Monthly Archives: January 2017

In The Money Jungle

January, to date has been a very good month on the HYIP scene. Those who threw caution to the wind made some big money while the conservative continue to gain descent earnings. Like all invesments, the more principal  … the more profit of course.

In world news and here in Canada, the headlines continue to be saturated with Trump. The one thing I can see positive is the push to get more Americans jobs in the USA.

If it will pan out, I’m not sure where big business will do anything to keep the bottom line/expense as cheap as possible and in today’s world, that means building cars in Mexico or have a growing Tech world in Ireland from big name US companies. Casablanca, Morocco now seems to be of growing interest to Aircraft manufacturers to cut jobs at home and hire skilled but cheap labour there.

I can’t see anyone at ‘home’ being for that, cept’ of course the corporate offices of those outfits involved.

Our Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau will soon meet with Trump to see what’s in store for Canada over the President’s term. I’m sure pipelines will be discussed and hooking up to the oil rich fields in Alberta.

With all that business and political talk, we all need to have the odd fun break and let loose like these guys. The dude at the wheel is a hoot …

On Sunday, the 29th … BitLuna is scheduled to launch. Hopefully all the payment processors advertised will be available. The one thing to mention here is the sky high membership count and when you’ve been around in these circles as long as I have, I got this feeling they have been ‘doctored’ to reflect a heck of a lot more than the actual members registered.

On the Admin(s) looking to create a lengthy ‘on line’ time, when a single funding reaches 130% and there are no repurchases or further spends by a member, the interest rate will go lower than the 2.5% per day, which is unique. Encourages spending to keep up that interest rate.

I could be wrong about the ‘over inflated’ member count or the site is getting a lot of additional Facebook interest but as always, there’s that risk consideration and accepting it.



Blockchain … Where’s the ‘Link’

World banks and governments are always looking for a more ‘secure’ way to store their stuff, whether it be currency or data or both.

Like everything invented that’s a hit and has the option of ‘applications’ over the years, there’s a lone ‘App’ or several that make the inventor a ton of money and famous. For example, Steve Jobs brought out the personal computer back in the 70’s.

Microsoft under Bill Gates worth 78.7 billion today, invents “Windows’ for that personal computer and the rest is history.

I’m using BTC a ‘bit’ more every week and my processing choice, or Wallet is called Blockchain.

Like ‘Windows’, the actual ‘blockchain’ system brought about because of Bitcoin, is shaping up to be a future billion dollar bonanza for those who invented and install it.

In it’s simpler form it’s blocks of disconnected Data all topped up with various secure layers, so it’s like a puzzle with missing pieces scattered everywhere and not in one place to put together. The correct encyrpted input draws the info out of these blocks to complete a ‘one way’ transaction.

It’s far more complicated than that and probably the most high tech digital safe out there today.

Kind of the opposite of an elaborate ‘worm’ or ‘hydra’ that can infect a computer where pieces of data are hidden deep in hundreds or thousands of files. Good luck finding them all. Honey! … We need a new laptop!

So, Banks and government departments such as spy agencies are investigating all this blockchain theory and want to adapt it into their systems.

Meanwhile, where I just send and receive and don’t see all the inner workings of my BTC wallet, My current ventures continue to pay out daily. Being HYIP’s, I’ll knock on screen for luck… clink, clink.

Like this Adele song, “If your going to let me down, let me down gently.” Then it’s water under the bridge like all past opportunities. For the most part, having been profitable.

I did see these cool layout and script yesterday and funded. Very professionally made but it all comes down to the longevity thing.

PassiveLoan is an upfront plan where there’s no imaginative source of outside income or buying giant wind turbines for a cleaner earth. It’s ‘people to people’ like all HYIP’s are.

Payza, Bitcoin and Perfect Money are accepted with a $25 minimum invest to earn 5.2% for 30 calender days, principal and profit included for 156%. There’s are extensive FAQ’s and detailed information/diagram sections about the compensation.





Mid January Light Show

With the extreme cold one day and then up to mild temperatures, the flu season is here with a venegence where I live and work. Unfortunately, buying every cold remedy there is, the bug will run it’s course regardless. Then I think of those miracle drug cures on commercials … oh, how they lie … lol

Except, there’s no lie about how bad Buckley’s mixture tastes. Swallow and gag. Reminds me of cod liver oil ladeled right from the barrel sitting by the local fish plant from my past.

