The other day Blockport drew my attention, so I wanted to write an article about their ICO. The standard procedure when writing such an article is to also try to contact the team via the e-mail address specified in the whitepaper. This way I can check the reply time, the level of transparency and interest of the team.
It turned out that the email@example.com e-mail address does not exist, as stated in the error message I received moments after sending the e-mail.
As much as I love the idea of a social crypto exchange, I think I would prefer it to be fulfilled by a team that can manage to create a working e-mail address. Don't you agree?