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November 19, 2018, 05:17:52 PM
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Oh yes this is very possible, there are a lot of scam coins that are on exchanges. What you need to understand is that a lot of these scammers actually work to get their coins listed on exchanges and with that they can sell off their coins that they have. They always have a larger stash and once they have sold, people start to realize that the coin is a scam and they are getting delisted, this is why bounty hunters sell as soon as they get paid their rewards, to avoid situations like this

 
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November 19, 2018, 07:42:47 PM
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Forkdelta is not a serious exchange and I am sorry but this coin is actually a scam. If the only exchange where this guys are listed are ether- and forkdelta, the team has failed their goals to achieve at least some trading volume.
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November 19, 2018, 07:44:58 PM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?

Of course everything is possible in crypto. Even the coin have been listed for very long time, it still can be a scam coin.

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November 19, 2018, 07:46:17 PM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?
Trading depends only on supply and demand. If there is enough buyers you can sell almost everything. For example I will have a good marketing and I will promise you better future and so on, but I will not have any product- you will probably buy it because you believe that it has a value.
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November 19, 2018, 07:50:22 PM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?

So rude to say that ICO project scammed you. Generally, the non-potential Token almost being traded in Forkdelta. And I suggest you that when joining any bounty of ICO project, the first action you should do that research carefully about ICO, dev members and the popularity of this project in the social network.
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November 20, 2018, 04:40:34 AM
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There may be constraints or other things that make it. at least there is a clarity of this but when the team could not be contacted this also become constraints. just hope you get the coins will start entry in Exchange again though it was for a long time. but an indication of a scam persists because of the events that you have to say.

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November 20, 2018, 04:53:11 AM
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It is very possible especially when the dev has been able to do away with own coin and have been able to make their own profit and more especially when the project is not looking like it will bring more profit to dev.
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November 20, 2018, 05:52:32 PM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?
it looks like you are the lucky one, mate! congratulations, because what you described does look like scam. i just wish all of us had that supply of luck. be careful in the future projects Wink

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November 20, 2018, 06:05:16 PM
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Yeah sure, that a coin is listed on the exchange doesn't mean it is a good coin, some people list coins on the exchanges just to dump them and make their money, so even coins on the exchange can still be a scam.

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November 22, 2018, 02:51:33 AM
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Yes if the team intends to scam, then the coin will be turned into a scam. But in the forkdelta case, they can delist it but still you can make trades. Forkdelta is known for a free listing exchange. Even if it is still not listed on their exchange you can make trades on it by just copying the smart contract address on the token.

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November 22, 2018, 03:19:38 AM
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Oh yes this is very possible, there are a lot of scam coins that are on exchanges. What you need to understand is that a lot of these scammers actually work to get their coins listed on exchanges and with that they can sell off their coins that they have. They always have a larger stash and once they have sold, people start to realize that the coin is a scam and they are getting delisted, this is why bounty hunters sell as soon as they get paid their rewards, to avoid situations like this
at least strategy has a good bounty hunter in this regard but they are thus thought to be damaging to the market price. I have also never encountered ducts telegram bounty disappeared and sure enough, it was a huge scam. vigilance will be necessary for the bounty because many persons are currently very often makes the bounty this kind of scam.

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November 22, 2018, 03:45:40 AM
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Based on your statement I think its possible that those bounty are scam, and the listing few days in the forkdelta is one of their alibi to hide their  real intention.

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November 22, 2018, 04:00:09 AM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?
Well, a coin could die over the time, when there are no more people trade the coins. so it loosing it's value.
That way the exchange market will remove that coins from their market.

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November 24, 2018, 01:16:41 PM
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Of course, this is a sign of fraud, the project is really a scam. Not only investors get losses, but also bounty hunters who spend their valuable time. They need to work for a long time and wait a long time for the distribution of tokens, which most likely after distribution will not cost good money.
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November 24, 2018, 01:22:19 PM
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I think it might be full. Why not. Initially developed to merge their tokens on the stock exchange. Then the project lives its own life there are many such projects. I don't think this is a secret.

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November 24, 2018, 01:25:14 PM
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Unfortunately now this happens very often, projects are closed, their tokens lose any value on the market
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November 24, 2018, 03:06:07 PM
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In my recent bounty participation, all is good and i have been paid in all my hardwork. The tokens that i hardly earned is already in my ethereum wallet and the coin is already traded in forkdelta. But suddenly the telegram channel of the bounty shut down and also the forkdelta is delisting the coin. My question is, is this possible that even the traded coin can be end up a scam? as a bounty hunter it’s not a big loss but i’m pitty on the part of the investors that nagging that they are being scam. How?

Well, that is very possible to happening. Forkdelta exchange is not the indicator of the success project.
I think if the project listed their coins in big exchanges like binance or bitfinex, it can be the indicator of success project then.
Both investors and hunters must do their due diligence with longer time, so they won't end up being scammed.

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