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Beware of ROCKET POOL ICO , take into consideration that I C O are unregulated ,and do not provide protection to investors ,in case of fraud or loss.

ICO — the hottest craze in cryptocurrencies — is an ‘absolute scam,’ Wikipedia Founder Jimmy Wales says .

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After a careful evaluation it looks like ROCKET POOL , has no clear business plans. And while investors might hope that the ROCKET POOL tokens appreciate in value, as those in the bitcoin and Ethereum networks have done, that may not ever happen . The SEC is on the lookout for pump-and-dump schemes , and we will pass them our reports about ROCKET POOL ICO .

We looked the team up. We did not limit ourselves to Facebook and LinkedIn profiles, and tried to find more social activity from them. We runned a full background check on every person involved in ROCKETPOOL ICO .

There is no trace of discussions, participation in any groups or projects — it is a red flag. We invite you to Investigate the core team behind the project. Find out if the team members actually exist , who they really are , what they have done till those days , when they opened their LinkedIn accounts , etc… Do they have a track record or experience that is relevant to the project that is verifiable? In the ROCKETPOOL ICO case , the answer is negative .

Are you confident that the team has the ability to deliver versus what is promised and are the goals achievable? The Answer is NO !!

We investigated the legal side. Look up at the website domain , the real registration address, their offices location  — we even sent an offline mail to the office mentioned .

We even googled the cell number and e-mails  that are connected to the ROCKETPOOL ICO team — and found traces of previous activities in the far corners of the web, that told us a lot about the team members .
You can also easily check if they are a real member of the Bitcoin community through a very handy feature on Bitcointalk, the most popular cryptocurrency forum out there where this projects are usually announced.

Speaking about the ROCKETPOOL ICO theme, or their business concept, we really do not think there’s a market for that kind of product and even if there is , there are stong rivals in the field already . Scam can be seen by an over optimistic or too general description and this is what happened with ROCKETPOOL ICO .

After SEC & MAS reports, everybody knows one can’t just issue ‘randomcoins’. So if a token is not supported by anything (i.e bonuses, ecosystem, company share etc), its issuer might be a scam. So how the ROCKETPOOL ICO tokens are actually backed up ? Good Question indeed !

Be sure to check the past track record of the team and learn about any of the completed projects that are available to you.

For the more technically inclined, check whether the project’s code is open for scrutiny on github.

The ROCKETPOOL ICO project’s code appears to be cloned from another token/app , this means it is likely to be a scam.

Before investing in ROCKETPOOL ICO : Put questions towards the project team and draw conclusions from the types of responses you receive or discussions you read in these forms.

Are the project developers open to dialogue?
Are they forthcoming or are they evasive? ( Check by yourself ….you will not like what you hear )
Are responses specific or do the parties involved speak in generalities? ( Generalities from what we found out )
Do they come off as overly optimistic? YES , they are !

Good question you must ask yourself before buying their ROCKETPOOL tokens are :

“Could this project be accomplished using a token that is already in existence, such as Ether?
“Is the creation of a new token necessary?”

According to our analysts the ROCKETPOOL project will not be able to acquire a share of the market space , with their product innovation or services.

How long has the ROCKETPOOL project been in development? Nobody really knows .

The ROCKETPOOL project has no substantial record of progress over several months and has only recently appeared, this is a sign to be very cautious.

Is the token supported or projected to be supported on more than one exchange now or in the near future? Very Difficult to answer in ROCKETPOOL case .

How will the tokens be used, by whom and are there any indications of support coming from the market? We do not know !!

We have a lot of unanswered question regarding the ROCKETPOOL ICO :

Will there a cap on the maximum amount of coins that will ever be produced, like bitcoin, or will there be a steady increases in the number of tokens issued over time that could effect the value of all tokens in the future?

How will the token be used in the network and is it even necessary?

From what we read online the ROCKETPOOL ICO , often makes bold claims about their product even though said project offers nothing new or disruptive.

No serious team will ever make a price prediction about their token or claim it can fix the world. But the ROCKETPOOL ICO team did exactly that on their website . AGAIN RED FLAG .

The ROCKETPOOL ICO whitepaper is a real Buzzword salads , looks good , but when you actually sit down to digest it, this ICO taste like vague claims and empty promises.
You do not only want to see a very thorough whitepaper, but also look for a variety of complementary resources such as SWOT analysis, financial model, wallet design, competitor analysis, institutional studies, and more

We anayzed the matter and there is NOT a strong business case for ROCKETPOOL technology.

When evaluating the ROCKETPOOL ICO, the good first question to ask is: “Do they need a blockchain or a native token for this project?” The answer is no to both, chances are the ICO project is an example of solutionism — crypto for crypto’s sake — or a scam.

ICOs will usually have an escrow to hold user’s funds during the ICO and after. So keep an eye out for the Escrow participants and the escrow conditions. This may save you some money. We do not think that the X startup is using the top Escrow service . And if it’s not, it can be a good indicator about the ICO being a non-authentic one.

