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Cryptocurrency Scam Site Vanishes: 'Penis' Only Thing Left Standing

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Jan/29/2018

Prodeum is the latest cryptocurrency scam vehicle that has disappeared off the Net along with an untold number of investors monies.

BetOnline now accepting most forms of cryptocurrencies

The Ethereum-based website was called Prodeum.  A profile of the startup appeared on a Fort Myers NBC affiliate news segment last last year. Like the Prodeum site, the NBC affiliate's story promoting the company has also vanished (though the comments remain).

Compared to the recent $400 million worth of NEM that was removed from Japanese exchange Coincheck, or the collapse of the massive suspected Ponzi scheme Bitconnect (sorry, BIIIIIT-COOO-NEEEEEEEECT), Prodeum’s apparent ill-gotten gains barely register, Gizmodo.com reports.

The only thing remaining on the Prodeum website was the word "penis" in small letters.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

 

 

 

 

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