You Know it’s a Scam When…
Every pitch on every ICO listing website claims that this project is unique because it is licensed and regulated… except that in the real world it’s actually neither.
CoinMetro, a one-of-a-kind, licensed, and regulated financial platform that will fuel the future of blockchain innovation.
Now the crucial part…
No regulatory authority has examined or approved any of the information set out in this Whitepaper. No such action has been or will be taken under the laws, regulatory requirements or rules of any jurisdiction. The publication, distribution or dissemination of this Whitepaper does not imply that applicable laws, regulatory requirements or rules have been complied with. COIN (XCM) Tokens could be impacted by regulatory action, including potential restrictions on the ownership, use, or possession of such tokens. Regulators or other competent authorities may demand that CoinMetro revises the mechanics and functionality of COIN (XCM) Tokens to comply with regulatory requirements or other governmental or business obligations. Nevertheless, CoinMetro believe they have taken commercially reasonable steps to ensure that its planned mechanics are proper and in compliance with currently considered regulations.
Important update from the CEO today, halfway through public sale, the carpet is coming next week.
The CEO also mentions the company is putting a ton of money into getting their ads back on Facebook, 2-3x where they were before, having hired a “genius” to get them there by Friday and two other agencies that’ll do it by Wednesday.
Early backers surely pleased that their contributions are going toward these two great causes.
Apparently paperwork is out for licenses in Dubai and Estonia, with other jurisdictions pending. Please send money first.
PR Has Been Great
Check out their website! Pretty! Lots of buzz. Really reassuring. Until you follow the links.
It’s Pretty Sweet When You Pay Yourself Twice
Guess which company Kevin Murcko is also CEO of.
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Website is flashy, though. Good job on that.
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