Ask them the right questions before investing even one single dollar in the ROCKETPOOL ICO .

While there are definitely some companies building innovative things on top of blockchains (and in the crypto space generally), there are many fraudulent groups who are looking for a quick cash grab. The field can be even more confusing to navigate when malicious groups get celebrity endorsements. Surely a trusted face would vet whoever they support?

Realize that even if a blockchain startup passes all of these tests, it doesn’t mean for certain that they aren’t trying to scam investors out of their money.

Online Forums:

One thing that you should not forget to check on is what people are talking about the ROCKETPOOL ICO which you are interested. If you have any doubt, you can simply put an open ended question on the forum asking people their opinions.

All the discussions here will be a great indicator about the ROCKETPOOL ICO being an authentic one.

You can go to Bitcoin Talk or Reddit for such information.

And no matter how alert you remain, there will be a few people in coming times who will con even the smartest of you but as the market matures, the probability of an ICO being a fraudulent one will decrease and ultimately reach a null value.

REMEMBER : If something seems like a scam, it probably is.

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Wall Street’s top regulator has a warning for mom-and-pop investors who are rushing into the booming market for initial coin offerings: the space is probably full of fraud.

The Wolf of Wall Street Thinks that ICOs Are ‘The Biggest Scam Ever’

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“Pump and dump” scams involve people artificially boosting the price of an asset before offloading it to unsuspecting investors at the higher price.

Scammers first organise coordinated buying of a particular coin on a set exchange at a set time. The wave of demand pushes up the price.

The “pumpers” then use social media, online discussion forums, and message boards to attract new buyers. They generally argue that the price spike is evidence of a sustained rally. The pumpers then offload their coins to the new buyers who come into the market at a higher price. In most cases, this coordinated “dump” depresses the price of the coins back to their pre-pump levels.

It’s unclear how frequently those involved in the pump-and-dump schemes profit from them, as there is no way to guarantee that any given pump will attract enough new buyers into the market.

Mati Greenspan, a senior market analyst at the trading platform eToro who covers the cryptocurrency markets, told Business Insider: “Pump-and-dump schemes are a real problem. Besides the fact that it is illegal and unethical, the results can be incredibly unpredictable.”

Regardless, such market manipulation would be illegal in most regulated markets whether or not the participants profited.

Ben Kingsley, a partner at the law firm Slaughter & May who specialises in financial regulation, told Business Insider: “If you’re organising people to say, ‘This is fantastic — I’m amazed everyone’s not piling into it,’ as a way to stimulate demand with a view to then selling into a rising market, that’s market manipulation 101.”

Yates of RPC said: “The sorts of coordinated pump-and-dump activities we are seeing on cryptocurrency markets would fall foul of numerous prohibitions were they carried out on stock markets — they are practically textbook examples of market manipulation and false trading, for example.”

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  • Bitcoin News –

    A brand new unit of the Securities and Exchange Commission has shutdown an initial coin offering scam.
    This is the first case filed by the new cyber unit, created in September to focus on nefarious activity in the world of crypto.

    US regulators appear to be paying more attention to the opaque world of initial coin offerings.

    The Securities and Exchange Commission announced Monday it halted a fraudulent ICO “falsely promising” over 1,000% returns. The regulator said this was the first case filed by its brand-new cybersecurity unit, aptly named Cyber Unit.

    Initial coin offerings, the red-hot cryptocurrency-based fundraising method, have raised more than $3 billion this year by some estimates. They’ve come under the scrutiny of regulators across the world because they allow young companies to raise quick money without, in some cases, having to disclose proper information to investors. As for Monday’s case, the SEC filed charges against Dominic Lacroix and his firm PlexCorps for soliciting $15 million from thousands of investors.

    “The Commission’s complaint, filed in federal court in Brooklyn, New York, alleges that Lacroix and PlexCorps marketed and sold securities called PlexCoin on the internet to investors in the U.S. and elsewhere, claiming that investments in PlexCoin would yield a 1,354 percent profit in less than 29 days,” the regulator said in a statement.

    The Cyber Unit, according to the SEC, was created with the purpose of sniffing out nefarious activity in the crypto and initial coin offering space.

  • BitcoinFraud

    The Empire Strikes Back: Congress & Trump Prepare to Curb Crypto Tax Evasion
    The Department of Homeland Security is closely monitoring the issue of cryptos.

    The Bitcoin market is gearing up for the latest batch of institutional investors entering the market through the Chicago-based futures exchanges CBOE and CME. We’ve seen quite a rise in prices this autumn, especially in the aftermath of the announcement that the product is soon to go mainstream to Wall Street.

    One of the downsides of going mainstream is increasing regulatory attention. US authorities led by Congress and the Trump administration in conjunction with none other but the Department of Homeland Security appear to be working on some crypto legislation.

