CryptoBox posted on April 21, 2019 09:32:24
The site doesn't give too much detail on the technical aspects of the coin and looks a lot like every ICO from 2017. It looks like the team have good intentions but until the technical details are presented there is no way to know if they can deliver on their roadmap.
Crypto Anonymous posted on April 14, 2019 05:31:17
They do not seem to be misleading investors in any form and as long as you consider this a community coin to incentivize charity without profit expectations, I don't see much of a problem with it. I also don't see reasons to not trust this foundation to actually employ the intended funds indeed for charity.
jim530 posted on April 12, 2019 00:16:02
There is no promise of fast cash or unrealistic rewards from developers, I like that. The EverGreenCoin Foundation is a registered 501c3 public charity in the US that has to follow the government standard for operation to maintain its legal charity status. This is one of a few if not the only crypto that has legally enforceable accountability to maintain the blockchain and provide project updates to its community regularly and is not only accountable but is recognized as a public charity so holds itself to an even higher standard to maintain this status. They provide fee free crowdfunding for green projects as well as promote many green efforts like the recently launched Proof of Environment program that rewards and promotes environmental action. This is a philanthropy coin and does philanthropy if you measure gains in good done by the project and its community this coin would be a clear winner if you only care for personal profit this may not be the coin for you.
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