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On its website, Artistic Universal makes no mention of the company’s owners or executives.

The domain name “” for Artistic Universal’s website was privately registered on October 3rd, 2021.

It is a “New Zealand-based sophisticated software,” according to Artistic Universal.

Although we’re unsure of what “advanced software” is, Artistic Universal’s claims that it has connections to New Zealand are unsupported by any proof.

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.

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There are no retailable goods or services offered by Artistic Universal.

Only the Artistic Universal affiliate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.

Compensation Plan for Artistic Universal Affiliates of Artistic Universal invest tether (USDT), expecting a 500% return on their investment (Pool Bonus below).

Dreamer costs $20 Iron costs $50 Bronze costs $120 Silver costs $240 Gold costs $460 Diamond costs $1100 Platinum costs $2500.

Master: $7500 Challenger: $4800 Grand Master: $10,000

Artistic Coin (ARTC), a BEP-20 coin produced by Artistic Universal, is used to pay returns.

Artistic Universal’s MLM division compensates for the acquisition of affiliate investors.

I think all commissions and incentives paid by Artistic Universal are paid in ARTC, despite this not being expressly stated.

Advisory Commissions

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.

Payable team levels at uni levels are capped by Artistic Universal at ten.

The following are the 10 levels at which referral commissions are paid out as a proportion of invested tether:

15% level 1 (affiliates personally recruited) 2 – 7% level values of 3 to 5% levels 4 and 5 – 4% 6 to 10 – 3%

Bonus Pool Creative To determine the Pool Bonus, Universal uses the first half of the USDT deposited.

The Pool Bonus is a passive investing strategy with a 500% ROI.

When you invest at the $20 Dreamer tier, you will receive $100; when you invest at the $50 Iron tier, you will receive $250; when you invest at the $120 Bronze tier, you will receive $600; when you invest at the $240 Silver tier, you will receive $1200; when you invest at the $460 Gold tier, you will receive $2300; when you invest at the $1100 Diamond tier, you will receive $5500; when you invest at the $2500 Platinum tier, you will receive

By use of “artificial intelligence,” this sum is dispersed among the affiliates of the Platinum, Challenger (sic), Master, and Grand Master investment tiers.

This appears to be accomplished with an equal stake in four 25% smaller pools, according to the above diagram.

Staking Artistic Universal looks to provide another passive investing possibility called staking.

$100 to $500 in investments will yield 5% after a year; $600 to $2000 will yield 7%.

Spend $2500 to $7000 and get 9% after a year; spend $9000 or more and earn 11% after a year.

However, Artistic Universal doesn’t indicate what currency the investment and profits are paid in, even though the values above are stated in USD.

Tether in and ARTC out, if I were to hazard a guess.

Taking up artistic Affiliate membership in Universal Artistic is dependent on a $20–$10,000 financial commitment (USDT).

Reinvestment is necessary to continue earning after reaching a passive return of 500%.

Universal Artist Conclusion

Artistic Universal, as far as I can determine, is an ARTC bagholder dump scheme.

Around September 2021, ARTC began operations.



The owner of Artistic Universal probably invested a lot of money in the worthless shitcoin, which hasn’t progressed at all.

So, the administration decides to start Artistic Universal to dump its ARTC bags on rapacious investors.

A 500% ROI, paid in worthless ARTC, is used to entice the aforementioned investors to Artistic Universal.

Meanwhile, the administration of Artistic Universal collects funds, which they then go and cash out.

According to Artistic Universal’s terrible spelling and punctuation, whoever is in charge of it is most likely from a nation that does not understand English.

India is a strong contender since the corporation targets a large portion of its marketing to Hindi-speaking consumers.

In any case, the only source of income entering Artistic Universal is a fresh investment, including the ARTC investment program and pyramid recruiting.

This has to do with finding affiliates. Artistic Universal will disintegrate when it ultimately runs out of water.

The arithmetic behind MLM Ponzi schemes ensures that the majority of participants lose money when they fail.

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