By evidence, do you mean finding someone who was actually scammed? This site touts itself as an exchange.
The reddit poster evaded my questions. I asked why does it not have an interactive trading interface like the ones you see on Binance, Bittrex, GDAX, etc.
He said that they don’t operate that way.
The way they do exchanges is, the user puts in their wallet addresses (and refund addresses) and then sends the funds. Afterwards, the tokens they are buying will get deposited into their wallet. They also have an “option” of having the site create the wallet for them and then deposit the purchased tokens into that.
When I pressed him some more, he said his exchange allows for anonymous trading (as if the legitimate exchanges don’t?). He kept emphasizing that his exchange’s biggest plus is no registration required so no need to upload IDs.
This site was just spun up recently. Their twitter account has 15 followers. Various data fields have typos in them (misspelled multiple times in different ways). Where do you normally see these kinds of errors? Oh that’s right! It’s when someone is frantically trying to create a website as fast as possible and get it up and running.
There are no regulatory or certification documents linked. There’s nothing about their support staff. Their contact is a gmail account.
Does this sound like a legit exchange to you?