It was a fun project like the name tells. There wasn’t an ICO, there were free airdrops at their website only, but the site isn’t up anymore. It was tradeable on the WAVES Platform, but there’s no liquidity anymore, so the project seems dead.
Is Bitcorn a Scam?
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Is Bitcorn a Scam ICO?
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