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Generation Zoe does not mention who owns or operates the firm on its website.

The firm describes itself as a “Spanish-speaking platform.” According to the website’s footer, the initiative was “developed by Fidubit in Colombia.”

Fidubit is a Dun & Bradstreet company headquartered in MEDELLIN, Antioquia, Colombia. Fidubit employs a total of three people.

Jhooana Tatiana Carvajal Muneton and Adrian Herrera Villota lead Fidubit and, by extension, Generation Zoe.

The only information I could locate on these people was an abandoned Facebook account belonging to Villota.

Villota appears to have dabbled with freelance marketing before joining Fidubit.

On the regulatory front, Generation Zoe has piqued the interest of several South American agencies.

According to Press Coaching, there have been securities fraud raids in Paraguay. Generation Zoe is classified as a “pyramid scheme” by the National Securities Commission.

Argentina’s authorities have also issued a warning on Generation Zoe securities fraud.

Generation Zoe’s regulatory issues lead me to a 24 Hours World story in which Leonardo Cositorto is listed as Generation Zoe’s creator.

Cositorto appears to have presented himself as a professional coach before Generation Zoe.

I was unable to determine whether Cositorto had a background in MLM.

In response to South American officials tightening down on Generation Zoe, Cositoro declared that the trust is “completely lawful” because it is “a private investment.”

This is, of course, nonsense. Anyone may become a Generation Zoe affiliate; it is the polar opposite of private.

Cositoro also uses the tired justification of “we’re not a pyramid scheme because we haven’t crashed yet.”

According to what I’ve heard, regulatory inquiries into Generation Zoe are still underway.

As always, if an MLM firm is not honest about who runs or controls it, consider twice before joining and turning over any money.

Products by Generation Zoe

There are no retailable items or services offered by Generation Zoe.

Affiliates can only promote Generation Zoe affiliate membership.

Compensation Plan for Generation Zoe

On their website, Generation Zoe does not provide any remuneration information.

The following analysis was compiled from a Generation Zoe presentation in Spanish.

While Ethereum prices are given, Generation Zoe has switched to tron and Zoe Cash (discussed in the review conclusion below).

Three three-tier 23 matrix cyclers powers generation Zoe.

Affiliates invest in 0.1 ETH cycler bets with a 3.94 ETH ROI in mind.

A 23 cycler sets an affiliate at the top of a matrix, with two spots right behind it.

These two places form the initial level of the matrix. The second level is created by dividing the initial two slots into two more positions each (four positions in total).

The third level of the matrix is constructed in the same way and has eight positions.

Direct and indirect 0.1 ETH investments are used to fill positions in each matrix. These can come from Generation Zoe affiliates who have been recruited directly or indirectly.

The following are the specific payments made over Generation Zoe’s first cycler:

  • Tier 1 – invest 0.1 ETH in a position and receive 0.12 ETH when all fourteen positions are filled; 
  • Tier 2 – receive 0.46 ETH when all fourteen positions are filled; 
  • Tier 3 – receive 0.36 ETH and create a new Tier 3 position.

I don’t know the specific tier payments for Generation Zoe’s second and third cyclers; I just know the overall ROI paid:

The second cycler of Generation Zoe involves a 1 ETH investment and pays off 39.4 ETH in three stages;

The third cycler of Generation Zoe takes a 10 ETH investment and pays off 394 ETH in three stages.

It’s worth noting that Generation Zoe levies a 30% fee on all withdrawal requests.

Joining Generation Zoe

Participating in Zoe Cash Generation Membership in Zoe looks to be free.

Full participation in the associated revenue opportunity necessitates the purchase of a minimum of 0.1 ETH cycler position.

There are no equivalent quantities in Tron or Zoe Cash.


Generation Zoe is a straightforward smart-contract Ponzi scam targeting South Americans.

Generation Zoe, which began as an Ethereum Ponzi scam in 2020, eventually crashed and was restarted on the Tron blockchain.

That looks to have similarly failed, leaving us with the third remake starring Zoe Cash.

We can confirm this using the blockchain; Generation Zoe’s initial Ethereum smart contract presently has a balance of 0 ETH.

Generation Zoe’s tron smart-contract balance is 4,649.159569 TRX, which is now worth roughly $257.

Zoe Cash will be available in April 2021.

Zoe Cash is a BEP20 BSC token that can be set up in around five minutes for little to no expense.

The sole difference between Generation Zoe’s ETH, TRX, and Zoe Cash reboots is that Leonardo Cositorto controls Zoe Cash entirely.

Because Zoe Cash was created out of thin air, the return obligation is practically 0% until withdrawals are executed.

Examining Generation Zoe’s BSC smart contract indicates that tracking ceased on December 18th, 2021.

Zoe Cash is freely tradable. On December 18th, it fell to 12 cents before progressively climbing over the next few weeks.

Aside from the fact that this smells like manipulation, it’s not worth investing time trying to figure out what blockchain bro nonsense is going on.

Generation Zoe is a straightforward smart-contract cycler Ponzi scheme. If you haven’t extracted your cryptocurrency from the contract yet, it’s gone.

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