FindYou Coin: The Anti-Scam Scam Coin

FindYou Coin: The Anti-Scam Scam Coin

The road to hell is paved with good intentions, goes the proverb, and perhaps FindYou Coin began with genuine good intentions. But given the amount of disappointed people and the absolute silence of the developer - who created a BitCoinTalk account expressly for the purpose of announcing FindYou Coin - it is unlikely. We are all fed up with scamers [sic]. We want to see their faces, and some of them behind bars. Let's put a bounty dedicated to those who are willing to conduct an investigation. I decided to create this coin with a sole purpose to raise such a bounty as a reward for the....


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