1. No whitepaper
2. No team or contact details
3. No product
3. Fake Twitter followers
Any lottery business will be profitable as the odds never favor the player, and the player who contributes to this ICO will definitely lose. There is no chance of winning when you are betting on nothing. If there was a way to short an ICO, then this would be the money maker as this is the poorest representation of a business model. The effort is so poor, the creator didn't even want to attach their name to this project.
Investing in a child's lemonade stand will have better ROI than this Fiverr made ICO, on a basic Wix website, with a free domain. The creator Dion Frim delivers the most reprehensible piece of material we've seen in a long time.