This sounds too good to be true. The creators of this are themselves hidden away and Theron is fronting for it. Normally, the kicker lies in the commissions of these systems.
As a computer programmer, I'm wondering what the trick is. There could easily be lots of things hidden away inside the system that you would never know about. So the question is: HOW DOES THE ACTUAL SYSTEM WORK AND WHY WOULD ANYONE DO IT? Why are they bringing people in?
In order to get started you need $250 plus there's a commission. I suspect that they may be paying out some people, but surely other people lose money? And why is there a minimum amount and a commission?
My gut feeling is that this is some kind of computerised pyramid system. There's got to be a Jewish catch in here. Jan]
Charlize Theron has used her massive rise to international fame as a platform to give back to her fellow South Africans. Her $25million (R340million) investment into a wealth system called Bitcoin Revolution is making average South Africans very rich, very fast!
She announced and explained her investment during a special segment of The Daily Show last week. American audiences were disappointed to hear that the wealth system would only be made available to South Africans but respected the fact that he was giving back to the people who made her who she is today.
The system, called Bitcoin Revolution, is an automated trading platform that takes the risk and complexity out of trading the currency. The user simply makes an initial deposit into the platform, usually around $250 (R3000) and the platform takes it from there. It uses cutting edge algorithmic trading automations to detect whether the value of Bitcoin will rise or fall and executes the trade.
Charlize’s primary goal here is to help catapult cash-strapped South African’s into a comfortable financial situation and as such she only takes a small percentage of users profits. If the user makes a loss, she gets absolutely nothing out of her investment. Initial results have been promising with most users coming out with profits ranging from R25,000.00 to R175,000.00 within 7 days of signing up.
“If your system automatically makes profitable trades with Bitcoin, why not just keep it for yourself and get rich?” asked CNN reporter Catherine Armstrong after the show aired.
Good question, replied Charlize. Simply put, I am not using this as an opportunity to make more money for myself. My primary aim here is to spread wealth. While I don’t expect to lose money, I also don’t expect to make a killing. I DO plan to make a killing for South African’s who have highly limited opportunities to become wealthy.
Charlize went as far as to demonstrate the system in action during the show. It took her less than three minutes to log in, set the auto-trader live and process a profitable trade.
During her demonstration, she actually went as far as to deposit the initial starting amount of $250 (R3,200). After the deposit was made, the platform went to work by automatically placing limit orders on her investment. Within 3 minutes, she had successfully increased her initial funds to $312.14. That’s a profit of $62.14 or R850.00 in three minutes.
“To say I’m excited about Bitcoin Revolution would be an understatement. I have not found a simpler or more profitable way to make money online. I have zero investment experience so the fact that I was able to execute a profitable trade live and on the air means that anyone can do it.” Charlize said. .
Out of the dozen or so South African’s who have been allowed to participate in the program so far, all have been blown away by how easy it was to make money. The platform handles all of the trades automatically and because the price of Bitcoin is quite volatile, there are numerous opportunities to profit.
“Bitcoin is making waves right now and if someone like me, a comedian without a college education, can make money from it, then anyone can. I’m excited to get my fellow South Africans on board. I’m going to do everything in my power to make this accessible to as many people as possible.” Charlize continued.
After finishing this last sentence, Charlize glanced down at her laptop, laughed out loud and said: “I’ve gone up to $398.42 after just 8 minutes”.
At this point, the audience members were shouting out at Charlize, trying to find out how they could get started. They were soon to be left very disappointed. Charlize took a serious tone and explained the wealth situation in South Africa. She explained that a corrupt government coupled with high taxes and fuel prices put a lot of pressure on the average person.
The answer is “no”. I won’t be opening this up to you all. I love you – I really do – but my peeps down in Africa need me on this.
The audience was clearly disappointed but seemed to understand when Charlize put things simply.
They need it more than you do right now. Trust me. My plan is to go global with Bitcoin Revolution and at that point you guys will be the first to know.