Staying Crypto Savvy: Multi-Level Marketing (MLM) Companies – What you need to know
What is an MLM (Multi-Level Marketing)? Multi-level marketing companies (also called “MLM’s”) rely on a layered recruitment and commission structure to market the organisation. While there are some legal MLMs out there, most of them in the crypto space are operating illegally as “Pyramid Schemes” (you may be familiar with the most famous of these; the Ponzi scheme). As the.
Lion’s Share Review: Is It Legit or A Scam?
We’ve seen a huge increase in customers recently “investing” in to Lion’s Share (visit their website here). We always want to make sure our customers are staying safe and we want all the Kiwis out there to be making awesome gains in their crypto gardens, so we did some digging… What we found is not good 🙁 Short story is.
Fighting Scams and Fraud One Tip at A Time!
It’s been a rather despondent week for many kiwis as Auckland moves into Level 3 restrictions, while the rest of the country enters Level 2 restrictions. However, let’s not lose hope, as Dr. Ashley Bloomfield said: “The virus is the problem. People are the solution.” New Zealand has rid this virus before, and I’m hopeful we’ll do it again. We.
How to Safely Backup your Cryptocurrency
If your computer broke down, your phone got dropped in the loo or your house burnt to the ground, would you still be able to access your cryptocurrency? If you are not confident that you can access your digital assets remotely, it is likely you do not have your cryptocurrency backed up properly. Having your crypto safely stored is one.
How to keep your cryptocurrencies safe with KeePass
The safest way to store your crypto for the long term is in a “cold storage” wallet. This is a completely offline storage method that is unable to be hacked. This is different from a “hot” wallet, which is a software application that runs on your phone or computer and lets you send or transfer currencies around. You can read.
How to tell if a Bitcoin website is a Scam
Like many other new and emerging industries, Bitcoin has been adopted by people keen on setting up scams and schemes to steal your money. To stay safe in this rapidly growing market, your best bet is to familiarise yourself with the most commonly observed Bitcoin scams to help protect yourself and your digital assets. Take our quiz here to learn.