At first, our browser was like: So, we were like, "why not finalise the draft of...": ...where we (prophetically!) mentioned...: and... and Cointiply is like... ...the first thing that comes to our mind is a visitor's comment and our reply: MrBrightside, whatcha gonna do now? xD ... If DMYF can foresee the future, instead of… Continue reading How Cointiply Made Our Morning
Cointiply Website responds with a "certificate error" when you try opening it. Is Cointiply down? Safari: Brave Browser: Opera: etc. So we said "Hey! What's going on!" Opera allows us to "continue anyway", which lets us open Cointiply. Ergo, Cointiply is not down. According to the "News" section... Cointiply "had problems with their SSL certificates". Whether… Continue reading COINTIPLY website down?
Dear All, As predicted, Tesla Mining turned out to be a 100% scam. When trying to open the Tesla Mining website, we get: We have warned our readers previously and we mentioned numerously that "bitcoin mining" websites which encourage you to "invest" in mining, promising 100000% returns are typical Ponzi schemes. If, by any chance,… Continue reading Tesla Mining – Legit or Scam?
Before the second round of Token Sale, CCRB's Whitepaper (sic!) was like:.. CCRB works just like Bitcoin, but removes mining for profit. CCRB is 100% pre- mined and the cryptocurrency is closely linked to cash-back and loyalty platforms. Based on the Bitcoin protocol, CCRB will virtually eliminate mining for profit – the aspect of cryptocurrencies… Continue reading CCRB Token Sale Results – This is (not) a Joke
As we have previously mentioned, we created an account with Tesla Mining, a "Bitcoin mining" company(website) which offers 200GH/s lifetime hashpower to anyone who creates an account... for free. DISCLAIMER: We created the account in order to find out more about "mining" companies and we are NOT advertising Tesla Mining. Moreover, we do not recommend… Continue reading Tesla Mining – “free” Bitcoin Mining… What’s the catch?
Cointelegraph published an article detailing five notable cryptocurrency scams. Source: https://cointelegraph.com/news/unpacking-the-5-biggest-cryptocurrency-scams “The crypto community needs to promote financial education and ethical investment practices, otherwise governments will over-regulate and stifle real innovation. The most effective way to protect investors is through education. Investors need to learn how to evaluate investment opportunities, quickly spot scams, and know how… Continue reading 5 Biggest Cryptocurrency Scams
It is known that most "mining" companies actually "mine" users' deposits (Ponzi scheme) and disappear, once the pyramid crumbles under its own weight (when new deposits are not enough to cover the payouts to those who made deposits earlier). Tesla Mining offers its users 200 GH/s active hashpower for free, though. Yep, for free. Which… Continue reading Tesla Mining
Announcing a new sub-section of our blog which will focus solely on how "well" the companies opeating within the sector communicate their message to their users and potential investors. - How many thousands $$$ should you invest in the tokens of a company which calls Etherium "Bitcoin 2.0"? - "What is "Airdrop"? - the Supportiveness… Continue reading The “Crypto Currency” Chronicles
...you regularly run a malware check using reputable antivirus software. Finiding hidden mining scripts injected in your browser by an untrustworthy faucet (or even an "ICO" site or a "crypoinvestment portal" are not a joke. Look through your browser's extensions; under "security" categories you should find a few anti-miner plug-ins.