Don’t put “skin in this game” EpigenCare ICO is an AVOID

Don’t put “skin in this game” EpigenCare ICO is an AVOID

Anonymous
March 27th, 2018


EpigenCare , blockchain powered skincare??? I don’t even know where to start with this one. Some so called experts and hype artists will tell you put $200.00 in every ICO and some will fail but the ones that don’t could make you a millionaire, well they are right in the sense that if you buy every one you can say you had the winners but why not eliminate the worst ICOs and invest more in the ones that seem to have the best chances of success? Remember I am giving you my opinion, if you want to invest in every ICO go right ahead, but at the same time don’t cry that ICOs are scams when you loose money.  Did you ever watch the show Shark Tank and see them invest in every idea? No, and the reason why is they weed out the bad from the good with key questions.

Clearly and succinctly explain what your business is. You need to articulate that there’s a problem your company is solving, and that there is an opportunity for an investor to make a ton of money after it shortly scales in size. Though a segment on the show lasts around 10 minutes, entrepreneurs typically spend about an hour with the investors. But they have under two minutes to hook the Sharks, investor Kevin O’Leary says. If you take that and apply it to an ICO you can see the IOCs website is the 1 hour with the Sharks. They  need to see how  the ICO solves a problem, and need to be clear on explain how their business model will solve that problem or make a better mouse trap.

Don’t get caught up in the hype, the fluff or think that you have to understand all the tech stuff, keep it simple look for the problem solvers and the better mouse trap builders. Now go to the website for EpigenCare and look it over with that in mind and I hope you will see what I’m talking about.  In the words of my friend Mr Wonderful, ” your dead to me” EpigenCare, sorry but in my opinion this is what gives the crypto world a bad name.