In a Hurry? Don’t Worry. Here’s the TL;DR Version! – When it comes to Wall Street, if you can’t change the dress code, you’re never going to change the culture.– Wall Street’s culture loves risk. – Before 2008, Wall Street’s culture loved risking your financial future for its benefit. – Ten years later, they’re still […]
On April 24, 2018, we posted an article entitled ICObench Warmer. In that article, we showed how experts at ICO rating site ICObench inflated the ratings of projects they were advising. Since then, several more articles have appeared denouncing what we lovingly refer to as the ICObench "Top-Rated Expert Cabal."
We are happy to see founders as well as members of the ICO support service industry speaking out against corruption. And ICObench deserve much of the blame.
But not all of it. Not even close.
For us, ICObench was the most obvious example of corruption in the industry and a great way to start the conversation. But it is equally important that ICObench doesn’t simply become the "fall guy" for the real problem...
There are basically three types of people who invest in ICOs, and if you’re going to ask them to fund your early retirement, you’d better know how to identify and communicate with them. In this installment of the Ultimate Douchebag’s Guide to Launching an ICO, we’ll teach you how to do just that. So quit fucking around and pay attention, douchebags, because this one is well worth its weight in cryptographic tokens.
Ultimate Douchebag’s Guide to Launching an ICO Part 1: Build Your Pyramid Scheme Just Like the Egyptians Did With Free Labor
After spending the past month and a half writing about some of the worst aspects of the current “ICO ecosystem,” the only thing we have to show for it is one of our resident ass clowns 🍑🤡 getting doxed by an ICObench expert…
On May 14, 2018, the obscure and rarely used1 search engine known as “Bing” decided to ban all cryptocurrency advertising, thereby joining the ranks of Facebook, Google, and Twitter, which had each made similar announcements earlier in the year. Although this latest ban applies to all cryptocurrency advertising, the greatest impact will mostly likely be felt by “Initial Coin Offerings,” or “ICOs,” which up until the ban had been the most competitive cryptocurrency-related ad buyers.
Once Bing’s ban is fully implemented, 71.4% of all online advertising “real estate” will be off limits to ICOs.2 Coupled with increasing regulatory scrutiny these past few months, are we finally witnessing the “beginning of the end” for ICOs? Does “ICOmageddon” in fact cometh?
Unless you were living in one of John McAfee’s underground bunkers for the past nine months, you might recall that back in October of 2017, a new distributed application built on the Ethereum network called “CryptoKitties” had been released. For the first time, socially retarded ultra high net worth individuals (or “SRUHNWIs”) could throw their money […]
As you may or may not already be aware, there currently exists a plethora of acronyms and abbreviations in the cryptocurrency space.
We’ve researched quite a few ICO-related scams and discovered that the #1 reason scam ICOs fail is as follows:
Somebody realized it was a scam before the founders made off with the loot
So in an effort to help you up your flimflammery game, the ass clowns 🍑🤡 at Tokenicide have created this guide on what NOT to do when launching a scam ICO.
On April 24, 2018, the ass clowns 🍑🤡 at Tokenicide posted an article called ICObench Warmer that provided clear and convincing evidence that several of the top-rated experts on ICObench were colluding with one another, ensuring that if a blockchain startup hired several of them for their advisory board, other ICObench experts would be sure to […]