It's surely sometimes just one person responsible for some scams but surely not for all. In the end it is also a lot of work to prepare this scams. One person cant do this just alone. And as the "market" is big, there are surely a lot who want a part of this "delicious" cake.AppleJ0000 wrote: ↑August 12th, 2018, 9:24 pmAgree on what you said. It may even just be one person in all these scam attacks. We dunno anymore. That's why it's important for every user to know how to protect themselves with the security tools and be able to counter these scam attacks themselves.sigma wrote: ↑August 12th, 2018, 1:09 amI just cant believe the numbers you guys wrote down (I believe, I am just so surprised ). 80% of the launched ICO's is scam? wow, that was way more than I was expecting! Obviously I am aware, that there are so many but couldnt believe that it is 4 out of 5. And the amount of money the scamers. More than a have of a billion $! In the end there is a huuge scaming industry behind...cryptocurrency mafia in smaller and larger groups (maybe sometimes also just one person).