Mehracki is a fraudulent meme token created on the Solana blockchain. The anonymous Mehracki crypto team presented the project's goal as simplifying the task of finding each other for consumers and businesses and as making their interaction more efficient through decentralization. The project's token sale began on May 17, 2022, and lasted until August 22, 2022. There were 30 billion MKI crypto tokens allocated for the pre-sale.
Please be aware that all information, including our ratings and reviews, is presented purely for educational purposes. CoinLaunch doesn’t provide financial advice, nor does it intend for the information to be perceived as investment advice or recommendations. Our project evaluation methodology encompasses 80+ distinct variables/metrics, refined over time through the team's rich 7-year experience.
Mehracki is definitely a scam project that positions itself uniquely, as it focuses on the hospitality and tourism business, which are not the usual areas for crypto projects.
The first information about the project appeared in 2022 when they announced a pre-sale of the Mehracki coin that disappointed almost all investors. After collecting the biggest part of investments, the project team decided that they would apply a vesting period, which they did not warn investors about previously. So all the investors received their tokens after the listing, after the Mehracki coin’s price had already dropped to the bottom.
Equally important, there was no way to get feedback from the project team. The website and Telegram channel are dead, although many scammers posing as team members of Mehracki (MKI) appeared on Telegram later to profit from desperate investors. Mehracki Twitter was no longer active, and support email addresses did not exist.
In most cases, investors trusted articles from media outlets that allegedly vetted the MKI coin and stated that it could bring significant returns to them.
It is also worth noting that the project team decided to remain anonymous for obvious reasons. After a thorough investigation, we discovered that this project is run by the Indian scammers behind boostx.finance. This is not their first project that failed to launch after a presale. Eyewitnesses on Q&A platforms urge people to be careful and not to invest in their projects. Always do your own research and make a decision based on all available information.