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September 07, 2018, 06:33:50 PM
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Most of the icos are affected in this crypto crash so they are finding an alternative way to survive so they are exchanging to USTD the most of the icos will be in safe positoion
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September 07, 2018, 09:43:26 PM
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If they did a survey of how many ICOs are really useful and are they to develop the world? I believe they would be less than 5%. Nowadays anyone wakes up, uses little money and creates an ICO and mind that has a great team and is going to do something X or Z and what irritates the most is the reward bounty hunters who do not care about ethics and just care with their payment at the end of ICO and the scammers have realized that.

I hope good project will have luck on succeeding and providing some values to their costumers.

Finding a good project is very difficult.

honestly, I don't know people who really make money on investments in ICO, only Bounty

this is a topic that could be debated


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September 07, 2018, 11:43:56 PM
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People should start realizing that anyone is able to create their own ICO.

I'd say that in the majority of the ICOs that are running currently, the team is completely fake and the people behind the ICO most likely doesn't even have any experience to speak of that would be of use in the development of their project.

Their primary goal and objective is to get as much money from the crowdfund, and once that objective is ticked off the box, they will move onto their next project.

ICOs are no longer like the past, it's quite saturated and I think most people should avoid it. These statistics do nothing but echo my exact sentiments.

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