Lemmon positioned itself as the first financial network to bring together a stable Lending system, an operational trading strategy and a physical device. The Lending platform was supposed to be based on an exclusive “DNA Trading strategy” and offer realistic and stable interest rates.
Is Lemmon a Scam?
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Lemmon is a cryptocurrency project that issued Lemmon tokens to its community. Scams in the cryptocurrency space take form in many ways, including exit scams or undedicated project developments.
Is Lemmon a Scam ICO?
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The above claims about Lemmon (ICO), Lemmon’s token, or Lemmon’s team are externally sourced. They may claim that:
– Lemmon did an ICO and then exit scammed
– Lemmon has an undedicated project development after the Lemmon ICO
– Lemmon token got pumped and dumped by the Lemmon team
– Lemmon is a dead project with a worthless Lemmon token
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