The identities of SciDex team members are fake is a red flag as big as Texas. Apparently, this project has been concocted by a bunch of tech guys, who decided to rip off some gullible investors, who would be stupid enough not the check the team profile. Really, it takes only a couple of days, or even less, for the guys know a thing or two about blockchain and smart contract to compile the papers and the website like that and then just wait for the fish to get into the net.
Sonia August 13, 2019 Reply
I have mixed impressions about SciDex: they have an interesting idea and a decent presentation of it, but, on the other hand, this startup doesn’t have any substantial backing or partnership deals with businesses that found these “new” smart contracts applicable. Besides, I haven’t found any information about the SciDex team, which comes as a major concern for me. The bottom line is that I wouldn’t trust this startup, at least until the team decides to come up in the open.
Nathan July 26, 2019 Reply
I am not sure why guys behind SciDex made so much effort compiling a decently-looking website and a rather comprehensible whitepaper, but then decided to fake the identities of the team members. For instance, I have done a background check on Alex Bouaziz and turned out that this guy’s profile doesn’t contain any mentions of SciDex. Are we looking at the scam here?
Roy July 7, 2019 Reply
I call the projects like SciDex, the “Ethereum killers”, because smart contracts was Ethereum’s only distinguishing feature, which is now being taken away from them. Given the fact that the Ethereum network is developing at a snail’s pace and we will have to wait ages for the launch of Ethereum 2.0, the likes of SciDex will soon gain an upper hand. Therefore, after devoting some time to study their solutions and technology fundamentals, I have decided to get involved with SciDex, because I find their protocol and marketspace to be well-elaborated, and of great promise. Besides, it will allow me to offload some of my ETH.
Malcolm June 29, 2019 Reply
One thing to keep in mind regarding this project is that the token sale was announced quite recently. As a result, there is not a lot of information known. However, in addition to that, the project itself is still missing some crucial aspects. Its white paper, for example, cannot be accessed at this time. The team appears to be good, with many advisors, but no one on the team is verified, and their LinkedIn accounts were not connected.
Carlo June 28, 2019 Reply
Apart from that, the project's vision seems interesting, and the goal of making smart contracts more approachable for non-blockchain businesses is certainly a step in the right direction. However, the project will need to address some of numerous red flags in order to attract investors. Otherwise, if the ICO starts without adding new info, it would be best for investors to stay clear.
Sebastian June 10, 2019 Reply
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