Bitcoin. Litecoin. Ethereum. Crypto. Besides the Trump Presidency, this is the story of 2017. And the world of network marketing has a new star in USI-Tech. A crypto and bitcoin MLM that is the fastest growing network marketing firm in the world!
And the craze isn’t slowing down anytime soon; more specifically the meteoric rise of bitcoin hasn’t slowed down. If you’ve been paying attention bitcoin has risen over 500% in the last 90 days just before it pulled back a bit in time for the holidays. Some have held on, others dumped their coins, but the sheer velocity of the crypto markets has grabbed the attention of the world.
This is a big deal, and it’s important for people to understand what they are buying into. Company’s such as USI-Tech are taking the network marketing model into the cryptocurrency market, yet rumors of Ponzi schemes have littered the headlines.
We took it upon ourselves to do a little research and see what this company has been up to.
For starters, big names like Josh Brown (@ReformedBroker ) have been spot on with their predictions. When the coin hit $2,000 many people jumped on board and when it soared over the $10,000 mark just last month everyone else realized it was real and much more scurried to ‘buy in’. The constant ups and downs of bitcoin over the past couple weeks has been a viral topic of discussion on the likes of CNBC and Fox Business, especially for those who poured large investments into companies like USI-Tech, where contracts forbid you to withdraw for a year.
USI-Tech has been a hot spot for new investors. Not only do you own bitcoin but they compound your investment advertising interest up to 1% each day. Usually, when things sound too good to be true, they usually are. So, is USI-Tech and ‘year of the bitcoin’ too good to be true?
We were able to talk with some of the early investors with USI-Tech to see how their experience has been so far and how they’ve been ‘scammed’. Some build the network marketing business, others want to grow their investments. Here’s what we learned.