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July 19, 2018, 10:43:16 AM
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I'm not aiming to accuse anyone of fraud, I just cite the results of my little research.

Project: Coincooper https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4691219.0
Start: 07/17/2018 end 08/28/2018
Website: https://coincooper.com

The simplicity of the site is striking. The planned soft cap is 9.000.000 USD, moreover, investors are promised up to 50% of income every quarter. I wonder how this result will be realized.



The technical documentation is simple and does not contain any specific information about this, nor about the team behind the project. A third-party search of at least one member of the project team has not yielded results.
Pages in social networks were created a few days ago, which is also very strange.



 I decided to check at least the domain of the official site, and found an interesting coincidence.
Link: https://www.whois.com/whois/coincooper.com



Checking the registrant's number (+1.4806242599) in Google showed that the number was featured in the fraud of ICO Coinader back in March 2014 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=527461.5

Link:  https://www.whois.com/whois/coinader.com



 In addition, this number is on the site scamwarners.com (https://www.scamwarners.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=90945&start=15), where it is linked to the site casherr.com (financial transactions). The domain name is already empty and is for sale! If there is time, you can use the search and read comments about this site scammers.

In general, the project Coincooper looks very suspicious, so I assume that this is another scammers. What do you think?

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July 19, 2018, 04:15:03 PM
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this project has many red flags and this:

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INTRODUCTION

The Coincooper slogan is "A Next Generation Cryptocurrency Exchange".
At its core, Coincooper is a revolutionary cryptocurrency and blockchain
asset exchange focused on simplicity, security and sustainability.
Coincooper empowers users offering more than a simple asset exchange,
but a platform and avenue to seek advice and support throughout the
trading process.
This training approach is something not currently available in the
blockchain asset exchange space. Our vision is to make trading actions
on the platform very simple to understand and execute. Coincooper’s
powerful features and tools can help individuals while enhancing their
experience across the platform, highlighting opportunities and creating
new ones.

source: https://coincooper.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/Whitepaper.pdf

just use google to search: "A Next Generation Cryptocurrency Exchange"

the results are unbelievable: https://www.google.co.mz/search?q=A+Next+Generation+Cryptocurrency+Exchange&oq=A+Next+Generation+Cryptocurrency+Exchange&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i64l3&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

there are many exchange that use this slogan, they do not have team members or they do not show team members, but they want $9,000,000 from people.








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July 19, 2018, 04:40:28 PM
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They are not promising a 50% profit, they're saying they will distribute 50% of the revenue.

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CCX token holders, will receive 50% of the revenue derived from margin loans distributed among them in the form of dividends on a quarterly basis.

The registrar phone number is just a GoDaddy/DomainsByProxy phone number, there are many domains with it.

Having said that, it all looks very shady. They can't even bother to proof read their content (website and whitepaper littered with errors) and they want a few million USD.

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July 19, 2018, 10:25:00 PM
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They are not promising a 50% profit, they're saying they will distribute 50% of the revenue.

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CCX token holders, will receive 50% of the revenue derived from margin loans distributed among them in the form of dividends on a quarterly basis.

The registrar phone number is just a GoDaddy/DomainsByProxy phone number, there are many domains with it.

Having said that, it all looks very shady. They can't even bother to proof read their content (website and whitepaper littered with errors) and they want a few million USD.
Their ToS, https://coincooper.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/User-Agreement.pdf...



...can be found at many places:

https://minerone.io/legal-disclaimer/



https://trakinvest.ai/disclaimer.html



https://otppay.io/Assets/otppay-whitepaper/OTPPAY_White_paper_v1.1.pdf
https://sandblock.io/whitepaper.pdf
https://bitcoen.io/Whitepaper.pdf
https://pecun.io/Pecunio_White_Paper.pdf

ETC




As for their whitepaper http://archive.is/HJ2et:



Looks the same as this one https://mandalaex.com/wp-content/uploads/mandala-whitepaper.pdf  http://archive.is/G6OCF



I didn't search further but I think this is more than enough for this topic.

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July 20, 2018, 04:58:23 PM
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Hah!

Announcement thread ...  http://archive.is/Jj2jg
Bounty thread ... http://archive.is/pWFX4

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