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Martingale There is no website from which a bot runs. Instead, it’s a Telegram bot.

In the final section of our review, we’ll get into this topic more. However, regarding diligence:

Martingale Bot withholds information about the opportunity’s owner.

Martingale Bot functions as an MLM opportunity and includes an MLM compensation structure.

Always consider joining and/or giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not transparent about who owns or runs it.

Products by Martingale Bot

No retailable goods or services are offered by Martingale Bot.

Only the Martingale Bot affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

A trading bot of unknown provenance is being offered by Martingale for $150,000. However, this has nothing to do with the MLM opportunity offered by Martingale Bot.

Martingale’s Payout Scheme

Affiliates of Martingale Bot put between $100 and $200,000 into bitcoin. This is done in exchange for a daily return of 1% with a 2000% limit.

Reinvestment is necessary to keep earning once 200 percent is attained.

Martingale Bot uses a uni-level compensation scheme to pay referral commissions on invested monies.

An affiliate is put at the head of a unilevel team in a unilevel pay system, and each affiliate they recruited is positioned immediately under them (level 1):

New affiliates brought on by any level 1 affiliates are added to the original affiliate’s unilevel team at level 2.

If any level 2 affiliates bring on new affiliates, they are promoted to level 3, and so on down a theoretically endless number of levels.

Martingale Bot limits the number of payable team levels to 10.

Over these 10 tiers, referral commissions are given as a proportion of the bitcoin invested as follows:

level 1 (affiliates individually recruited) – 8%

5 percent at level 2.

2 percent at level 3.

levels 4 through 6: 1%

levels 7 through 10: 0.5 %

Recruitment affects how many tiers a Martingale Bot affiliate receives referral commissions on:

Recruit one affiliate to reach level 1 and receive

Earn on levels 1 and 2 by bringing in two affiliates.

Earn on levels 1 through 3 and beyond by recruiting three affiliates.

Affiliates who have been recruited must have an active investment to qualify for referral commissions.

Getting on the Martingale Bot

The Martingale Bot affiliate program is free to join.

The connected income opportunity requires a minimum bitcoin investment of $100 to be fully participated in.

Reinvestment is necessary to keep making money once a 200 percent ROI has been achieved.

Martingale Bot Summary

MLM Telegram bot 2016 saw the debut of ponzi scams. They kind of fell off after a few exit scams and Telegram taking down a few in advance.

Someone is now attempting to bring them back.

A betting bot is the Ponzi scheme of Martingale Bot.

We have developed and tested a script that runs on a bot that logs into any online casino and places wagers by the set of guidelines we have established in the bot.

We made a lot of money utilizing a tested method that we tested over thousands of hours both individually and with an automated bot.

Of course, all of it is nonsense. Martingale Bot is an easy Ponzi scheme that will continue to operate as long as there is invested bitcoin available for theft. When it runs out, it will collapse, resulting in losses for most investors.

Martingale Bot charges $150,000 for direct access to its bot to lure unsuspecting investors into investing.

Giving $150,000 to strangers online is not done by the type of individuals that join up for sketchy Telegram bot Ponzi schemes to lose money.

And Martingale Bot is placing a wager on just that (no pun intended).

Ponzi schemes are attractive to the lazy. They wouldn’t waste time putting up a bot and linking it to casinos even if they had $150,000 to lose (who are now fine with losing money:rolleyes:).

They want to go on to Telegram, enter a few instructions, and believe that doing so will earn them 1% daily.

Here is some further reading on the transient Telegram MLM Ponzi bot craze of 2016–2018:

With Me, Lara (2016, shut down by Telegram within a few months)

Enterprise Bot Incubator (2016)

Robinhood Worldwide (2017)

V-Tec (2017)

Cash, Alpha (2017)

iCenter (2018, collapsed in a few months)

Group of Berlin (2018, collapsed in a few months and was rebooted over and over again)

Bot Minerva Trading (2019)

Bitcoin Trading (2020)

Fantastic Club (2021)

Since Telegram has been ignoring fraud for years, it is doubtful that they would take action against Martingale Bot.

Inevitably, Martingale Bot will fail, and a few more reboots are likely (with different ruses). That will continue till the proprietor of this fresh Ponzi bot runs out of victims for reset.

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