I don't know about you guys, but something tells me that Cornucopia has flopped, or that is was a scam all the way from the beginning. Here are some of the reasons why I've arrived at this conclusion: the official website has been inaccessible for a very long time; nearly all profiles of team members don't have a single mention of Cornucopia, except for the one of its founder, Carsten Klein, but the guy is also involved in a bunch of projects. So, my condolences to all those who invested in this startup before it went bust. Better be smarter next time.
Nicole August 6, 2019 Reply
Although I think that relying on the “wisdom of the crowd” is ridiculous in most cases, I can agree that it might be efficient, if the crowd is comprised of more or less competent people. But that is rather an exception to the rule...There is another question at hand. In case the potentially profitable IPO fails, who will bear the responsibility? The crowd? Well, that quite a creating way to shun the blame for losses. The rule of thumb for any smart investor is to think for himself never listen to the crowd.
Aidan July 19, 2019 Reply
Cornucopia kinda reminds me of the Wolf of Wall Street movie in the part where the Stratonites lured and gullible and unsuspecting people into devoting their money to some shady projects, labeling them revolutionary. Who are these experts who will advise the community? Did the project reveal their names? Oh wait, the Cornucopia website can’t be accessed along with the project info. Cheerio to those who had already invested in this project!
Joe July 3, 2019 Reply
In my opinion, the concept of swarm intelligence offered by Cornucopia is flawed at its core. Relying on the judgement of the crowd is like issuing a financial death warrant to yourself. Just take a look at the mess that the crowd/voters are doing in politics. There is even a term in psychology, the “stupidity of crowds”, which applies perfectly to what Cornucopia tries to sell us. As you have probably already guessed, I won’t be putting even a penny in this project because it is brewing a disaster. Besides, it appears that their website can’t be reached at the moment, so there is another red flag for you.
Donna June 29, 2019 Reply
One curious thing regarding the token sale is that it will not require a KYC or Whitelist. Apart from that, there are a few other red flags, as well. The project has a good team, lots of advisors, and a great vision. However, the rating is rather average, and there appears to be no white paper, while their website cannot be reached.
Larry June 28, 2019 Reply
It is possible that the project was canceled for some reason, but without any official announcement about it. In any event, the ICO has yet to be scheduled, and if it does come — investors should be extremely careful regarding this one. The lack of information is certainly a cause for concern, and it even makes the project look abandoned.
Peter June 6, 2019 Reply
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