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Eterbase Coin

Coin NameEterbase Coin
Coin Codexbase
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The team hasn’t exited yet but has already received millions of dollars from unsuspecting investors. The team was mediocre in updating their website that doesn’t follow the most basic UX standards of design. They got hacked recently by etherdelta2 hacker due to a rushed contract swap and to this day, Robert Aux CEO keeps the hype alive even though they’ve never launched an exchange or any of the products they’ve promised. They KYC registry is the third party based and powered by an outside plugin you can get for free and not even that works properly. They were linked to a famous scam group called Jeeves group and don’t even have a license to deliver on what they’ve promised. They also recently created a newly registered company so they are no longer Interbase AG or based in Liechtenstein. Price pumped 33 times and is now dumping slowly but surely.

Linkhttps://www.eterbase.com/
CategoryHack
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