Today we take a look at Bitcoin Air for you. What is Bitcoin Air? A scam or a legit opportunity for you? Am so tired of seeing scams like this one pop up all the time and being promoted as something legit. Let´s explain what this crap is once and for all. Ok, here we go!
Product: Bitcoin Air
Owner: “The Brittish Government” (According to their live chat)
Price: Minimum Deposit is 0.05 BTC
Who is it for: People who aren´t educated in the subject of what a hyip/ponzi is.
Overall rating: (0.1 / 5)
Before we continue with this review I just want to mention that the Cryptocurrency space is absolutely flooded with scams, many times in the form of Hyips and Ponzi Schemes. Not only that, around 95-99% of all coins out there are also complete scams. You need to know this and be careful about what “opportunities” you should listen to and wich one you should stay away from.
Ok, with that being said, let´s continue with the review!
What is Bitcoin Air? – An overview
Bitcoin Air claims to be a fully registered company based in the UK. They also claim to offer its clients different investment plans tailored to meet the needs of both small and big investors. The people behind the company (are unknown) claims to be experts in the area of day trading.
The physical address of the company is: 88371190).61 Richmond Avenue; London. The funny thing is that when you make a Google search on the address the only thing that shows up is another company named “Coin Pool” with a website that is identical to the Bitcoin Air website, only the logo and domain name is different…
You can check out the other site by clicking here (opens in new window)
How does it work?
The process of getting started is super simple, you simply invest an amount (minimum is 0,05 BTC) and after 24 hours your investment has doubled and paid out to your preferred wallet address.
So this is an “investment company” that promises you to double your ROI in 24 hours… Really? Do you think that is possible? Well, it is, of course, possible, but any serious investor also knows that such promises are ALWAYS bullshit. There is simply no way that you can double your investment in 24 hours whenever you want… If it isn´t a Ponzi/Hyip scheme, of course.
There is no product here, only a service. It is a very simple one, deposit money and you will get 2x your investment in 24 hours…
What is Coin Pool?
So, what is Coin Pool? There is no real explanation for this and guess what, I’m really not surprised here as there usually isn´t any explanation to scams like this. However, the name really says it all this time as “Coin Pool” is probably exactly what this is all about.
You see, this is exactly how all Hyips and Ponzis work, all the money coming into the big sharing POOL is shared, that means that the whole “machine” will work for as long as there is more money coming into the big sharing pool that is going out from it.
Once there is more money going out than coming in, the pool will dry out… And nobody will get paid…
This is the time when the mysterious owner of programs like this usually make a run with the money that is still inside the program and disappears, so does the program and even the website will most likely not even be reachable ANYWHERE for you to find…
This is nothing new and has been going on online for a long time, even before anyone has ever heard of Bitcoin, heck even before the Bitcoin was invented this kind of programs existed.
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How about the support?
Something I always put a lot of weight on when it comes to the support system of a company is if they got a live chat function or not, does Bitcoin Air have this? Yes, they do, however, that does not mean it is not a scam, just look at what the live chat told me when I asked about who the owner of the company is:
I never got a reply to my “really?” lol! Wonder why? Their whole website and everything on it is a joke, even the support is joking with you if you use it.
Other than the live chat function you can also send your questions to the company by using their e-mail form that you fill in and send your question with… Be ready for some jokes with that one as well 🙂
Is Bitcoin Air a Scam?
Yes, it is a scam. It smells a scam a mile away… it walks talks and acts like a scam… Trust me, this is NOT a real opportunity.
I actually even received evidence from a person on my e-mail list that has been ripped off by Bitcoin Air, below is an exact excerpt from his conversation with them:
Look at this run around. At the end there are no returns you would get.
———- Forwarded message ———
From: Bitcoin Air <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Aug 30, 2018, 10:13
Subject: Re: Silence
To: Lunga Dlamini <email@example.com>Don’t send to that address send to the one I gave you here sir.
