What is a Ponzi Scheme?
A Ponzi scheme is a form of fraud that lures its victims in with the promise of huge profits but pays profits to earlier investors with funds from more recent investors.
The scheme leads victims to believe that profits are coming from legitimate business activity, and they remain unaware that other investors are the source of funds.
Ponzi schemes promise high financial returns or dividends not available through traditional investments. Instead of investing the funds of victims, however, the con artist pays “dividends” to initial investors using the funds of subsequent investors.
A Ponzi scheme can maintain the illusion of a sustainable business as long as new investors contribute new funds, and as long as most of the investors do not demand full repayment and still believe in the non-existent assets they are purported to own.
What is a Pyramid Scheme?
A pyramid scheme is a fraudulent business model that recruits members via a promise of payments or services for enrolling others into the scheme, rather than generating profits from the sale of goods or services.
As the membership pool expands exponentially, further recruiting becomes impossible and the “business” becomes unsustainable.
A pyramid scheme often appears as legitimate multi-level marketing (MLM) practice. A legitimate Network Marketing company uses the profits from downstream sales to pay bonuses to recruiters.
However, pyramid schemes involve almost no legitimate sales. Instead, earlier investors are paid from the incoming funds of subsequent investments instead of true profits.
What is the Difference Between a Ponzi and a Pyramid Scheme?
The essential difference between the two frauds is that a Ponzi scheme generally only requires investment in something from its victims, with promised returns at a later pay date.
Pyramid schemes, unlike Ponzi schemes, usually offer a victim the opportunity to “make” money by recruiting more people into the scam.
How Does Hyperverse Differ from a Ponzi or Pyramid Scheme?
Ponzi and Pyramid Schemes are Scams. They are fraudulent business models run by criminals who prey on the ignorant.
In neither of these fraudulent enterprises is there any genuine commerce taking place. There is no interest from investments nor profit from the sale of goods and services, therefore no financial gains are made to pay investors or recruiters.
Hyperverse, in stark contrast, is a legal, ethical business entity backed by the Multi-Billion Dollar Hypertech Group.
The Hypertech Group has a Market Capitalization of over $10 Billion Dollars with 10’s of millions of dollars in profit being generated daily through multiple legitimate business enterprises in the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Industry.
The credibility, stability, and profitability of Hyperverse and the Hypertech Group are unquestionable.
Hyperverse was created by Ryan Xu and Sam Lee, Global Leaders in the Blockchain and Crypto Industry.
They are both major players on the world stage, each a multi-billionaire, bringing years of experience impacting the success of the Hyperverse Program.
Hyperverse rewards its members 7 days a week through its Passive Membership Rewards Program while offering a university-level education in the Blockchain Technology and Cryptocurrency Industry.
Hyperverse certainly differs in many significant ways from Ponzi and Pyramid Schemes.
Here Are 7 Major Differences:
1. Hyperverse is NOT a Financial Product/Service nor an Investment Plan of any kind.
2. Hyperverse does NOT pay commissions for the recruitment of others.
3. Hyperverse does NOT rely on funds from new members to facilitate payment of rewards to existing members.
4. The Corporate Leadership of Hyperverse is comprised of the most respected, influential, and well-known Business Leaders in the world of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency.
5. Hyperverse is a part of the HyperTech Group of Businesses with a collective market valuation of over $10 Billion Dollars.
6. HyperTech’s business dealings are open and transparent with its Leaders having worked with Governments, Fortune 500 Companies, and respected Universities around the world.
7. Both Mastercard and Visa have already investigated, vetted, and partnered with Hyperverse issuing Debit Cards with a $10,000 and $50,000 a day spending limit respectively.
Ask yourself this question…
Are Visa and Mastercard in partnership with a Ponzi or Pyramid Scheme?
The answer is obviously… No!