Super CodingFly Releases SCF Token App as All Signs Point to Crypto Bot Ponzi Scheme
It’s frustrating to see situations out there where a platform markets a product or service – like here with Super Coding Fly SCF Token App – but does not provide users with enough information to support its legitimacy.
The only website domain that the platform has its scfly.io, registered recently – on February 21, 2019. The website domain does not seem to be for users, but is merely for the platform’s bot app. Other than this bit of information, the platform has YouTube video and a link by which users can download the bot application.
The video, rather than actually get a person to present the application, it uses a bot. This seems like quite a lazy way to garner interest in one’s product. If the platform is not willing to put in the time and effort to reach out to people the right way, then it may not be worthwhile for users to even use the product. Moreover, there are no comments on the video and it only has 140 views. If this is the only way for people to learn about the platform, then it shows that it is a poor method.
Overall, those who are looking for a legitimate, quality, and proper token application may want to opt for one that provides even the minimum basic information needed to make an educated decision as to the quality of the platform. There are many other platforms out there that take the time to ensure that their users have what they need and at the end of the day, this one’s efforts just don’t seem sufficient. Thus, it is only fair to question whether it is a legitimate business.