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26/05/2020. GamingArb Review and Daily News from the HYIP Industry


Beware! GamingArb has stopped paying! Do not invest there!

Hello everyone! I hope you’re all keeping well. It’s been a quiet time in the HYIP industry lately, but I hope the situation will improve pretty soon, as my monitor‘s list of programs has been steadily growing with yet another one joining the Standard List yesterday which I’ll be introducing shortly in the news section.

For the first post of the new business week I’m really pleased to be taking a more detailed look at another new addition to the MNO monitor‘s Premium List, a brand new long term program which I think can really grow into something big during the summer months and into the autumn called GamingArb. In fact MNO is as far as I can see is still the only major monitor that GamingArb has come to at this point, so it may very well be possible that the admin is looking at the longer term picture and wants slower more manageable growth. It’s an interesting business model as well, by no means unique as such, I’ve seen similar programs in the past, but not widely used in the industry as I shall explain. It’s more like a sort of profit-sharing set up where you receive a fixed percentage share of what ever money GamingArb might earn on any given day. In percentage terms the amount of this income passed on to investors is fixed, what’s less predictable is the size of the actual pool they’re going to be paying you from. I’ll give you some examples below, don’t worry, I’ll make sure everything is crystal clear before you join. So let’s get right down to business and see what GamingArb bring to the table and whether you think you might want to make room for them in your portfolios.
I guess the investment plans are the best place to start. However just to clarify one important point in advance, I’m going to describe them using dollars as this is the simplest and most universal way of doing in. In practice GamingArb don’t actually handle dollars yet, not at the time of writing anyway, or at least not directly. You may only join using various cryptocurrency options which I’ll be getting to in a few moments, for now I think most readers would just find it easier and prefer it if I use dollars. Just decide how much you want to spend and do your own exchange rate calculations with what ever cryptocurrency you want to proceed with.

Getting to the numbers then, GamingArb have four plans to choose from, with investments starting from a $25 minimum. A shade higher than the industry average perhaps, but nothing outrageous and well within the means of most of the industry regulars. The business activities of GamingArb will earn them a variable daily return. This could be anything from 2% up to 3.5%. How they share this return with you depends on the plan you have joined. For entry level investors you have The Bronze Plan. This is for the $25 minimum just mentioned and can be up to a maximum limit of $500, so I guess that’s going to be for a pretty big chunk of those who do join. The term runs for 30 calendar days during which GamingArb pay investors a daily interest payment based on a 60:40 split of what ever profit is announced by them on the day. Your principal is then returned on expiry.

So how does that work out in monetary terms? To start with GamingArb will announce the day’s earnings. Like I said the admin aims for between 2% and 3.5%. Your share of that is 60%, with GamingArb themselves pocketing the rest. For example, let’s say you join with a $100 deposit. On the first day the program’s profit comes to 3%, which on your deposit means $3. Your share of that is 60%, meaning that’s $1.80 for you and $1.20 kept by the admin. So while the interest rate can float, the share remains fixed at 60:40 in your favour.

Over the course of the 30 day term with rates between 2% and 3.5%, the lowest payment you should expect to personally receive is 1.2% and the maximum payment is 2.1%. In other words a 60% share of 2% and 3.5% respectively. So to rephrase that in financial terms our $100 deposit earns us between $1.20 and $2.10 per calendar day depending on the fortunes of GamingArb. That’s a total net profit of anything between 36% and 63% which of course only becomes profit at all once GamingArb return your principal.

In percentages that’s a pretty wide gap between worst and best case possible scenarios. It’s still far too early in the game to say which number will be closer to reality for investors, GamingArb is simply too new a program and without a long enough track record to judge. Personally I’d hazard a guess that your eventual return will be somewhere in the middle, but that remains to be seen. One thing that will be a big help is that inside your members account area you will be able to see a historical record of previous payments. It’s by no means a guarantee that going forward GamingArb will be of more or less success, but at least you get to see past performances and draw your own conclusions.

For bigger spending investors the next level up in GamingArb is The Silver Plan. The mechanics are still the same except that now you need to spend at least a $500 minimum to join, and may invest as much as $2,500. If this is OK for you then the term stretches to 60 calendar days and your so called Revshare increases to 70%. In other words GamingArb will still announce a daily profit rate, the very same rate that applies to all investors big and small across the board, except now it’s a 70:30 split. An example here would be if we again suppose the GamingArb admin announces a 3% daily profit rate. 2.1% of that goes to you, the remaining 0.9% stays with him.

