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Is KIN a Scam?
Disclaimer: KIN Cryptocurrency | KIN ICO
KIN is a cryptocurrency project that issued KIN tokens to its community. Scams in the cryptocurrency space take form in many ways, including exit scams or undedicated project developments.
Is KIN a Scam ICO?
Data on whether KIN conducted a scam ICO, a scam mining operation, or a scam masternode project is cited above from external sources and CoinCurb does not take responsibility for claims against KIN or in support of KIN. The data is only an aggregation of claims cited against KIN.
The above claims about KIN (ICO), KIN’s token, or KIN’s team are externally sourced. They may claim that:
– KIN did an ICO and then exit scammed
– KIN has an undedicated project development after the KIN ICO
– KIN token got pumped and dumped by the KIN team
– KIN is a dead project with a worthless KIN token
However, external claims about KIN project, KIN token, KIN team, or even KIN advisors may not be supported by accusers of KIN ecosystem and thus individuals seeking to learn more KIN team or about the KIN cryptocurrency are recommended to directly contact KIN team members or KIN token investors.
CoinCurb does not itself decide if a project is a scam and thus does not claim KIN is an exit scam or that KIN is any other type of scam, nor does CoinCurb insinuate that KIN (or KIN token) team are scammers or that KIN (or KIN token) advisors are scammers. CoinCurb allows viewers to reference sources related to KIN development, KIN token trading, and/or KIN team as an uncertain reference when deciding if KIN is a scam or KIN is not a scam.