SummaryTo conclude, we believe that EOZ has some red flags. The project has left out important information about their teammates, have a confusing structure, and only aims to give users “3% return on investment”. We believe they need to spread more information and inform users better, the ICO could work out but it’s a risky one.PositivesROI: If done correctly, the EOZ ICO is expected to give users a 3% back on their investment.Luxury Incentives: EOZ gives you incentives when using their network, such as buying jewelry, clothes and rare goods.Artificial Neural Network: EOZ’s statistical model helps with processing and modeling non-linear relationships between its inputs and outputs. With EOZ they tend to lower barriers to entry, increase the market liquidity, and give more access to global investments.NegativesVague Team: There’s no information about the team throughout their whitepaper. This increases the chance of this ICO becoming a scam.Unexplained Purpose: So far, EOZ seems like a pyramid scheme that only wants their users to place money inside their ICO and not genuinely help them with a solution.
EOZ seems like an obvious scam. The company has no available products or services. They “guarantee” profits to every investor. They advertise guaranteed returns of 3% per day and higher. They refuse to disclose any team information or proof. Ultimately, if you had a list of red flags for “online cryptocurrency scam”, EOZ would check almost every box. Unless you feel like donating your money to yet another lending scheme, EOZ is one ICO you should probably avoid.