I am surprised by a number of companies related to the crypto world. Most of them are certainly a scam and all of them usually make the same mistakes. They don’t even try to hide. And even somehow it turns out that a company is not a scam, it’s still strange why they want people to trust them if there’s nothing useful provided. Same with BK Fund. But it’s easy. 1. One page website (looks like a presentation for a school teacher) 2. The team is incredibly small. That’s weird at least 3. They provide examples of perspectives: technical, business model, team members’ background. And then it goes an investment perspective with no explanations. It will remain their secret. 4. Portfolio. Not the most important part. 5. Contacts: not an exact address and an email 6. A separate page for news. However, the page wasn’t found. Oh well, I guess I don’t have to tell you that this company should be avoided, right?
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