As a general rule, you should always consider every offer that fits the mold of “too good to be true,” to be a scam.
In this instance, we are dealing with a crypto-focused, auto-trading solution, which takes advantage of arbitrage.
It buys a certain amount of a certain crypto at one exchange, and it sells it at another exchange, for a profit. All this occurs within a few seconds, otherwise the profitability of the setup may slip away.
This way, it is claimed that return rates of 30% per month are achieved “consistently.”
The feat does not require any kind of expertise on the part of the user and the system is available for free, with no strings attached.
If that is not the definition of “too good to be true,” nothing is.
If someone actually developed such a system, the last thi...Далее