Just looking at some basic mathematics then, what you actually receive, as opposed to the rate that’s announced, can be from 1.4% to 2.45% per day for 60 days. That’s 70% of the potential profit of 2% to 3.5%, bringing a final yield of between 84% and 147%. Again quite a gulf there, I can only take an optimistic guess the eventual figure would be in the middle. GamingArb then return your initial principal on expiry.

As I think I’ve given quite a good description of how the GamingArb investment plans work above, and since the remaining options are outside the financial reach of most readers, I’ll just go through the details very briefly. The Gold Plan runs for 90 calendar days and can be joined for between $2,500 to $12,500. GamingArb still make daily profit announcements between 2% and 3.5%, the amount of that you get to keep for yourself is 80%. So your actual daily earning will be from 1.6% to 2.8%, principal back on expiry, net profit on top of that from 144% to 252%.

And lastly The Expert Plan runs for 120 calendar days and offers a Revshare of 90% taken from the usual 2% to 3.5% profits made on deposits in the range of $12,500 to $62,500. That gives you an actual split of 1.8% to 3.15% interest per day. Potentially that can be anything from 216% to 378% net profit with your principal then added to that on expiry.

If any of those are tempting enough to get you to part with your hard earned cash then the next item to be discussed are your payment options. GamingArb had initially been working exclusively with cryptocurrencies so you will need a wallet in either BitCoin, LiteCoin, or Ethereum, however the admin has since added PerfectMoney to that list. Interest is credited to your account starting exactly 24 hours after your initial deposit is made and withdrawals are processed manually within 24 hours of being requested. I must say though that my own were done very quickly. One other thing you should be aware of is that the minimum amount for withdrawals varies depending on the type of cryptocurrency used when joining – PerfectMoney is $0.1, Bitcoin is 0.0005 BTC, Litcoin is 0.05 LTC, and for Ethereum it’s 0.02 ETH.

Looking at some of the more technical side of things now such as design and security, for a hosting provider the admin has GamingArb on a dedicated server with the support and protection from malicious attacks by DDoSGuard. And for an added layer of protection the GamingArb website comes with an SSL certificate by Sectigo for improved security on financial transactions and safer browsing. As far as I can see the script GamingArb is running off is custom-made but easy to navigate without any problems encountered when accessing the members account area or making deposits and withdrawals.

If you have any further need to get in contact with the admin of GamingArb or any further questions or account related issues that need to be dealt with, then there are a couple of ways you can go about it. However as the FAQ section covers most of what you need to know you should definitely start with that. If that doesn’t work then next up is the Live Chat option which you can use to find an operator by clicking the widget on the bottom right hand corner of any page on the GamingArb website. This is not a 24/7 service, in fact I have yet to see it operating at the same time I’ve been browsing the website, so otherwise just fill in the customer support form on the website’s support page and submit it online, or else just write to the admin directly at the e-mail address listed alongside the form. Fans of social media will be able to connect with GamingArb via their Telegram group where you can raise any further support issues, plus there’s a postal address to go with the program’s UK incorporation certificate (albeit most likely a serviced “virtual” workspace and not where anyone connected with GamingArb is physically located). The GamingArb domain is registered for three years in advance which is a nice touch.

The premise of the program is that GamingArb are allegedly, as the name implies, involved with arbitrage sports betting. If you don’t know what this means I’ll just give you the basic gist of it here, you can research the subject yourself if interested. The procedure is that at certain brief points the odds offered by different bookmakers on sporting events can overlap. Naturally this is a lot easier when there are only two teams or competitors involved like tennis, boxing, football, etc, and especially where the two are more evenly matched. If you’re fast enough to identify this, you can make simultaneous bets on any possible outcome and still make money. If there are three possible outcomes – win, lose or draw (and remember that draws don’t happen in things like snooker, darts, tennis, and would be extremely rare in things like rugby) – one of your bets absolutely has to win. The trick is in making sure that the winning option makes more money than the losing bet has cost you. Personally I don’t believe it’s as easy to do on a consistent basis as I’ve just made an admittedly simplified description of it sound, but it’s probably possible to an extent if not the same level that GamingArb would like us to believe. Actually they don’t really go into that much detail about the business side of things anyway, however some people, and mostly here I’m referring to experienced HYIP players who are naturally sceptical of such things, might welcome that. Plus the fact that everything is explained regarding the operation of the program without any unnecessary complications is probably of more interest. There’s nothing going on there you can independently verify for yourself, so better treat them the same as any other online HYIP. Set yourself a sensible spending limit that you can comfortably afford to lose and will commit to stay under at all times, and if you do sign up for GamingArb then try and keep them as a smaller part of a wider more diverse investment portfolio.

