Judging from the information that I could gather from the review (the project's website is currently inaccessible) Batzen will be focused mainly on the Indian users and consumers with little to no ambition of going global. It means that there's literally no point in investing in this platform since I am residing in Europe. I am not really sure about the degree of crypto adoption in India, though it can't be really high. Besides, I've heard the news that their government wants to punish crypto owners, so I wonder how Batzen is planning to overcome this legal scrutiny.
NikolaiIII September 29, 2019 Reply
The project has a good enough vision, and it is definitely more than likely that put BTZN on the map if the token ends up being accepted. However, the lack of information is more than a little concerning. Another red flag is the fact that the project's website cannot be reached, meaning that most of the information about this relatively unknown project is unavailable.
ktulhu August 29, 2019 Reply
It might even be possible that the project is no longer active, despite the fact that it is in the middle of its ICO. If this is not the case, then they might be having management problems, which does not seem encouraging.
j0nyca$h August 1, 2019 Reply
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