On Aug 30, 2018 12:49 AM, Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:What is this address for as attachedOn Thu, Aug 30, 2018, 08:32 Bitcoin Air <email@example.com> wrote:3NfR9HDyMFdVp9HvCS3Sc9XCmxNM2TcsN4
On Aug 30, 2018 12:11 AM, Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:What’s the address for the 200$ paymentOn Mon, Aug 27, 2018, 16:44 Bitcoin Air <email@example.com> wrote:
We have lots of clients we’ve been sending their returns to. If you want you wallet address to be on the next clients to be paid,you’ll need make a payment of $200 to the below wallet address.3NXpmgJ9wQtgKhhUSxzeuAht4nnnGhabzU
On Aug 24, 2018 3:56 AM, Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Ok, thank you.My Bitcoin wallet address is37ZHTpLgYfGLZgypUzZv4EBWst2mhbtaSWOn Fri, Aug 24, 2018, 02:02 bitcoin air <email@example.com> wrote:
Your payout finally come to us sir we will get back to you soon.sorry for the delay.
On Sun, 8/19/18, Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Subject: Re: Silence
To: “bitcoin air” <email@example.com>
Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018, 8:26 AM
My payout has not been received to this day.
On 06/08/2018, Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> What do I owe to deserve such total
silence from you admin. I still await a
green light for my due payout.
> My Bitcoin wallet address is:
> Kind regards
That’s what they say to get more money from you. They go silent for a while they get back to claim more fees.
On Thu, Aug 30, 2018, 08:36 <email@example.com> wrote:
am so sorry for the late reply sirAm busy attending to other investorsYour payout is ready now sir ,kindly pay your withdrawal fee of 0.03btc to the company wallet address below3MYComjxWZ3uX4XNqHhv1ocK9i79cQf5hW
———- Forwarded message ———
From: Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, Sep 7, 2018, 19:01
Subject: Re: Re: Re: Re: Half payment
To: <email@example.com>Still waiting for payoutOn Fri, Sep 7, 2018, 11:15 Lunga Dlamini <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:MorningMay I HUMBLY enquire the status of my payout.My Bitcoin wallet address is37ZHTpLgYfGLZgypUzZv4EBWst2mhbtaSWKind regardsOn Thu, Sep 6, 2018, 17:43 Lunga Dlamini <email@example.com> wrote:My Bitcoin wallet address is37ZHTpLgYfGLZgypUzZv4EBWst2mhbtaSW
The pros and cons
It is always a good idea to compare a company’s positive sides against its negative before you make a decision. As always we provide you with some obvious points on both sides of the spectrum to make this job easier for you:
- Honestly absolutely NOTHING
- It can stop working at any time (you will lose your money)
- It walks talks and acts like a Hyip/Ponzi
- The support is a joke (claims the website is owned by the UK government)
- No info about who the owner or owners are
- No explanation on how exactly they are able to double your investment in 24 hours over and over again
Final words and verdict
Overall rating: (0.1 / 5)
Ok, I really hope that clears things up for you about this “opportunity” as you can be pretty much 100% sure that this is a hyip/ponzi scheme and the website will (most likely) not even be reachable in a couple of months from now.
It is of course up to you if you want to take the risk anyway and do this gamble, however, please don´t come back here and tell me I didn´t warn you.
Ok, so how can I make a legit investment?
There is, of course, ways to invest without having to participate in some kind of Hyip/Ponzi scheme, first of all, you can simply do the “hoodl” meaning you buy some Bitcoin and/or other altcoins. You can also do mining, or why not try my favorite method, day trading with bots (does not require any experience). That method made me 30% ROI in 1 week and that is something I personally am more than happy with. Make sure to avoid the many scams in that space also as the scams are everywhere as mentioned above. However, if you want to use the exact same method that I know work, and use myself then click on the link below and follow the instructions:
I hope you found this short review on Bitcoin Air to be helpful and now you should have a better understanding of what it is and if it is something for you or not. If you have used it yourself, please share your experience with us in the comment section below as it can help others. Also, if you got any other question about this review I will be more than happy to answer them below.
I wish you success
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