ICO Business Be Like SPAM All Over The Place

4 Nov

Do you wonder why there are some Bitcointalk ICO announcement threads with a lot of activity, even though the user posts seem crappy, pointless or weird or why you get emails promoting new ICOs for no apparent reason? Well, it is all because somebody paid to get their forum thread boosted with fake comments or paid for email promotion (pure SPAM) to crypto users. Now, it is questionable what is the effect of such efforts to promote an ICO project, but it is happening, so some people are apparently paying for this. Here is an email from one such offer to get an idea on what the prices for such kind of “promotions” go and this is one of the reasons why Initial Coin Offerings opt out for large marketing budgets and if you don’t have one the less likely you are to succeed. With all that said we are not fans of methods like that and there are much better ways to utilize your marketing budget to promote your project…

Would you like to bump your ICO ANN thread and bounty thread always?

We have +100 bitcointalk accounts and we can making 100s of good comments to your threads and bumping it to receive the most possible of traffic.

Here is the details of our offer

400 good comments about them project + 100 on bounty thread = 1 btc
1000 good comments about them project + 300 on bounty thread = 2 btc
2500 good comments about them project + 600 on bounty thread = 3 btc

Also we have 3 email base

1. Base of BitcoinTalk users – 500 k emails ( Valid 99+%)
2. General base of people which registered at least in one bitcoin service ( Poloniex for example) – 22 kk emails (Valid 96+%)
3. Base of people which registered at least 2 or more bitcoin services ( Poloniex, Kraken, Bitcointalk and etc) (Valid 97+%)

All bases were collected no more than 2 months ago and would be sold only in 2 hands.

first base – 0.5 btc
second base- 1.7 btc
third base – 1.3 btc

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10 Responses to ICO Business Be Like SPAM All Over The Place


November 4th, 2017 at 15:18

This. Also shows why airdrops are just the next generation of (covered) premined scams; “devs” owning thousands of accounts redeeming coins for themselves.

Both ICOs and airdrops incentivize account trading.


November 4th, 2017 at 15:51

My hero account (4 years old, +500 posts) at Bitcointalk was hacked.

They changed my avatar, and now it shows an Eidoo icon. Well done, Eidoo.. pass the voice. SCAM


November 4th, 2017 at 17:37

@Javi – message the mods, eventually you can get it back.


November 5th, 2017 at 07:08

This needs to be spread throughout crypto communities, the word needs to get out as this can be very misleading.

Ciprian V

November 6th, 2017 at 00:41

Great job guys, i will also spread the words.. thanks!


November 6th, 2017 at 18:52

ICOS BE LIKE… The new meme!

Jim Bob

November 7th, 2017 at 22:32

The sad thing is, this puts a very bad face on ICOs in general (of which, some may be/are legit projects, led by legit entrepreneurs). Hopefully 2018 will prove that statement correct.

Josh Goldman

November 11th, 2017 at 08:54

I’ll defo share this with my fam.

I don’t think cryptocurreny is going anywhere.

Pandoras box is open. :)


January 2nd, 2018 at 15:11

Great post


June 5th, 2018 at 15:03

good job, guys

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