Always assume no. Generally, no blockchain token – Stellar or otherwise – should be considered an investment until you’ve done all your due diligence and verified that the team/community behind the token is real and worthy of your money. Unless your due diligence determines otherwise, most blockchain tokens issued by unregistered businesses and individuals should be considered “meme” tokens for purposes of fun and entertainment only.
Remember, if a token with metadata hosted by Stellarmint is claiming to be backed by a traditional asset or other blockchain token, then it should be considered fake and in violation of Stellarmint’s Terms of Service. Also, if no accurate “organizational information” was provided by the token issuer, then the token is either a meme token (a meme token has no purpose other than entertainment) or the token issuer is planning to fool or “rug” people that buy the token.
Stellarmint cannot stress this enough – please be careful before interacting with any blockchain token and do your due diligence. Open, inclusive, and decentralized networks are wonderful in many ways, but are also an area where bad actors and scammers try to take advantage of people.