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Giza Device

🔍 Last analysed 10th May 2022 . Announced but never delivered

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The Analysis 

Giza was an ICO scam which reportedly made off with 2 million dollars, complete with a fake COO. These events took place in early 2018.

Along with many other tech news websites, CNBC made an article about the scam and the events leading up to it.

As Giza was revealed to be an exit scam, we can conclude that this “product” will never be released.


Verdict Explained

This product was announced but never released.

As part of our Methodology, we ask:

Can we expect the product to ever be released? If not, we tag it Vaporware!

Some products are promoted with great fund raising, marketing and ICOs, to disappear from one day to the other a week later or they are one-man side projects that get refined for months or even years to still never materialize in an actual product. Regardless, those are projects we consider “vaporware”.