Coin Name Etheera
Coin Code ETA
Summery Description

Etheera is a pump dump scam quoted by “Freenet” sourced from “” Beyond that, the market trading by direct contract appears to be wash trading, with buyer and seller most frequently the same:
when the case was closed on GitHub Etheera changed the topic from “Etheera changed the title Etheera (ETA) Token listing request Token listing request on 15 Nov 2018” so it doesn’t stick out so easily.
Forkdelta even gave them the benefit of the doubt to redeem themselves as quoted”Etheera appears to be an ICO scam – or, at the very least, a dumb investment. The company has no product – not even an MVP or beta – available to the public. Despite the complete lack of any product or service, the company is launching a token sale with a ridiculous hard cap of $116 million USD.The beta version isn’t scheduled to launch until Q2 2018. There’s no evidence that any type of platform development has started. There are also plenty of unusual things about Etheera – like an awkward video showcasing the Etheera office and its team, as well as atrocious English grammar and spelling used across the website. It’s an overall amateur presentation for a company seeking to disrupt the “global real estate industry”.Ultimately, it’s a bad idea to invest in any company before they have any product or service available to the public. You may want to wait for more information about Etheera to appear online before you invest.— you believe the decision made was an error, you may ask for additional review. Please attach additional resources that would help address the concerns of lined above. In this case, links to user reviews of your beta would work in your favor”still no listing since.

Category Scam

Is Etheera a Scam?

Disclaimer: Etheera Cryptocurrency | Etheera ICO
Etheera is a cryptocurrency project that issued Etheera tokens to its community. Scams in the cryptocurrency space take form in many ways, including exit scams or undedicated project developments.

Is Etheera a Scam ICO?

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The above claims about Etheera (ICO), Etheera’s token, or Etheera’s team are externally sourced. They may claim that:
– Etheera did an ICO and then exit scammed
– Etheera has an undedicated project development after the Etheera ICO
– Etheera token got pumped and dumped by the Etheera team
– Etheera is a dead project with a worthless Etheera token

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