PIPS (People in Profit System or Pure Investors) was started by Bryan Marsden in early 2004 and spanned more than 20 countries.[15][16] PIPS was investigated by Bank Negara Malaysia in 2005 which resulted in Marsden and his wife being charged in a Malaysian court with 97 counts of money laundering more than 77 million RM, equivalent to $20 million.[17]
Yesterday, when we talked about Bitcoin falling below 4,000 sooner or later, unfortunately it broke early in the morning. This afternoon, it hit the bottom and rebounded around 3,400 U.S. dollars in the miners’core area. Last time, we talked about the area where miners’ chips were concentrated between 2,700 and 3,600 U.S. dollars. Ok and fire coins were exploded, and were pulled back to 4,000 U.S. dollars in an instant. Nearby, there was a good play of double-blast with many empties. Are there really big users copying bottoms? Or is the exchange brushing data? Temptation to kill more? If you copy the bottom, I suggest stopping part of the earnings. Personally, I think that if the entrance is really large or institutional, but also in batches, it will not be so obvious. It seems to tell the whole world that I copy the bottom, do you follow? The rebound is not the bottom, it is the bottom does not rebound, the bulls do not die, falling more than. (US dollars, usdt distorted)

To many crypto savants, the modern political scene, which promotes centralization and censorship in some cases, is far from a topic of importance. But, as Tuesday’s U.S. midterm poll results have started to roll in, the ears of cryptocurrency enthusiasts have metaphorically perked up, as it was unexpectedly divulged that pro-Bitcoin/crypto politicians have been sworn into … Continue reading U.S. Midterms: Bitcoin-Friendly Politicians Elected in Colorado, California


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.

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Founded in 2o11, Bitfury has mostly remained the seller of crypto mining equipment regardless of its venture into the blockchain technology businesses. The London and Amsterdam-based firm earned a promising $450 million annual revenue as of March, during the crypto boom period which saw thesales of ASIC and GPU mining gears rocketing up. After an extensive bubble correction in the crypto market this year, the revenues declined hugely.
Operators generally set up a website offering an "investment program" which promises very high returns, such as 1% per day (3678% APY when returns are compounded every day), disclosing little or no detail about the underlying management, location, or other aspects of how money is to be invested. The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has said that "these fraudulent schemes involve the purported issuance, trading, or use of so-called 'prime' bank, 'prime' European bank or 'prime' world bank financial instruments, or other 'high yield investment programs.' (HYIP's) The fraud artists … seek to mislead investors by suggesting that well regarded and financially sound institutions participate in these bogus programs."[1] In 2010, the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) warned that "[t]he con artists behind HYIPs are experts at using social media — including YouTube, Twitter and Facebook — to lure investors and create the illusion of social consensus that these investments are legitimate."[2]
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