every real entrepreneur has experienced.

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January 26, 2018, 06:24:17 PM

I still think that they are a scam, they might have something to deliver though they aren't doing it because they want their coin to be number 1.

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February 02, 2018, 05:43:41 PM

My question is:

Did they use the Technology that was developed through the years for GetGems and funded by the get gems participants  for PayKey and other ventures???

If So there is a Huge problem here and possible legal action might be required.  
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June 05, 2018, 01:25:05 AM

Getgemz:  Daniel Peled Long story short, 100% scam!!! (was on fucking techcrunch,(youtube) lol everybody saw what he was doing)

Lazooz: Eitan Katchka / Shay Zluf / Oren Sokolowsky (just disappeared after ICO, rofl)

IDNI Agora: Ohad Asor "Still ongoing" ( False sense of grandeur, narcissist, he keeps posting these pseudo scientific/ philosophic scifi shit, meanwhile produced 78 commits in 3,5 years ROFL. Am not joking look:
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