Overall my own first impressions were positive enough and I tend to think that with good management and gradual growth GamingArb might become a successful venture within the next few weeks. But what do the rest of you guys think? If you’ve already come to a decision as to whether GamingArb is going to be a suitable addition to your portfolios or not, or indeed if you’ve already joined and invested, perhaps you won’t mind answering the following opinion poll. As always it will only take a second to reply, is completely anonymous and untraceable, and will hopefully show us what the average investor expects from a program before joining. The question then is:

Will you make an active deposit in GamingArb?

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I would like to start the news section by introducing a newly added program to the MNO Standard List called Winza. First of all I would like to make one thing clear – the program is only new to MNO while it has been online and paying for ten weeks already, and as far as I can see from online forums the first investors are already in profit from this one. The admin of Winza though would like to expand their horizons and make people take it not only as an online HYIP, but as a gaming based website also including casino-style games one can participate in and a second investment option that’s been largely ignored so far. So, what is Winza all about at a glance?

According to Winza‘s own definition the website is “a big network featuring a casino, investment opportunities, currency exchange, crypto mixer, faucet and advertisements”. As I have an obligation to tell you about all the different features of Winza I’ll do so in a more detailed upcoming review of the program in a few days. For now, I believe potential investors would like to know more about its investment offer first. So Winza does offer a profit-sharing model of a 50:50 split if you intend to make a deposit into its Bankroll investment program. The minimum investment there is $10 via PerfectMoney or Payeer, 0.001 BTC, 0.2 LTC or 5000 DOGE. You will then start getting your account credited with profits on a daily basis for as long as it takes to reach a 50% profit on your investment. According to the website, it might be up to 5% daily, but usually it will be much smaller as it all depends on Winza‘s profits for a particular day. My first daily interest rate was at 1% today, and I will have a better idea of an average ROI by the time the full review of Winza gets published on the MNO blog. To confirm your withdrawal you will be sent a link to your e-mail address, and will also need your own four digit PIN code which you set up on creation of your Winza account. There is a totally different option of investing and it is called HODL where the main idea is to allow compounding and variable daily profits of up to 1% for an indefinite term and you may play various casino games with that balance too. By the way, Winza is an actual casino with quite a few available games you can play in – Winza Lottery, Dice Game, Euro Roulette, Wheel of Fortune and Last Man Standing. You may check them out by clicking the Casino link inside of your account, but before that you can even claim Free Faucet funds which is the free money amount you can play with in the Casino section and try to win even more without spending a cent of your own funds. The amount of free money you will get to play with is assigned randomly, but the admin told me it could be up to $100, so try your luck by claiming your Free Faucet funds even if you’re not interested in investing in Winza as such. As Winza has its own exchanger you may use it for a fee when deciding which currencies you want to make a withdrawal to. All withdrawal requests are processed manually within 48 hours, and my first request was done pretty quickly which allowed me to move Winza to Paying status on the MNO monitor already.

Obviously, there are many more features on the Winza website which will be the focus of my attention in the upcoming review. For now I will just give them to you in a nutshell. The Winza website is running off a totally custom-made script, it’s SSL-secured by Sectigo and is hosted on a dedicated server protected by CloudFlare, with the domain name registered for five years in advance. There is a very active Telegram channel where you can get all the latest news and updates and some latest stats are also available for viewing if you’re interested. I’ll be posting all the latest news from Winza on the MNO blog as well from now, so stay tuned and check out the review of the program to be published on my blog soon!


