Blockchain Terminal has been rife with suspicion since its conception and the origins of its ICO in March 2018. The project was designed to construct and provide industrial-standard crypto trading terminals to general users for a low price, but this fact has never been made a reality.

The company was plunged into doubt and allegation at the end of 2018 as it was discovered that the man behind BCT – known as Shaun MacDonald – was actually convicted fraudster Boaz Manor, accused of siphoning $106m USD from a hedge fund in 2012 and imprisoned. He was at the helm of BCT under a fake identity, leading from the shadows as the company’s then-president, Bob Bonomo, assumed the top position in the public eye.

Today, nothing has been realised. The product seems almost non-existent, the token that was sold in ICO in unreleased and the entire company has stagnated.