There is no denying the fact the BitOrb has elaborated their business pitch very well, and their product appears to be relevant and, hopefully, functional. What I am concerned about is the fact that they offer derivatives trading. It means that at any time BitOrb can be slammed down hard by the regulators, especially since they will start their operations in the Asian countries which usually aren't overly friendly towards crypto projects.
Martin August 5, 2019 Reply
To tell you the truth, I was really annoyed by the fact that BitOrb asked to “request” their whitepaper by providing personal info and agreeing to their newsletter. That is just an outrageously old-fashioned marketing trick! I would also like to see at least an MVP before even considering this project seriously. I like the idea and features presented by BitOrb, but these guys should really step up their game to convince me to invest.
Daniel July 21, 2019 Reply
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