HYIPs use an array of websites and social media—including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook—to lure investors, fabricating a "buzz" and creating the illusion of social consensus, which is a common persuasion tactic fraudsters use to suggest that "everyone is investing in HYIPs, so they must be legitimate." Some of these sites purport to monitor and rank the "best" programs. Others tout "winning" HYIP investment strategies or provide a forum for trading tips on how to profit from HYIPs, even those suspected to be scams. Still others—such as the "Pathway to Prosperity" scheme in which investors on six continents allegedly lost $70 million—expressly caution investors against HYIP scams, using a form of reverse psychology to create the false impression that this HYIP is somehow different.
The second sort of cloud mining companies are firms that only consist of a website and a computer generated investment system in the background. Those investment websites only use the term “crypto mining company” or similar to look serious. Sometimes they also use other terms such as “crypto trading company” or anything else which sounds like a real investment business in the field of cryptocurrency.
Now you understand the reason why some Bitcoin HYIP monitor websites observe those HYIP sites showing the runtimes in a daily actualized list. So people can estimate more easily if it might make sense to still invest or not as they can see how old the project already is. Because it happens that participants just get too late into the program’s life cycle and then of course don’t get their principal plus profit back.
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