I didn’t find anything about this company on the web. Even though there are several short reviews on their official website, I don’t think they can be trusted, because usually, companies write them by themselves. And it’s logical: if reviews were real, they would exist on other websites as well. Both: positive and negative. So what do we know about the fund? It’s based in Tallinn, Estonia. That’s all we know. In their own words, they have low commission fees. What are they then? Is it a secret? They state that investors can enter and exit whenever they want. Are there fees? Normally they should exist. Crypto Orange promises high profits. What exactly is this phrase based on? There are no proofs given. They also mention risk control. But who exactly controls these risks? I didn’t notice you introduce the team to us… Hard to trust. It’s not transparent. They probably wanted to be like this but forgot about important things. How could you forget about your staff? It’s just like doing things with closed eyes without knowing who to trust and who will help if something happens…
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