1ai promises to bring a lot of change that would impact the crypto industry, as well as traditional finances in a lot of meaningful ways. However, there are a few red flags regarding this project which cannot go unnoticed. For example, the project is available around the world, with no restrictions, which is quite unusual by itself, considering that laws regarding ICOs tend to differ greatly in different countries, and a project that can appease them all simply doesn't exist.
Terra Crypto February 3, 2021 Reply
Seriously, does anyone still believe that it is possible to predict the crypto market, especially at such a nascent stage of its development? I would like to ask someone from the 1ai team, how their solution would predict pump-and-dumps, how is it going to predict when some whale decides to manipulate the market using mere $10 million, which should be enough to pump or crash the price of virtually any coin below Top 10. I guess, they wouldn't have anything to say regarding this matter.
Dragon Fire December 28, 2020 Reply
Secondly, there is no need to verify your identity before investing, no KYC or whitelist procedures, which adds to the suspicion. Finally, the project is not very transparent about its developers, and even the country of origin remains unknown, which is maybe the most troubling lack of information. The team is also unverified, which is likely not going to inspire trust in investors.
Tiberio Grakh October 3, 2019 Reply
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