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Hi all! With summer getting into full swing right now and that means slower activities among HYIP admins and investors. Indeed, how do you think working or making bigger investments when there is sunshine and vacation time for many of us? Of course, due to Covid19 restrictions this summer might be again quite different, but with a bit of luck next summer might be better.

I’m aware that not much is going on in the HYIP industry like I said, so therefore I’ve decided to simply write another article covering the highly acclaimed by my readers series of articles following HYIP Admins’ Dirty Secrets. In the second part of the post I’ll also take a closer look at the final results of the poll looking at changing direction for the MNO blog and will also ask you a new question on your favourite cryptocurrency you prefer when investing in HYIPs.

Before getting to that point let me remind you that despite the traditional summer slowdown some big programs might as well launch during this period. You never know when you spot the next industry’s leader, do you? So, it’s still important to follow MNO on Telegram, Twitter or Facebook for all the last minute announcements, as well as subscribe to the full length blog posts delivered to your email address you may submit here. If you have any personal questions to me (including listing and advertising requests) I am always available on Telegram @mnoblog, or just contact me here or write email directly at abramsonp@gmail.com. All your input and thoughts on the current investment projects listed on the MNO monitor are always welcome on the ShoutBox which you can use to discuss the programs with your fellow investors. Now, let’s get to the main subject of today’s article from the HYIP Admins’ Dirty Secrets series, shall we?

So, did you ever think about how some HYIPs are so able to age well and pay after several months and, in some rare cases, even years on end. Does that mean that the HYIP admin in charge is some sort of financial genius and deserves an award for his efforts to bring profits to members? Of course not. The fact that a program might seem like having a genuine outside source of income except for the incoming deposits is simply ridiculous even to consider in the HYIP world. All HYIPs one participates into are ponzi-games, without a single exception. They don’t make money in Forex or cryptocurrency markets, but simply take it from one investor and give it to another luckier one. That might seem unfair, but that is how all the financial systems in the world generally work, just not all the people have realized it yet!

Anyway, there could be a few genuine reasons why a program might last for such a long time which makes some investors find it worth trying and deposit larger sums of money – the exact reason why some HYIP admins tend to create and run such type of programs on a regular basis. So, what are the main reasons for a program’s impressive longevity?

1) Paying extremely low rate of interest, i.e. unattractive investment plans to build confidence for some time before a total overhaul of original design and investment plans. Such programs usually called “sleepers” exist most for their lifecycle in hibernation form. They do tend to originally have horrible looking websites and deliberately try their best to conceal their efforts in listing on a low-grade monitors with the aim of simply “doing time” and exist online with the only aim to build trust and “awake” at the moment when their admins think it was time to make real money for themselves. I have already made some articles on “sleepers” and I think many people do have a good idea on what they are, so I won’t repeat myself. Just one note – not all “sleepers” continue to the second phase of their lifecycle. The majority are actually run as fast scams deceptively offering ridiculously low returns (sometimes even imposing deposit limits) to try to make it look like they were going to redesign soon. Duped into that scam investors will pay the high price for following ill advice and rumors behind the admin’s personality who will get loads of cash that will be enough for him to launch a properly designed and attractive project.

Few programs though tend to never switch from the “sleeper” mode as they are just intended to pay lower interest and their admins genuinely hope to extend their lifecycle and maintain smoother longer-term growth this way. RoboticsOnline (reviewed here) is perhaps a perfect example of such a program. Having been listed on MNO for nearly 500 days now the program has never broke its promise on paying very low returns on a consistent basis. Recently, it’s been redesigned but the investment plan remained the same extra low-ROI offer, so we cannot really treat RoboticsOnline as a generic “sleeper” in that instance.

2) Having acted with “donor” programs to extend the lifetime of the main project indefinitely. That was covered by me as well many times before, but I will remind you in a nutshell. Basically, this happens when a certain admin has a “main project” that he may run for years and use the funds from the “donor” side programs that he runs simultaneously. Some of the profits received from “donor” programs therefore gets injected into the main program on a regular basis. That makes the main HYIP last much longer and does build confidence among investors who might draw the wrong conclusion about the program’s longevity and any outside source of income the admin claims to have at his disposal to ensure the extremely long run. Investors’ misconception about the program’s lifecycle is actually the main way the HYIP admin attracts larger investors who pour into it much larger deposits than they would invest into an unproven program with a short historical record of prompt and timely payouts. Building trust on the basis of longevity gives the program with several donors in this case only a credibility issue that its offsprings lack by serving exclusively for funding purposes. Paid for handsomely by the way and allowing the admin to run the main “recipient” program for the extremely long amount of time receiving the main funding in times of need, and that is actually the much more common practice than any of you might think.

3) In a very unlikely scenario the HYIP admin running a long-term program that causes envy from others is actually a seasoned professional in his field trained by multiple attempts of running various programs. Of course, then again not all of his previous attempts were successful. In almost every case the financial pyramid will simply keep growing and the admin will keep paying until the moment it collapses, i.e. until the factors that contributed to its continuous growth cease to exist. There are just too many possible scenarios that might occur to negatively affect the cashflow and to guess the right reason why such long-lasting program might suddenly collapse could be ungrateful to analyse. They might be seasonal factors or sudden cryptocurrency surges on the market, etc. However the major point may also be even an extreme leader of the HYIP industry run by a talented and ambitious admin reaching the ultimate point when he simply cannot continue to fulfil his financial obligations to investors. From that point on it’s just a matter of time until it simply stops paying or has to squeeze more money from unsuspecting newbies whom the admin will try to fool using his trust and confidence he has been slowly building during the months running his program so well.

