Mina Protocol (MINA) is the lightest blockchain in the world, representing a logical continuation of Zcash ideas and providing a secure solution that meets Proof-of-Stake standards. However, is the project as innovative and promising as they say it is? Therefore, we investigated whether the Mina Protocol was a scam and reviewed the project.
BitGert (BRISE) is a blockchain project that has been gaining popularity recently. It is a cryptocurrency exchange with a native BRISE token and a large community of holders. Project has received mixed reactions from the crypto community, with many expressing concerns about its security and products due to the ambiguity of its self-reported 98% security rating and the lack of independent audits. So we investigated whether BitGert is a scam and reviewed the project.
Can a robot make you laugh? Would you trust it to create and manage meme trends? AiDoge is a hodgepodge of current market trends: memes, cryptocurrency and artificial intelligence. The project, which entices with the possibility of generating unique memes with the help of AI, has rapidly burst into the market, but has already caused controversy and heated debates among participants. In this article, we debunk the new project.
Probably many crypto enthusiasts have wondered, "If only there was a way to easily mine cryptocurrency with no need to buy expensive rigs". Well, there is a way to do it. In this article we will explore such a phenomenon as cloud mining, whether it is actually an ideal alternative to mining, whether it is a scam, and also take a look at a few sites and companies that provide cloud mining services.
DeFi Coin (DEFC) is a digital token associated with DeFi Swap, a decentralized exchange that operates on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC). The DEFC token is designed to support instant conversions, yield farming, staking, and other interest-based services. It operates on a community-driven fair launch DeFi protocol with a built-in taxation system that rewards long-term holders and penalizes short-term traders.
ApeMax is a new player in the meme coin sector that has rapidly gained popularity and raised over $1.3 million dollars in a fairly short period of time. It is talked about a lot, loved or hated. While some are praising its unique boost-to-earn staking concept and others are not shy to call it another shitcoin, Cryptonica chose to look into whether ApeMax is a scam.
Shiba Memu is a hodgepodge of ingredients including blockchain, artificial intelligence, marketing, and the popularity of meme coins. The project has quickly surpassed competitors in the meme coin sector, gaining the love of crypto investors. Was this love conjured up by an ingenious marketing strategy and artificial intelligence, or did the market really welcome a revolutionary project worthy of our attention?
Imagine you are participating in the Lucky Block project: passive income, daily competitions, rewards in the form of tokens, NFTs, and competitions with other users... It sounds cool, but there is a caveat: many consider this project to be a scam. Cryptonica decided to figure out what stands behind the attractive conditions of Lucky Block, who founded the project, and whether it is a scam or a truly honest project.
Have you ever sold your own eyes for a few dollars? Recently, Argentina saw huge queues of people lining up to sell their biometrics to the Worldcoin project, which is backed by Sam Altman, the éminence grise of artificial intelligence. Cryptonica dives deep into this project, explains why and how it buys people's eyes, and whether you should consider buying the Worldcoin cryptocurrency or is it just another scam covered by a famous person?