Risk Statement

The type of investment mentioned in this material may not be suitable for all investors. We recommend that investors know the characteristics and risks of each investment before investing. We also recommend filling out your investor profile before making investments, as well as contacting Vinco for guidance based on your personal characteristics and objectives.

Investments in the crypto market are subject to a risk of loss greater than the total amount of invested capital. This material is for informational purposes only and is not a recommendation for making an investment. In case of doubt, contact Vinco's service channels.

Before investing in an ICO, it is also important to be aware of the following risks:

  1. Volatility: Cryptocurrency prices are highly volatile and can fluctuate quickly, which can result in significant losses.

  2. Fraud risk: some ICOs can be fraudulent and investors can lose their money if they invest in a fraudulent ICO.

  3. Risk of losing access: If you lose the private key that gives you access to your cryptocurrency, you could lose access to it permanently.

  4. Regulatory risk: Government regulators may prohibit or restrict the use of cryptocurrencies, which may affect the value of your cryptocurrency.

  5. Technology change risk: Cryptocurrencies are based on encryption technology, which may be replaced by more advanced technologies in the future. This can affect the value of your cryptocurrency.

  6. Risk of loss: if the company or platform that issued the cryptocurrency goes bankrupt, you could lose your investment.

  7. Liquidation risk: if the value of your cryptocurrency decreases significantly, you may be forced to liquidate your position at a very low price.

It is important to remember that these are just some of the risks involved in buying an ICO. It is critical to carry out your own due diligence and understand the risks involved before investing in any ICO. Make sure you understand the ICO terms and conditions and consult a qualified financial advisor before making any investment decisions.

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