With a large percentage of the MLM underbelly on houtvezelplaat, te order to sustain the next few months USI-Tech needs to woo regular investors to get on houtvezelplaat.

This has seen the company compelled to attempt to address the question of where its ROI revenue comes from.

Since May USI-Tech has bot promising proof of outward ROI revenue, yet ter the secret “thou shalt not record” affiliate meetings the company holds around the world, all affiliates have gotten is promises of this and that.

Very first it wasgoed forex trading, then it wasgoed bitcoin trading, then it wasgoed bitcoin mining, then it wasgoed magical energy devices and now, out of nowhere, an ethereum mining pool named “USITech” has surfaced.

A few days ago USI-Tech affiliates began spamming EtherChain’s top Ethereum miner charts all overheen the internet.

Spil above the charts showcase a mining pool named “USITech”, corresponding to the account “0x625a083Bee9E6F0FD756e79880b26B955826702c”.

Putting aside the fact that anyone can create or buy a mining pool and call it whatever they want, let’s take the USITech named pool at face value and accept it is actually wielded by USI Tech.

According to Etherchain, the USITech mining account wasgoed very first seen on May 1st, 2018.

Word on the grapevine is the USITech account is just an existing Chinese ethereum mining farm the company recently purchased, however I wasgoed incapable to independently verify thesis claims.

The USITech account has, spil at the time of publication, bot mining for 221 days and accounts for approximately 0.59% of the global ethereum hash rate (mining power).

Those are the facts pertaining to the USITech ethereum mining account (which may or may not be wielded by USI-Tech). Now lets dig deeper into the financial numbers.

Spil you can see te the screenshot above (blue circle), to date the USITech account has mined $8,461,586.36.

Ter the screenshot below, you can see the foot outgoing transaction linked to the account wasgoed made seven months ago for 1 ETH (about $90 USD at the time):

Before wij go any further, let mij pauze down what that means.

The theory behind all thesis EtherChain mining chart spam is that it’s proof that USI-Tech is generating outward revenue (wij’ll address why that’s not the same spil audited accounting zometeen).

Te order for this to be so, USI-Tech would need to be transferring ETH out of the USITech mining account ter order to pay affiliates.

Spil the transaction history for the USITech account shows, no ethereum has left the account since 1 ETH wasgoed transferred out seven months ago.

Ergo even if wij play along and accept USI-Tech wields the USITech mining account, they have not bot using mined ethereum to pay affiliates a 1% daily ROI.

Even without the transaction history however, this should be already blatantly demonstrable.

The USITech account to date has only mined $8.Four million worth of ethereum.

Current USI-Tech affiliate investment numbers are unknown, but te late September co-founder Horst Jicha claimed the company had taken te around €350 million EUR.

Let’s be conservative and reduce that to $300 million.

USI-Tech’s business proefje sees the company promise a 140% ROI on €50 EUR investments.

€300 million ter investment from their affiliates equates to a €420 million EUR liability. And recall, wij’re using a conservative investment amount and totally disregarding referral commissions.

If USI-Tech downright drained their $8.Four million ethereum mining pool (€7.14 million EUR), that leaves €412.8 million EUR te ROI revenue unaccounted for.

And that also requires the assumption that USI-Tech used the ethereum mining profit to pay affiliates with, of which there is absolutely no evidence of.

Regardless of whether you’re a realist and see an ethereum mining pool spil meaningless without audited accounting demonstrating generated profits are being used to pay affiliates, or you’re part of the Ponzi gullible and take everything at face value, the assertion that ethereum mining is being used to fund USI-Tech affiliate ROI payments is unlikely.

So with respect to the USITech mining pool account, where to from here?

Overheen the last few days the USITech account has mined 146.7, 74.47 and 178.1569 ETH.

That comes out to an average of 133.1 ETH a day, which at the current exchange rate is €79,814.96 EUR.

A €420 million EUR ROI liability backdated to September would take 5262 days to pay off.

A far sob from USI-Tech’s “140% ter 140 days” marketing pitch.

And bear te mind that’s only if you froze fresh investment into USI-Tech and the value of ETH itself, neither of which has happened.

Time to face facts: The USITech mining pool is nothing more than the latest attempt ter a long list of failures by USI-Tech management to feign legitimacy.

USI-Tech is not generating outer ROI revenue through stock trading, bitcoin trading, bitcoin mining, a partnership with Genesis Mining, a $70 million dollar BitFury mining contract, magical free violet wand devices, ethereum mining or anything else they come up with.

The only verifiable source of revenue coming in USI-Tech is fresh affiliate investment, the use of which to pay existing affiliates a 140% ROI makes it a Ponzi scheme.

