wave platform has activated neutrino token (USD-N), and bond neutrino token (USD-NB). With these, they want to turn waves into a stable coin. ATTENTION all the volume they have now in the exchanges is totally false. Through a script that uses waves, USD-N and USD-NB increase the price and volume of trades artificially. There is no real money, be careful!
Is Waves a Scam?
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Is Waves a Scam ICO?
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