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On its website, BNBSeed makes no mention of who owns or operates the firm.

On May 18th, 2022, BNBSeed’s website domain (“”) was privately registered.

Poland (38 percent), Vietnam (18 percent), and Norway are the major sources of traffic to BNBSeed’s website, according to SimilarWeb (17 percent ).

As always, if an MLM firm isn’t transparent about who runs or controls it, consider twice before joining and/or turning over any money.

Products from BNBSeed

BNBSeed does not sell any items or services to the general public.

Affiliates can only promote their BNBSeed affiliate membership.

Compensation Plan for BNBSeed

BSC is invested by BNBSeed affiliates on the prospect of advertised returns:

Plan 1: Invest 0.01 BNB or more and earn 1.8 percent each day for the rest of your life.

Plan 2: Invest at least 0.01 BNB and get 2.8 percent every day for 150 days.

Plan 3: Put down 0.01 BNB or more and get 3.8 percent every day for 80 days.

The MLM aspect of BNBSeed compensates for affiliate investor recruiting.

Commissions for Referrals

A uni-level compensation system is used by BNBSeed to pay referral commissions.

An affiliate is put at the head of a uni-level team, with every individually recruited affiliate placed right behind them (level 1):

Level 1 affiliates who recruit new affiliates are assigned to the original affiliate’s unilevel team’s level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates recruit new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on, up to a theoretical limit of an unlimited number of levels.

Down 10 tiers of recruiting, BNBSeed provides referral rewards on invested BSC:

8 percent levels at level 1 (personally recruited affiliates). 2 percent levels 2 and 3 percent levels 2 percent levels 2 percent levels 2 percent levels Levels of 4% and 5% – 1% Levels of 6 to 8 – 0.5 percent 0.25 percent for 9 and 10

Residual Commissions are commissions that are paid regularly.

Residual commissions are paid by BNBSeed in the same way as Unilever team referral commissions are paid (see above).

Residual commissions are capped at one hundred dollars at BNBSeed.

As a proportion of daily returns provided to affiliates throughout these one hundred unilevel team levels, residual commissions are distributed as follows:

level 1 – 10% level 2 – 9% level 3 – 8% level 4 – 7% level 5 – 6% level 6 – 5% level 7 – 4% level 8 – 3% level 1 – 10% level 2 – 9% level 3 – 8% level 4 – 7% level 5 – 6% level 6 – 5% level 7 – 4% level 8 – 3% 9–2 percent level 10–1 percent level 11–14 percent level 0.75 percent level Levels of 15 to 20 percent minus 0.5 percent 0.2 percent from 21 to 100

It is completely free to become a BNBSeed affiliate.

A minimum investment of 0.01 BSC is required to fully participate in the associated income opportunity.

Conclusion of BNBSeed

BNBSeed is a basic multilevel marketing (MLM) crypto Ponzi scheme.

You sign up, make a BSC investment, and your BSC is stolen by previous investors. You then aim to take the BSC that has been invested in you.

The MLM portion of BNBSeed works like a pyramid scam, with recruiting necessary to keep the Ponzi scheme from collapsing.

A reference to “BNBSafe” may be found in the source code of BNBSeed’s website:

When we go to the domain of BNBSafe, we uncover a Ponzi clone with a June 21st debut date:

The website templates and backend Ponzi scripts used by BNBSafe and BNBSeed are identical.

Someone appears to have purchased an MLM crypto Ponzi script and plans to milk it until unsuspecting investors run out of money.

BNBSafe’s website domain was registered on January 12th, 2022, which is even more incriminating. The Ponzi scam began three months ago and has already crashed.

This BUSD relaunch is a relaunch of a defunct Ponzi scheme to relaunch a relaunched Ponzi scam, which was just launched in late May.

BNBSeed is also establishing Ponzi schemes within Ponzi schemes as if that wasn’t bad enough.

Welcome to the MLM crypto niche, which is a swamp.

The fact that BNBSafe will reopen in the coming days shows that BNBSeed is already on the edge of collapsing.

In any case, the only individuals who profit from MLM Ponzi schemes are the con artists who operate them and the shills who support them.

The majority of Ponzi scheme participants will lose money, according to math.

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