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August 02, 2018, 04:00:09 PM

Since its limited only to 5000 people and if all those knuckleheads send 0.005 ETH, that would make up 5000*0.005=25 ETH == ~12,000$, and each user would be giving 2.36$ away.

Better to stay away and not get yourself scammed like a doodoo. Seems very fishy.

When I see threads like this, I just conclude its a waste of the opportunity granted to create thread anyhow as the only person that could fall for that kind of scam is someone lacking in both common sense and ability to waste money. Its so obvious and the funny thing is everyone posting on the thread won't fall for it while the category of people who are lacking in the common sense highlighted above won't find their way to this section of the forum to read about it. In essence, it does not just serve any purpose whatsoever just a waste of time and I feel the individual who open the thread might have been doing so for other motive such as merit, praise or something else other than scam stopping or bursting.

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Do you think people are just outright stupid to think that joining a telegram linking is what will stop shit coins which would even turn to another platform to promote more shitty coins. If you have anything to offer go about it the right way rather than spamming the forum with your channels and that could get you a ban really quick than you imagine.

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