Bezoge Earth Review: Legit or Scam?

This review was inspired by Nick Albu,  He “requested” I do a review of two Tokens. Ether Terrestrial ($ET) and Bezoge Earth. Thanks for the heads up,  Nick. I have chosen to do Bezoge Earth’s review first because Ether Terrestrial’s website is apparently down in my part of the world. Just so you know, Bezoge Earth was released in May 2021. So it is not exactly a new coin.

If you know about the Bezoge Earth already and you are looking to invest in it, like Nick, Or maybe you are curious to know what Bezoge Earth is about. This review was made with you in mind. I have done the checks and interpretation in simple, clear language. All you need to do is to pay attention.

However, you need to know that

“I’m not a banker or financial expert. I will not be held responsible for your financial decisions. This review is just for educational purposes, consider it a form of entertainment. I’m not here to promote or disparage any coin or token. I consider my analysis to be objective. You are encouraged to do your research whether you agree with me or not.”

With that out of the way, let’s get started

When I am looking at relatively unfamiliar tokens, to confirm their actual nature (Legit or Scam), the below are the things I look out for.

Website

White paper

Market Capitalization

Liquidity Pool

Developers behind the project

What people are saying about the Bezoge Earth

(If you are a frequent visitor of this website, you should know this by now. For context 80% of my readership are new readers, that’s why I have to repeat myself most times)

Website

Bezoge Earth’s website is beautiful. One of the best in the meme coin space. You can tell it was put together by well-paid professionals, who know their job. Bezoge Earth’s website has an SSL certificate, which in my opinion is the beginning of a serious project. There’s something about the site’s navigation. It is not the standard block style, where you only scroll up and down. Most people have to learn how to navigate it

The description begins with the about section. Here’s how it was presented. 

More than a meme. Bezoge Earth ($BEZOGE) is the first community-run, decentralized meme coin with its own Meme Metaverse play to earn MMORPG. The Legends of Bezogia, the land where everything always goes up, is a massive open-world sandbox-style game where players can summon their own Bezogi characters from a large selection of different breeds by minting in-game NFTs. Each unique to their own playstyles and lore, Bezogi fight, craft and explore the epic lands of Bezogia.”

The scary term in the quote is ‘MMORPG’ and perhaps ‘minting in-game Nfts’. I’ll go on to simplify these two terms.

  • MMORPG simply means Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game. MMORPG is any story-based online video game in which a player, takes on the persona of a character in a fantasy world and interacts with a large number of other players.
  • Minting in-game Nft is the process of turning in-game digital files into a digital asset on the Ethereum blockchain

The most beautiful part of Bezoge Earth’s website is the ‘Our Story’ section. A parody that involves Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk.  Read it and laugh.

At this point, I think it is important to introduce the game. Legend of Bezogia is a play-to-earn game on the Bezoge Earth’s ecosystem. The game demands dog-like creatures called Bezogis, kill enemy creatures, find blocks to mint mythical weapons and summon more Bezogi.


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Tokenomics

Bezoge Earth’s total supply is 100 quadrillion. The token applies a 2% tax system. Making it a reflection and deflationary token. 1% is slated for rewarding holders of the token, while another 1% is burnt upon every transaction in the Bezoge Earth ecosystem. It’s strange to see that Bezoge Earth doesn’t have a marketing wallet.

According to the website, 20000+ people are holding Bezoge.

WhitePaper

Bezoge Earth’s white paper is a web-based wiki page, powered by Git. The ‘whitepaper’ explained in-game matters of Legend of Bezogia. I believe my readers are investors, who just want to make money investing in legitimate tokens with insane potentials, not 10-year-olds looking for the next best game. So, I’m not talking about the in-game matters of the project.

Market Cap and Liquidity Pool

On the Bezoge Earth website, the market cap is pegged at $1, 133, 100, 000. However, on coinmarketcap and dextool.io, the unverified market cap is stated to be 458, 005, 361, 21. While the fully diluted market cap is 1,038,910,019 as at the time of writing this review. It could be said that the market cap on their website is the fully diluted market cap.

Liquidity pool

Bezoge Earth claims its liquidity pool is burnt. That claim is true. The liquidity pool is currently valued at $30 million. This shows developers behind this project are sincere and honest with the project. That $30 million+ (will keep increasing ) is permanently inaccessible to the dev team. This is a big green flag.

Developers behind Bezoge Earth

The developers of Bezoge Earth are not doxxed. This to me is the only downside of the Bezoge Project. If you are a frequent reader, you’d know  I love a doxed team. Bezoge Earth not being doxxed is a major letdown.

What Investors are saying about Bezoge Earth

On youtube, investors are happy they invested in Bezoge Earth. The mood of investors is hopeful and encouraging. They believe next year will see   Bezoge Earth even greater things. 

On Twitter, the Bezoge Earth is attracting even more investors. Investors can’t wait for it to be listed. The community is healthy and growing.

Conclusion

Bezoge Earth is a quiet giant. It is very legit in my opinion. There isn’t much noise about Bezoge Earth,  like most tokens with its potential. I believe Bezoge Earth will come into mainstream consciousness next year. The downside is the fact that the team is not doxxed. However, ownership of the Bezoge Earth has been renounced.

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3 Comments

  1. Hey Henry, thanks for the review. It’s good to know the team behind this project is sincere. I’ve seen some video of the beta testing and the game looks really well done. To be honest, I’ve already invested in this project and I’m in for the long haul. I just wanted a second set of eyes on it (in case I missed something) and I value your opinion. Thanks again

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