AnimeCoin

AnimeCoin

We will do this while specifically appealing to the anime community with exciting features, creating an immediate use-case for the new AnimeCoin.

This use case is the ability to issue “provably rare” anime-related digital images on the Blockchain that can then be traded on a decentralized exchange for Anime Crypto.

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  1. Looks like a Bunch of White Poker Players Trying to Make Money off Anime Fans

    Upon first glance at their website you can see some nice animations, but beyond that, there is a general lack of content.

    The “roadmap” appears to have been written by a teenager cramming for an essay due the next day and not like a professional roadmap or whitepaper.

    The team section also leads to some very troubling implications, as doing a basic google search on the members of the team reveal mostly white, males who were professional poker players, something very prevalent in crypto scams.

    It seems like only 2 or 3 of their members actually have something to do with anime, and even then it is unclear what exactly these people do for the project since none of them have actual titles on the website.

    I also find it very strange that not a single member’s LinkedIn page has “animecoin” on it. What does that say about how proud they are of the project?

    There is some reading about an art platform on the roadmap and some ideas for masternodes, yet at the current price a masternode could be anywhere from $5,000 – $20,000, who would pay for that for a project like this?

    Anime art does not equal anime, and a coin titled “anime” you would think they might have some studio partnerships listed on their site. Yet, they have absolutely none listed anywhere.

    Compare their project to Otaku Coin and the type of partnerships Otaku Coin has and you will quickly realize which project is the real project and which one is destined to fail.

    Their discord also seems to be lacking in any substance, mostly conversations about mining this coin, which at this time is not really worth mining, and discussions about their proposed fork.

    If I didn’t know any better, I’d guess that these professional poker players are tying to drum up a lot of support for the project pre-fork so that they could all dump the coin the night before.

    Since there isn’t any actual platform or use case for this coin, what exactly is anyone supposed to think about this project? The team doesn’t look qualified to run an anime project, but they sure look like they’re ready to con some weebs out of their money.

    In my opinion, I think this project is a scam. Avoid.

Reviews:1
Reported Loss :0 $
Severity of Scam :Extremely Low
Reported by : Anime-coin
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