Spotter is an anonymous Pi Network clone monetizing users' time
Please first read our disclaimer on investing related topics.
Stay away from this app unless you want to see numerous ads and have your data collected by anonymous parties.
Spotter claims to have the aim of decentralizing crypto ownership by users mining cryptocurrency on their mobile phones. We do not believe that this is a good investment of your time since:
- Please see the first 2 points from our article on Time Stope, another similar project. In short, this project is an anonymous project in a crowded space that provides no current value to users.
- The team chose to remain anonymous.
- App developers are aggressively monetizing the app to the point that users are already complaining from too much advertising.
- The whitepaper is written by someone with a poor command of the English language. It is vague and non-technical.
- Their privacy approach needs significant improvement. We are concerned with users providing their data to this app.
- There is no proof that this project has anything to do with any cryptocurrency. Other than the words on the whitepaper, there is no proof that there is even intention to build a cryptocurrency solution.
Their whitepaper and the whitepaper of another company in the same space share the same first paragraph. We didn’t look into who plagiarized who. If you are curious, feel free to compare the times when these projects were launched.
So what should you do?
We explained this in detail on another article. You could invest in crypto or make a few dollars per month from the Brave project by watching ads for money. We recommend you to stop chasing promises of free money, especially those from anonymous teams.
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