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46 Comments on “Analysis of USI-Tech’s ethereum mining pool (outward ROI revenue?)”

I had to go a bit deeper into the blockchain stuff than I’m convenient with for this one.

Appreciate anyone more familiar with crypto letting mij know if I misinterpreted any of the gegevens.

This is good proof of the ponziness of this scam. Oz, I hope you pass this information along to the authorities. Good work!

Since May USI-Tech has bot promising proof of outer ROI revenue, yet te the secret “thou shalt not record” affiliate meetings the company holds around the world

here’s a houtvezelplaat outside a usi tech meeting slagroom telling no recording permitted :

when you’re going to feed affiliates a bunch of nonsense about millions of dollars mining contracts and free energy machines and crap at thesis meetings, it makes sense to kerkban the recording of any proof!

And what’s to zekering someone from pointing a camera at the screen? What utter nonsense.

te order to get through the next few months USI-Tech needs to woo regular investors to get on houtvezelplaat

after a continual acute rise te recruitment from around march 2018, usi tech shows a decline from around mid november:

the exposure of USI tech’s continuous lies [promises to release trading account details, fake bitfury contract, fake mining movie, BTC packs missing, etc] on social media and critical articles online, may have helped slow recruitment.

this latest ‘proof’ of ethereum mining is therefore a well timed trick to give affiliates some weaponry for recruitment – usi tech truly mines. look!

a layperson te the world of crypto can be lightly seduced by such mining proof because they know frigall about crypto ter the very first place, and cant figure the numbers spel either. i think oz has explained this stuff simply enough ter this article for crypto/ponzi newcomers to understand.

this bit of conversation on FB from a few hours ago gives a peek into the mindset of usi tech affiliates, who just need a clutch to help them recruit, no matter if the clutch is made of psuedo legitimacy.

this conversation pertains to usi tech buying a mining pool containing insufficient funds and no proof of paying out any ROI from it:

Dickie Turner: Thats not almost enough for anything. And theres no proof of trading still at all. And it looks like they just renamed a shitty existing mining pool.

Giovanni Mancini: they bought it yes…wtf do u guys want the moon from them?? u all never be happy…u know why?? coz u re all looser

^^ it’s all right for usi tech affiliates if the ‘mining proof’ doesn’t add up at all, just spil long spil the company talent them ‘something’ to drape their faith/recruitment pitch on.

after a continual acute rise te recruitment from around march 2018, usi tech shows a decline from around mid november

They redirected their .informatie webpagina to the .com sometime ter the past week or so.

Oz: They redirected their .informatie webpagina to the .com sometime ter the past week or so.

alexa shows they’re climbing higher. guess there’s no shortage of idiot investors after all.

And the above figures do not include the $Ten million a month USI is paying to a shadowy “we shall not be named” mob.

Most likely the same mob Ralf Gold claimed ter the Scoville USI Tech movie that were trading crypto on USI’s behalf. The Phantom lives.

Can someone te the USA explain why the SEC aren’t shutting this down asap.

USI-Tech has US investors but is being operated out of Europe. They’re also scamming through bitcoin.

The SEC and securities regulators globally have yet to catch up on MLM bitcoin scam regulation. They’re only just now getting stuck into pump and dump altcoin launches.

@anjali web activity will also include those withdrawing. Many are on a daily onderstel

the larger the usi tech ponzi grows, so does it’s liabilities, and this is managed by making people reinvest their ROI earnings into fresh bitcoin packs, so that withdrawals are limited to a manageable tempo.

with christmas approaching and withdrawal requests enlargening, usi tech voorwaarde be feeling the pressure, because obviously they don’t have enough money te their pot.

so, they’ve now created an excuse about a ‘blockchain slowdown’ spil reported by the FB pagina – ‘Usi tech scam pagina’ – a few minutes ago:

very first bitcoin packages of many affiliates went missing due to ‘technical glitches’, now the blockchain has ‘slowed down’ – next wij only need to wait for ralf gold or one of his founder friends to get their bootie rammed by a dumpster truck [a lade pablo munoz of onecoin] and wij’ll know usi tech is cooked!

let the ‘run out of money’ stories start!

anjali: so, they’ve now created an excuse about a ‘blockchain slowdown’

and Omzetbelasting which blockchain slowdown is usi tech gabbling about?

the ether blockchain they’re on is not even used for ROI payment!

liar liar pants on fire!

The blockchain is slow

110,000 transaction waiting to be processed and the minners are charging 20% or more to stir your bitcoins.

