VIRAL was a coin created by Adam Guerbuez, a self-proclaimed viral marketer who became notorious for being sued for $875 million by Facebook for running a spam campaign. To earn VIRAL coins, Twitter users had to permit third-party advertisers to post sponsored tweets. The coin shut down development in late 2016 after failing to establish a user base.
Is Viral a Scam?
Disclaimer: Viral Cryptocurrency | Viral ICO
Viral is a cryptocurrency project that issued Viral tokens to its community. Scams in the cryptocurrency space take form in many ways, including exit scams or undedicated project developments.
Is Viral a Scam ICO?
Data on whether Viral 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 Viral or in support of Viral. The data is only an aggregation of claims cited against Viral.
The above claims about Viral (ICO), Viral’s token, or Viral’s team are externally sourced. They may claim that:
– Viral did an ICO and then exit scammed
– Viral has an undedicated project development after the Viral ICO
– Viral token got pumped and dumped by the Viral team
– Viral is a dead project with a worthless Viral token
However, external claims about Viral project, Viral token, Viral team, or even Viral advisors may not be supported by accusers of Viral ecosystem and thus individuals seeking to learn more Viral team or about the Viral cryptocurrency are recommended to directly contact Viral team members or Viral token investors.
CoinCurb does not itself decide if a project is a scam and thus does not claim Viral is an exit scam or that Viral is any other type of scam, nor does CoinCurb insinuate that Viral (or Viral token) team are scammers or that Viral (or Viral token) advisors are scammers. CoinCurb allows viewers to reference sources related to Viral development, Viral token trading, and/or Viral team as an uncertain reference when deciding if Viral is a scam or Viral is not a scam.