Could someone please explain to me, how did Eterbit manage to combine Bitcoin and Ethereum? In simple theses, please. Because I can't get the gist of their idea, really. Is it a tech solution? Or is it just another trading platform where inexperienced traders will get ripped off? In either case, Eterbit doesn't carry anything groundbreaking or even potentially profiting - just another hyper that wants to make quick money.
Crypto Shark January 3, 2021 Reply
The Etherbit wallpaper contains an abundance of sophisticated words that should have made these guys appear more technologically advanced. But in reality, all Etherbit wants to do is to become a crypto broker, an intermediary between the cryptocurrency market and crypto holders. Isn't that against the core philosophy of blockchain - doing away with intermediaries? Funny thing is that the etherbit.com domain appears to be for sale. What would that mean? The project has flopped?
BestNameEver October 25, 2020 Reply
As they say, Eterbit talks the talk, but can't walk the walk. All those promises of BTC/ETH combinations, payment networks, discounts, and so on are nothing but a big spoof, designed to lure gullible people into a trap. I guess you already understood that I am saying that Eterbit is as shady as a seller of "branded" purses from a car trunk in some rough neighborhood. Try to stay away from it!
Gaborek October 11, 2020 Reply
The project promises quite a bit in return for users' investments. It promises that everybody will benefit from it and that investors will receive huge returns on every ETH they invest in it. This is a major red flag by itself, as it makes it seem like a scam that is only interested in getting as much money as possible before exiting. The lack of some important information only increases that impression, and the project doesn't even require users to go through KYC procedure in order to participate.
Nick2567 November 1, 2019 Reply
Furthermore, ETERBIT's website is unavailable, and so is its white paper, which pretty much guarantees that this is not a project that anyone should invest in. The number of red flags is huge, which either indicates that this is a scam, or it shows that the project's team is not very responsible and competent.
Kelsey Bing October 10, 2019 Reply
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