This is something that usitech doesn’t take into consideration.

even so, a delay of overheen a week ter payment is not explainable:

coincentral, dec 12, 2018:

Spil mentioned earlier, a Bitcoin transaction generally needs 6 confirmations from miners before it’s processed. The average time it takes to mine a block is Ten minutes, so you would expect a transaction to take around an hour on average.

However, the latest popularity boom of Bitcoin has caused congestion on the network.

The average time for one confirmation has recently ranged anywhere from 30 minutes to overheen 16 hours te extreme cases.

usi tech is delaying payments because it’s a ponzi scheme and running out of money to pay earlier investors.

Excellent and well constructed article which jams to the facts and again proves beyond doubt that USI-TECH is an MLM ponzi scheme which needs shutting down before too many other people buy into the scam.

Some payments from the 13th November still toevluchthaven’t bot cleared.

One high up person te the UK is helping people by buying packages for them from hier own USI balance and getting them to send hier the money through paypal or payza, thus bypassing the USI withdrawal. A few more are also doing this. Hundreds of packs seem to be involved with this method.

Not sure how widespread this is spil i’m only observing what happens ter one group, but it seems to presently be the only surefire way to get money out of the scheme.

Everything is getting blamed on the blockchain, USI is remaining blameless te everything.

I’ve just read down the pagina a bit and there is actually someone who has commenced a postbode telling they will do this method to help people out and to help them avoid fees. They paypal him the money for the packs and he transfers the packs to their account from his. He gets real money, they get packs.

One high up person te the UK is helping people by buying packages for them from hier own USI balance and getting them to send hier the money through paypal or payza, thus bypassing the USI withdrawal. A few more are also doing this. Hundreds of packs seem to be involved with this method.

Sadly this happens te every major MLM Ponzi scheme.

Unluckily for their victims it creates a nightmare screenplay when they attempt to verkeersopstopping victim claims. Either they cannot prove any of their money wasgoed invested into USI-Tech (because it isn’t if they transferred it directly to the scammer), or the scammer files a eis overlapping theirs.

At the end of the day a Receiver can only work with money that went ter and out of USI-Tech itself. Money sent to scammers is treated spil outer revenue and is not claimable.

I’m open to sit down with Oz (if that’s indeed his “Real” name) and do a livestream face off. (Ozedit: Snip, see below.)

The fuck do wij need to do a “livestream face off” for?

You have no evidence of USI-Tech using outward revenue, same spil the surplus of the USI-Tech Ponzi schmucks.

If you want to be the next Weten Labine, have at it. But please don’t waste my time with bravado te attempt to shift discussion away from USI-Tech’s glaring due-diligence issues.

If you truly want to have a “livestream face off”, do it with USI-Tech management and corner them into either providing a third-party audited report of the source of affiliate ROI revenue, or admit they’re just recycling freshly invested funds.

Don’t be astonished if they react by terminating your investor account tho’. Such is Ponzi life if you rock the boat.

Hans Mohr – te the movie with fellow scammer Charles Scoville, Ralf Gold says evidence of crypto trading will be coming soon. That wasgoed ter April 2018.

Could you ask Ralf how the wit lump of paper is shaping up?

Alice: One high up person te the UK is helping people by buying packages for them from hier own USI balance and getting them to send hier the money through paypal or payza, thus bypassing the USI withdrawal.

this usually happens towards the end of a ponzi scheme, like te onecoin when top affiliates beginning selling humongous amounts of their own coins to their downlines and making a quick buck.

so how is this usi tech top UK affiliate [sharon james?] going to pay thesis investors their ROI, since she’s bypassed the company and sold them hier own packs/balance? how does this work, does anyone know?

so how is this usi tech top UK affiliate [sharon james?] going to pay thesis investors their ROI

She doesn’t She transfers 50 EUR worth of USI-Tech monopoly money from hier backoffice to a freshly created account for hier victims. Not sure how the referral commissions work.

It’s not Sharon James, it’s someone else, I believe this may be hier very first Ponzi. She’s not at Sharon James type level, I am wrong, she isn’t te the UK, she is te Utah.

The group I am ter has a lotsbestemming of UK people, i’m guessing a loterijlot of hier victims are from the UK, albeit there are slew all overheen the world te the group.

She is undoubtedly fairly high up however and when it collapses will be a netwerken winner.

She has stated that if you do it that way and transfer the packs you still get referral commissions.

A USI webinar evidently said that wasn’t permitted, but i’ve read some more and it seems a lotsbestemming of people are bypassing USI withdrawal to get contant and transferring packs to others.

