Paypyrus is another ICO that seeks to steal investor's money if they don't comply with privacy invading KYC/AML demands
Absolutely shameful. They openly state they will just steal your money. It's bad enough that companies don't take a stand against this, but using it as a tool for profit is lower than low. Is as bad as the business banker scum on Wall Street we're all trying to get away from. So incredibly shameful.
Just what everybody needs after things like the Equifax hack, every two bit ICO startup having a copy of your ID and personal info. This is a real step backwards not a step forward.
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