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September 10, 2018, 06:56:26 AM
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Do you participate or invest in HAZZA? It is real scam ICO. Since six months ago no news about the project and the coin worth nothing.
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September 10, 2018, 08:25:52 AM
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September 10, 2018, 01:32:38 PM
Last edit: September 11, 2018, 04:41:46 PM by marlboroza
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Do you participate or invest in HAZZA? It is real scam ICO. Since six months ago no news about the project and the coin worth nothing.
May I ask you something?

Are you investor and to whom did you give your money?

That's sadly the norm, apparently only 44% of ICOs are still active after 120 days following successful fund-raise. See this topic for reference.

And to start scam accusation (I don't expect it will be of much help), you need to point out where's the actual scam. Have they actually promised anything within specified timeframe? I would expect many ICOs to have a clause in their T&Cs that nothing is guaranteed and you don't "invest" but "contribute" to the project - no one reads such anyways and it could be very handy for them if it somehow goes to court.
With all these scam accusations lately I think it will be very hard to find legit project, not to mention legit project can fail. Investing in ICO is like riding a motorcycle trough red light with both eyes closed. I wonder how many of  that 44% will be here after 1 year.

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September 10, 2018, 04:01:58 PM
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Do you participate or invest in HAZZA? It is real scam ICO. Since six months ago no news about the project and the coin worth nothing.

That's sadly the norm, apparently only 44% of ICOs are still active after 120 days following successful fund-raise. See this topic for reference.

And to start scam accusation (I don't expect it will be of much help), you need to point out where's the actual scam. Have they actually promised anything within specified timeframe? I would expect many ICOs to have a clause in their T&Cs that nothing is guaranteed and you don't "invest" but "contribute" to the project - no one reads such anyways and it could be very handy for them if it somehow goes to court.

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