Coin NameStakenet
Coin CodeXSN
Summery Description

Bitconnect 2.0. Same devs who exit-scammed on POSWallet. In cahoots with Cryptopia administrators to make sure XSN holders can’t withdraw their coins when the exchange mysteriously got “hacked” while the liquidators suddenly got 4.5 million of XSN on their wallet when the supply was originally just less than a million. Old POSW developers hired new developers to keep their community calm and made sure that the deranged XSN holders hold on to their false promises.


Is Stakenet a Scam?

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Stakenet is a cryptocurrency project that issued Stakenet tokens to its community. Scams in the cryptocurrency space take form in many ways, including exit scams or undedicated project developments.

Is Stakenet a Scam ICO?

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– Stakenet did an ICO and then exit scammed
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– Stakenet token got pumped and dumped by the Stakenet team
– Stakenet is a dead project with a worthless Stakenet token

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