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Bitcoin Money Machine Review – Scam or Legit?

Bitcoin Money Machine Review – Scam or Legit?


VISIT THE SITE: bitcoinmoneymachine.co


Is the Bitcoin Money Machine binary options auto-trading software a scam, or is it legit? Now here’s something I’ve never actually seen before; a trader that claims to pair regular world currencies with Bitcoin. For the non-techies amongst you, Bitcoin is a digital currency, one of the first and most well-known of its kind. Unlike traditional currencies, Bitcoin is not tied directly to any one bank or country, and so can be used and traded universally. The problem is that due to financial instability in the economy in general, as well as a lack of faith in what is a fairly new, untested concept, Bitcoin hasn’t exactly had a smooth start, with its value repeatedly fluctuating wildly within just days. Bitcoin Money Machine aims to take advantage of both Bitcoin’s universality and instability to make its users some more traditional cash.


It’s a neat concept, but unfortunately, the suspicions with Bitcoin Money Machine start right out of the gate. You may notice that I didn’t mention a founder or presenter’s name in my opening spiel as I usually do – and that’s because one is never actually given. It seems like an odd omission, especially considering that they could have just invented one as most auto-traders seem to. It never really makes it any more convincing, once you dig deeper, but you’re at least more likely to listen at all. And, failing that, it just gives me someone to name and shame.


The website doesn’t exactly inspire confidence either. It’s more barren than usual, with just a video, a box for your email, and a list of false social media endorsements that makes up for more of the page’s content than the video does. We’re also told that the page is “hard to find” and apparently invite-only, even though I reached it via Google like any other site. Upon trying to leave, you’re redirected to another sign-up box.


The video sheds no more light on things – in fact, it confuses matters. It’s about eight minutes long, features only play/pause functionality, and is literally just a series of black subtitles on white backgrounds. It tells us nothing about who is behind Bitcoin Money Machine, there are no reviews or sob stories (although, to be honest, these are sort of a “damned if you do, damned if you don’t” thing anyway), and, best yet, no reliable earnings figures. We’re given $1,000, $1,500, $5,000, $25,000 a day, and entirely separate fortnightly numbers that agree with none of the above.


It’s a real mess. Bitcoin Money Machine could honestly have been cobbled together in an afternoon, with a tea break thrown in halfway. It’s almost a shame, because this is the first time a trader has brought anything interesting to the table in a long time; it’s the robot that’s supposed to pour you a drink at a school science fair filled with baking soda volcanoes, but ends up throwing wine in your face and catching fire. Points awarded for creativity, and immediately deducted for execution. Oh, and, there’s the fact that it’s a scam, too, I guess I forgot that part. Big marks knocked off for that.

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