hmmm hard to say whether it’s a scam or not. My opinion is usually based on several factors I consider all the time and they are irreplaceable. If I can’t find them on an official website of a crypto fund, I can call it either a scam projects or a suspicious one. There may be a different option: this company is not a scam, but anyway, doesn’t care enough of anything. It’s bad as well. So Cryptosky Club is 50/50. On the one hand, they provided a lot of information, even though it’s a little confusing and may make no sense. On the other hand, they forgot to mention something that would give investors a full picture of their company: team information. A lot of funds still think it’s not important who stands behind the company. Just think how ridiculous it sounds. So that’s why I’m not sure you have to give them your money. Because they don’t give… a crap about you.
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