RxSmartCoffee (RXSC)


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RxSmartCoffee (RXSC) - Reviews & Ratings

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avatar CryptoPetey 3 rated: March 13, 2019 17:06:42

I have been involved personally with the Rx Smart Coffee company for some time, and I have witnessed first hand the evolution of this company. If you don't have a trust for multi-level marketing plans and network marketing, then feel free to put your trust in vertically integrated corporations - ie. go be an employee somewhere, however for me, I have been able to build a sales team and have been able to earn commissions without having a boss telling me to do so and the product has not stopped me. In my opinion, it depends on the individual, and most individuals are not cut out for sales-oriented endeavors, they require a set-income whether that be weekly, bi-weekly, monthly etc. If you are a proficient salesperson, or a proficient recruiter who can recruit and train willing individuals, or find individuals who have a predisposition to sell, then you'll have a positive outlook on models of this nature, and be able to earn commissions as large as you are willing to work for, just like a real job except with no cap; and trust me the product will not hold you back. In my experience, most people who I approach have never even heard of coffee with added nutrients in it, let alone consumed such a thing. For one to say that ginseng, rosemary, and other substances that are in this coffee have no effect on the body, would be an indication that one has no knowledge of the substance. After you do a little bit of research into what is in the coffee, I think a reasonable mind will find that there are some potent ingredients that help the body, and to put it in a substance that many people are nothing more than habitually addicted to (coffee) is truly "smart" to me. I'll add the company makes no claims, despite what the other individual said on this thread.

As far as the cryptocurrency - I'll say for one, Rx Smart Coffee is a REAL company, they (and I) sell a real product that I can bear witness to, that really does help people, and THAT is irrefutable based off of the people's testimonials who actually consume it. The fact that the cryptocurrency is backed by a company with real associates that you can talk to should allow a skeptic to trust - this coffee and this company are not going to disappear. I do agree that there could have been a better token creation, instead of utilizing Waves platform. To my understanding, the coin was to serve as more than just a utility, and at some point there is going to be a token that will reflect the value of the company in the way that a stock does, and that's something I look forward to hodling, but the ICO made no mention of that. For now, much of this company and coin is in its infancy, and time will reveal.

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avatar Crypto Anonymous 186 rated: March 12, 2019 02:03:58

Huge red flag: this project smells like a pyramid scheme. It has already some of the tell tale signs on the website, where special cure all health benefits are assigned to the coffee products they sell in combination with video testimonials of people who suffered from all kinds of health issues that disappeared thanks to this coffee. This is template MLM offering. And a quick google search brings you to this page where the MLM is clear, because you can earn commissions on distributors that you sponsor. http://www.familybiz.rxsmartcoffee.com/opportunity.aspx

Now this in and out itself has nothing to do with crypto or blockchain, but they have added it to their existing program apparently somehow. ICO gave you the RXSC token issued on waves platform (one of the easiest and cheapest platforms to issue tokens on) and the token according to the whitepaper has no single other purpose than a payments token that bitcoin, waves, ethereum could do just as well. The whitepaper also mentions another Dibcoin for which even less explanation is provided. Seems nothing more than a marketing gimmick and moneygrab by this company. 

As with every MLM associated projects: this is no-go area and this non blockchain/crypto project that quite certainly doesn't even have any significant industry know how, would be safer to be avoided. You will not get rich quick, rather broke even faster!

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avatar Jason T. 109 rated: March 12, 2019 01:25:46

Hmm, I don't think the founders of this are intentionally trying to scam people (they might be though, who knows), but this project has all sorts of problems in my book. They are an ICO and only raised $50k. Their tokens is based on WAVES and is supposed to represent the company's assets (any legal backing or proof of this?). Straight from their site - which btw looks like it hasn't been updated since the ICO in late 2017: "RXSC token as fuel for our online peer-2-peer networking marketing platform for global distribution of our national known blends:  Gentlemen’s Blend, Thin Blend, Beautiful Mind, Heart Smart and Fresh Breeze." Super strange that a coffee company is using blockchain for any reason. It's not even for supply chain tracking purposes... lol. 

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