Whatever the reasons for the fantastic long lifecycle an investment project is enjoying and no matter how tempting it looks to put more money in the hugely popular program that seems to have been running forever always remember about the possible risks involved and do not be surprised if the eternal money-making machine will collapse without warning on one fine day. It is therefore extremely important not to put all your eggs in one basket and diversify funds between a few different programs. Just make sure they are not run by the same admin, otherwise they might stop paying on the same day too.

I hope you have enjoyed today’s article from the HYIP Admins’ Dirty Secrets series and if you like it why not check out more on tips and tricks from the investors’ point of view on the MNO Info page? Some of those articles might be partially obsolete due to the changed times in the HYIP industry, but the smart investors will always be able to find the grains of truth there and expand their general knowledge of the investment world to use it for their own benefit, i.e. making more money from HYIPs. And of course, check out other articles from the HYIP Admins’ Dirty Secrets on this page of my blog, and come back often for more.



As I don’t really have any news to report from the monitored programs today I would like to draw your main attention to the results of the MNO TalkBack poll and ask readers a new questions related both to HYIPs and cryptocurrencies that become so widespread these days and play more important role than ever before. And of course to replace it with another new question which I’ll get to in a moment.

Both questions are somewhat related, and I suppose it doesn’t really matter whether you like them or hate them but cryptocurrencies are the future and they aren’t going away. Ever. Technology evolves, and just like streaming services will ultimately replace cinema tickets and solid old vinyl records, online virtual money will one day, sooner or later, replace paper fiat money.

I mean we all do like the feeling of a crisp $50 bill in our hand the very same way we like to sit in a movie theater or hear the hiss of some old vinyl record, but at the end of the day practicality ultimately takes precedence. I mean, I do love looking at old black & white photos, who doesn’t, but do you know anyone who owns a black & white camera? And it’s going the same way with money. A bit slower evolving perhaps than what happened with a lot of consumer products like music and movies, but it’s going the same direction nonetheless.

To be honest then I do think there can be only one answer to the last question in the MNO opinion poll, but then again I also suppose a lot of people haven’t really caught up with the inevitable idea. The question I asked readers then was as follows: Are you interested in weekly MNO news articles on cryptocurrency developments?

And the answers were as follows. Mostly it went for, “Yes, cryptocurrency is the future and is important to cover this in detail”, that got 56% of the vote. 33% of you prefer to look for this info elsewhere, you voted for “No, I get this info elsewhere and prefer MNO to stay entirely with HYIPs”, while the remaining 11% of readers made the statement “I have a limited interest in this but will probably still read occasionally”.

I suppose I can kind of understand some of the negative votes based simply on the fact that a lot of you probably get your information on these things from older more established news websites already. Well, fair enough on that point, but MNO still has to develop and evolve to stay a functioning business.

Going by the final results of the MNO TalkBack poll and the clear interest shown in cryptocurrencies I guess I’ll be developing some sort of the weekly issue to be added to the MNO blog within the summer period and observe how it all works out. If you have any suggestions on what particular issues you want to be included in the upcoming weekly cryptocurrency digest simply let me know and I will certainly take your suggestions on board to make things better for all my readers. Stay tuned for more on that soon!

The next question stays on the same matter, I mean since we’ve kind of established that people are determined to stay with cryptocurrencies then what exactly are the main brand names they prefer to stick with? I don’t exactly know why, that might actually be a question for a following TalkBack poll in a week or a month or a year from now. But as things stand what exactly is the name of the cryptocurrency that you mainly prefer to use at this point in time?

We’ll talk about the reasons for your answer another day, for now let’s just hear the names. What is your favorite cryptocurrency? Simple question, the actual reasons are your own business, I or other reasons don’t need to know them until another opinion poll, for now just tell us who you like. No agenda here and I’m not trying to promote one over the other. It’s a simple question, what do you like and what don’t you like, no more to it than that.

The current question for MNO readers therefore will be the following: What is your favorite cryptocurrency when investing in HYIPs?

Since there’s only a couple of serious options, I mean I know there’s lots of currencies but realistically only a few a popular, we’ll just limit the possible answers to the following?

– BitCoin
– Ethereum
– Something else
– I have no favorite

Short and sweet but that does more or less address the question, doesn’t it? I’d be pleased if you take a moment of your time to go to the MNO TalkBack page and make your prediction here. I will collect all the information on the general mood of readers and will draw the final results in a couple of weeks. Thanks in advance for being active contributors to the HYIP industry’s research on MNO, guys!


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From MNO Sticky list: –
From MNO Premium list: –
From MNO Standard list: –
From MNO Basic list: AiMeticLeverageTrades.

That’s about all for today’s article on the MNO blog which I hope you enjoyed reading. I wish you all a successful and prosperous week ahead. Thanks for reading and talk to you again later on MNO – For Money Lovers!

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