    Uncle Sam’s attention towards the crypto world starts with a Bill on Capitol Hill that is at present at the Committee of the Judiciary. The legislation was introduced by Iowa GOP Senator Chuck Grassley in May this year. The effort appears to be a bipartisan one with cosponsors from both sides of the aisle. It is designed to criminalize the failure to disclose any ownership of crypto assets.

    The effort is supported by Democrat Senators Dianne Feinstein from California, Sheldon Whitehouse from Rhode Island and Amy Klobucher from Maine. The GOP’s Orrin Hatch from Utah and John Cornyn from Texas also are amongst the members of Congress actively working on this piece of legislation.

    Trump Administration Officials Discussing Crypto
    The administration of President Donald Trump is the other branch of government that is apparently concerned about crypto. The White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders elaborated in a recent press briefing that the hottest topic in the investment industry, Bitcoin was mentioned at briefings.

    Namely, Mrs. Sanders outlined that it Bitcoin is being monitored and mentioned in briefings. The Homeland Security team at the White House has been singled out as the one that is tracking the issue.

    Rapid Rise in Popularity and Anonymity Alerting for Big Government
    The ongoing rise in Bitcoin prices and the popularity of cryptocurrencies fall into a category that Conservative and Democrat lawmakers are equally concerned about. Terrorism financing, money laundering, and tax evasion are all on the table should the administration chooses to tackle the issue of the rising use of cryptocurrencies officially.

    Earlier this week Coinbase lost an appeal and was mandated to share with the IRS data from some 20,000 accounts. The amount of data that the US government’s tax authority will get is much smaller than what it initially demanded, but changes to current legislation could make digital currency assets a scapegoat as the Trump administration’s tax cut effort doesn’t prevent an increase in the deficit.

    Yes, I know that as ironic as it may sound, the government might be contemplating to tax the money that it hasn’t printed itself. But then it is only natural to expect it isn’t it?

    When Can a Crackdown Materialize?
    Bitcoin Futures trading is set to launch next week at the CBOE and a week later via the CME. The financial regulatory authorities are expected to monitor closely how is this market going to function. Any disruptive moves in the market should put a Bitcoin flashing red light higher on the desk of President Trump and his team at the Department of Homeland Security.

    The doomsday scenarios that have been gathering speed lately when Bitcoin decimates central bank money are picking up speed. Inevitably they will end up on the US President’s desk one morning, but nobody knows whether it would be a morning too late…

  • ICO Fraud

    To date, this is one of the most widely known cryptocurrency scams, especially because it managed to rake in a warping $350 million. The company claimed to be offering token packages, which could then be used to mine OneCoin. Instead of directly selling their tokens, OneCoin cloaked itself as a provider of educational material.
    So how did they get to make so much money? It was a pure Ponzi scheme. Depending on the amount you invested, you got an educational package ranging from just 100 euros to as much as 118,000 euros. Smaller investments did not offer returns, but the larger ones did. At first, the OneCoin scam did pay out in euros, but they later stopped after authorities began cracking down on OneCoin offices.
    As the scam had already spread around the world, many regulators have taken action against the company. These include Germany, India, Belgium, Nigeria and plenty others. Nevertheless, the funds have yet to be recovered, although some of the company’s officials have been arrested.

  • ICO News, Frauds,Scams

    The world’s third-largest cryptocurrency exchange has written to users warning them against market manipulation, a week after a Business Insider investigation that found “pump and dump” scams operating on the platform.

    Bittrex wrote an email to users on Friday notifying them of several changes to the service aimed at “improv[ing] the overall trading experience.”

    The notice also included a warning to customers that they could be banned or have their accounts frozen if they artificially manipulate the price of coins trading on its platform.

    “Bittrex actively discourages any type of market manipulation, including pump groups,” the email from Bittrex “Consistent with our terms of service, we will suspend and close any accounts engaging in this type of activity and notify the appropriate authorities.”

    The email follows an investigation by Business Insider earlier this month that found traders are colluding in groups on chat app Telegram to inflate the price of digital coins on platforms such as Las Vegas-registered Bittrex and Russian exchange Yobit. The aim is to make a quick profit by selling the coins on to new investors attracted by the price rise.

    Securities lawyers contacted by Business Insider dubbed the actions “market manipulation 101” and suggested that financial regulators should take the same approach to the activities as is does in the stock market, where this type of market manipulation is illegal.

    A spokesperson for Bittrex told BI: “To ensure an optimal trading experience and protect our service and users from harm, Bittrex regularly reviews and updates its policies for placing orders on our exchange, as well as conducts periodic compliance reviews.

    “As part of that process, we recently alerted Bittrex customers of several policy initiatives, including the removal of orders that are more than 28 days old; an increase in the minimum trade size; the creation of a minimum tick size; and a reminder to our customers that any kind of market manipulation is strictly prohibited by our terms of service.”

    Messages on “pump and dump” chat groups on Telegram, seen by Business Insider, show that traders involved in manipulation tactics have taken notice of the warning.

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