The German Savedroid cryptocurrency project, which raised about $ 50 million at the ICO and bid farewell to investors this Wednesday, announced that its scam report is a joke that was organized, apparently, to promote a new product.
SAVEDROID WAS HERE, IS HERE AND WILL BE HERE!
After crazy 24h you for sure have many questions. We do owe you an explanation! Therefore our CEO @YassinHankir has recorded a personal message to resolve the situation. More info: https://t.co/LA5BVeZffy #savedroidICO #savedroid #ICO pic.twitter.com/ITNx7uTHG3
— savedroid AG (@savedroidAG) April 19, 2018
In the video,Hankir said that the ICO sphere is full of scammers, and scam is everywhere. Yesterday Savedroid showed investors how easy even a well-regulated start-up can hide with their money. According to CEO Savedroid, the current situation threatens the future success of cryptocurrency start-ups and requires active action.
Savedroid is ready to share their knowledge with regulators and authorities to make a difference, says Khankir. In addition, Savedroid launches 2 of its own services. The first of these will be an easy-to-use and free list of items for the ICO, which will allow "in just a few minutes to evaluate any ICO and take a weighted investment decision." The second product is a paid service for the organizers of ICO, which will allow them to develop a campaign that meets the requirements of the list from the first paragraph.
User's reaction to the "joke"
The community did not approve such a way to promote new services and attacked Hankir and his team on Twitter and Telegram.