Its like the "419" from Nigeria, Do not trust anything coming from Africa!Interestingly, according to http://safcoinblockexplorer.com as of today virtually the entire supply of SAFCoin is stored in only 9 wallets, all of which are almost certainly controlled by FHM (the company that runs SAFCoin). These are:
Wallet Balance Comment
SjcThru2o2qX8X1BDXK6nicpVaHuQHkQCz (2 140) Account coins were premined to
SUcwhzxcr19fcbt6A67aYBigozVFyqfTBj (500 000) Presumably the "purchased" coins
SMuXU82zqy2GEeiLyNxLhyxTHZxXh9MZbE (4 500 000) The FHM "reserve"
SYZZnirRqM3prcfDsbd26f6Gs5yrNhiGV6 (80 080) Mining block rewards
SUfVoVQeMKyuBpcGqmAmZnDEBEBLuySQkF (83 610) Mining block rewards
SgWPUKSJeDNvZSh8w2LPjbNnMWEzxsCgWz (39 100) Mining block rewards
STJb25MLjAWg5sU2z1KNSFo3P54iSeWDWx (17 950) Mining block rewards
SUn8nYGRE5Zdkz4mNBeyTqkg31PWEauCDy (99 880) Mining block rewards
SdRmEKxaM2cPvXFMxPAVGXVQcp3VXzpTom (32 270) Mining block rewards
Total 5 352 891
Coin supply 5 362 860
Coins unaccounted for 9 969
The first three wallets are definitely controlled by FHM, as this is where the premined coins were initially received and then transferred to. It is highly likely that the six mining accounts are also controlled by FHM, given the number of coins they have mined. It's interesting that the 500,000 SAFCoins that were available on the ICO are all still sitting in an FHM account, rather than having been distributed to individual customer accounts.