I would really like to get inside the heads of the people who invest in projects like Bigbullcoin to find out, what drives them when they decided to invest in such an obviously scammy project. That is, of course, assuming that someone did buy into the overly simplistic website and whitepaper, which are crammed with trivial phrases and empty promises. The funniest thing is that Bigbullcoin promises to provide the "full protection against scammers."
Mary T October 27, 2019 Reply
There is absolutely no information about the team members of BigBullCoin, which should flash a huge red flag for any investor. This fact alone raised my suspicion about this project being a scam. The whitepaper is very concise and vaguely written. There are only promises of great benefits, such as the constant growth in value and interest-free exchange between BBC and other cryptocurrencies, but no specifics regarding the ways to ensure them. I think that BigBullCoin "talks the talk but won't be able to walk the walk."
Scott1e September 14, 2019 Reply
A few things immediately stand out when it comes to this project, and that is the general lack of information. There is pretty much nothing that is known about the team, or even about the project itself. All that they continuously claim is that their token will be some kind of utility useful for making payments, but that is pretty much it.
j1mm1e September 10, 2019 Reply
With so many altcoins out there already offering the same service, another token that does the same appears unnecessary, and without any real use cases. It is unknown, it lacks information, and it raises quite a few red flags along the way. When it comes to investors, everyone is responsible for their own investment decisions, but projects like this seem rather sketchy and uncertain, so extreme caution is advised.
archer September 2, 2019 Reply
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