I’ve seen the Northern Lights before but these ‘Light Pillars’ seen at North Bay, Ontario are new to me. Reminds me of that movie, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, only the musical beat from the alien ships is missing … eh.

Light pillars occur when light bounces off of flat ice crystals hovering close to the ground. (Photo: Timmy Joe Elzinga)

For those who are never satisfied with the amount of growth when it comes to their cash like I am and kind of addicted to that pursuit like my daily morning Tim Horton’s coffee runs, high yield ventures have become a cure for now, although risky and unusually popular for this time of year.

With payment processors and options, I continue to prefer STP and Payza but looks like Bitcoin and Perfect Money are muscling in on a lot of the action these days. All three can interact with Bitcoin  … transfer, exchange and purchase options.

BitLuna continues with it’s exceptional growth, nearing 26,000 members with less than two weeks to Launch. The attraction probably has something to do with the simple plan of 2.5% daily and accepting all the payment options I mentioned above.

The compensation is high yield compared to a bank although keen stock traders can rake in a lot more with a pinch of luck where a prediction paid out big time. In my niches … 2 to 3% is more in tune with what investors look for these days, compared to the long gone, popular plans of 10 to 12% per day, a few years back.



Trendy into 2017

Typical of the maritime weather, we had a wicked temperature swing over the last few days from -25 C to 6 C today. Hot tottie weather with a generous amount of dark rum and cinammon sticks. Good for what ails you.

I’ve wriiten a lot about ‘trends’ in my past articles, going from new and unique, back to oldie type compensations plans. Actually the various plans don’t change much it’s the way they are presented peaks ‘interest’.

Today there seems to be more of a shift to social sites to present and discuss new ventures such as Facebook being the most popular. Of course, there is certainly a broader audience with Facebook approaching 2 billion users compared to Forums used primarily before.

Web.Telegram is another, although fairly new from last year but growing steadily.

Also, there is the addition of the ‘automatic payment of daily earnings to payment processors and Bitcoin wallets’. No need for investors to withdraw except for referral commissions.

So, that’s a couple new ‘happening’ trends ongoing, which will eventually evolve into new trendy promotional techniques as the months go by.

When it comes to where I stash my money, the big banks of Canada agree more and more folks are doing their business online. Mortgages are pretty well the same with paperwork, lawyers, deeds, etc. They figure that will eventually lead to even smaller branches where a fewer number of staff will be there for information and help.

Then there’s the FinTech companies online I’ll write about in another post that provide banking, loans, stock trading ..  you name it. All with a mission to undercut bank fees and gain customers. But, like everything that ‘trust’ thing has to be there so the big Banks aren’t overly worried about all that with their billions in profiit every year.

However, being bankers … they don’t like outfits taking ‘interest payments’ away from them. Their bread and butter.



Webinar Rapping

As we settle in with the new year and remember to add 2017 to what we date, I continue to watch what’s going on with all the news involving Bitcoin, which spiked way over $1000 US in exchange value but it’s in a marketplace and subject to fluctuation like Gold or the price of Oil per barrel.

China it seems had a factor in it’s fall back to around the high 800 to $900 US range. Their central bank warned folks that Bitcoin is not an official currency so risky. Nor an investment although the majority look at it that way. From that, there was a major sell off apparently with some ‘investors’ trying to get top dollar where they figured it would drop some after that news.

The thing is in the early days, BTC fans and users didn’t care what Governments thought, it’s here to stay. We know that anything to do with currencies and investing, it’s subject to change.

This is a cool and unique way for this outfit to promote their Webinar site …

It’s been awhile since I joined an opportunity that is promoted to accept STP, Payza and Bitcoin among other payment processor options.

BitLuna is a new program that is scheduled to start up in 22 days from today. The site is attractive and the plan is decent with a minimum of $5 to earn 2.5% per day for the lifetime of the venture. Currently there is a bonus of $10 added for new registrations until launch day with over 1500 members registered already.

Hopefully, Bitluna will live up to the early hype about the program.