Crowdsourced Crypto Due-Dilligence Platform Publishing “Terrible Token Tuesday” Lists

Despite, “not actually collecting any revenue yet,” in the “Qfellow” post, offers chosen ICO-credibility consultants, “$350 worth of Ether as a monthly stipend, extendable at our discretion for up to 3 months. (Possibly a promotion after that).”

“We know there’s still a bunch of people that do high quality research on projects on a personal level, and we also know that sharing that research is sometimes a thankless job, especially when you are investigating issues surrounding well-financed projects with down-vote bots patrolling social media, which makes it difficult to for you to make your voice heard.”

Because of numerous complexities involved in properly understanding crypto itself let alone its behavior in investment markets, people have been famously ripped off. A list of “scam coins” at’s website does include a number of well-known scams.

“What happened with bitconnect was bad. We started ConcourseQ to make it harder to launch scams…We had an active warning on the bitconnect ICO.”


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