AlysDax is famous for not only targeting the usual HYIP audience which is mostly online based, but also goes the extra mile to actually open physical offices in various countries across the world, so the potential investors could have an experience of visiting an office and speak with program representatives face-to-face. That in turn is supposed to significantly boost confidence in AlysDax and break the defensive wall sometimes too high to climb over when it comes to people not directly involved in the HYIP industry, like me and you. That is quite an innovative approach towards advertising in general which can result in more coverage in search for potential investors in the AlysDax platform, as well as getting people to better understand its main features which my readers can find in the detailed and comprehensive review of AlysDax posted here. The latest news of the opening an office in the Japanese capital Tokyo has been posted below, including the address you may visit one of the program’s leaders to find out more:

The AlysDax project is actively developing both online and in offline space. Today we want to share great news with you: project leaders from Japan opened the first AlysDax offline office!
What is this about? First of all, this is about the relevance of the project to the inhabitants of the country of the rising sun. They now can get advice from leaders not only on the Internet through zoom conferences or streams, but also by visiting the company’s office. The AlysDax office is open and located in 3-ch?me-16 Tatekawa Sumida City, T?ky?-to.
If you don’t have the opportunity to visit our office, do not worry, project leaders from around the world regularly conduct dozens of online events, the announcements of which we publish on the AlysDax website. Just follow the news and choose a conference convenient for you to take part in it. You will learn all about working in the project and get answers to all questions. Participation in online events is free.

At the time of writing AlysDax has been running for about three months with enough time to have made it the recognized leader in the HYIP industry, even during this present slump caused by the Covid-19 worldwide crisis. I have high hopes that with such a professional approach to advertising AlysDax might well survive the usually quiet summer season and emerge as the undisputed number one program in autumn. It has everything needed to to achieve this and the first investors in profit might vouch for AlysDax‘s integrity and stability. The program accepts investments starting from $25 and you may invest via PerfectMoney, BitCoin, Ethereum, Ripple, Eos or Tether with an option to convert your money into the recently introduced internal currency called Alys Money (the feature is available in the Alys Bank tab in your AlysDax account). Those who take advantage of converting their deposits into Alys Money could easily exchange their funds via Alys Bank and get an extra 20% on top of the variable daily rate they get credited into their accounts across the duration of the investment term (from 30 to 180 days) on expiry of which the principal returns to the available balance. It’s hard to explain the exact rate of interest one will receive on the deposit as it depends on many factors, but on average you might expect this figure – 0.78% for 30 days, 0.98% for 60 days, 1.13% for 90 days, 1.18% for 120 days, 1.23% for 150 days, 1.27% for 180 days. There are various boosters available to encourage an investors to commit money for a longer term and to promote it among online and offline acquaintances. For instance, the referral program goes seven levels deep and those with decent promotional skills can then take full advantage of it and build yet another income stream from AlysDax on top of the investment income they make from the program already. So far there are lots of satisfied customers for sure and the membership has been growing well lately. With all the withdrawals from AlysDax processed within a few hours, even though the site states it may take up to 72 hours to get your payment there are certainly no complaints. Let’s hope AlysDax will keep up the good work with timely payments and stable development for a long time to come, and MNO will certainly comment on all the latest news and events from the program, so stay tuned for more!


Here is the list of the programs from my monitor that paid me for the last 72 hours:
From MNO Sticky list: AlysDax.
From MNO Premium list: GamingArb.
From MNO Standard list: Omega, Winza (the first payment received).
From MNO Basic list: –

That’s all for today, guys. Thanks a lot for reading and your welcome contributions to the MNO ShoutBox discussions and the MNO TalkBack poll votes. Your opinion matters on my site that remains the leading destination for all investors seeking big budget investment opportunities which is the only kind welcome on the MNO monitor – the most expensive in the HYIP industry built with an aim to eliminate the deliberate fast scams from coming here and wasting my time and my readers’ money. If you like to read the MNO blog on a regular basis please subscribe to my Newsfeed by submitting your email address on this page. For all the real-time updates and announcements please follow MNO on Telegram, Facebook or Twitter. And of course, I’m always available online to answer your questions and discuss any advertising offers on Telegram @mnoblog. You may also email me directly at or submit your query on the contact page here. I will be back with more latest news from the biggest programs in the HYIP industry and a full review of Winza in a few days time. Until then, stay with MNO – For Money Lovers!

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