They obviously won’t want that happening spil it’s just moving funds sideways instead of fresh metselspecie flowing into the scheme which will make it collapse quicker.

Spil far spil I can work out she buys the packs with hier USI balance, she then transfers them into the other persons account and they will get their ROI on the packs that she has bought for them and she evidently gets commission for it all.

I did look further into it and they set it up so you can buy a pack to get someone else embarked ter USI and buy it with your balance straight into their account. This seems to have bot set up to entice people to join.

This seems to be what they are using to get around the withdrawal process, instead of gifting the packages they are exchanging them outside of USI for metselspecie via paypal or payza.

Someone wasgoed asking a few days ago how to go about transferring 100k into bitcoins to buy into USI, which is a horrible thing, and rather stupid.

Not a lotsbestemming on Sharon James, she is right near the top, scamming lots of money from those she has conned into the scheme, back te June she posted something which indicates she is withdrawing a substantial amount of hier earnings to keep it out of the scheme.

She posted how many packs she had and at the bottom it showcased the amount she had withdrawn from USI. It wasgoed te bitcoin, if she still has those bitcoins they are worth overheen half a million GBP.

That wasgoed back te June, so I fear to think how much she has scammed from others since then.

There is someone else spil well who will come out of this a massive netwerk winner, he shows up to have bot te Traffic Monsoon spil well, not sure if i’m permitted to name names here.

I know Sharon James is okay spil she’s bot mentioned a few times already, but not sure about others. This dude is obnoxious, flaunting the amount of sign ups he has and how many packs he has.

My fear with the nipt winners, including Sharon James, is that if they attempt and clawback the money it may end up only being a puny amount of what they have made from the scheme due to bitcoin.

If they have held onto the bitcoin when they have withdrawn their money from the scheme it will now be worth substantially more than the day they withdrew it.

Obviously this won’t be so much of a problem if they still have a lotsbestemming left ter there and withdraw large amounts just before it collapses when bitcoin is spil high spil it is now.

Alice: Spil far spil I can work out she buys the packs with hier USI balance, she then transfers them into the other persons account and they will get their ROI on the packs that she has bought for them and she evidently gets commission for it all.

who pays the ROI on thesis packs?

the USI balance te hier backoffice is just numbers on the screen and not hard specie.

i don’t see how or why usi tech will pay an ROI when they toevluchthaven’t received any specie themselves?

i think usi tech is turning a truss eye to this behavior because it lets them off the hook from paying out to this top affiliate whoever she is. meantime, she gets to encash hier balance via selling packs to freshly recruited schmucks under hier.

if this is widespread then it is a sure sign of usi tech collapsing.

I *think* ref commissions and the ROI is generated when backoffice funds are reinvested under the fresh account. That has to be it.

Alice: Spil far spil I can work out she buys the packs with hier USI balance, she then transfers them into the other persons account and they will get their ROI on the packs that she has bought for them and she evidently gets commission for it all.

Spil part of the package to which only “insiders” have access, it happens with every “next-big-thing” scheme.

Insiders are warned of the imminent collapse, providing them time to offload their (non existent) packs te exchange for real currency.

They most likely toevluchthaven’t invested any of their own money, instead having “earned” their packs via whatever scheme is ter operation, so, it’s all juices.

I have friends putting te alot to this crap. Its not going to end good. But I guess everyone has to learn the hard way somehow.

They most likely haven’t invested any of their own money, instead having “earned” their packs via whatever scheme is ter operation, so, it’s all fluid.

Yes, this is what everyone who got te early has done, their packs are growing through rebuys and they just withdraw their commission and ROI.

You can set the back office to automatic rebuys, so spil soon spil you get paid your ROI you automatically get more packs. Even those who got ter zometeen and only have a modest amount of packs or a very petite amount of packs seem to be growing them by rebuys instead of investing more specie.

Commission is the big earner from what I can tell. Someone who has waterput their stats up has overheen 50,000 team mates and he will be earning commission from them.

He has overheen 5000 onmiddellijk referrals and I believe each rechtstreeks referral gets you 120 Euros, albeit i’m not certain on the amount, that wasgoed just a figure I spotted to do with referrals so can’t say if it’s juist or not.

The tokens sold has gone past 72 million. Free tokens are given with every pack bought and with every rebuy. 50 tokens cost 50 Euros.

The more you buy the cheaper each token is and you can get bonuses from them. With higher amounts you are entitled to verzekeringspremie coins. A gold pack costs 2500 Euros and you get 5000 tokens and a further Ten,000 tokens when the very first toeslag happens. The very first premie will toebijten when USI have sold 125 million tokens.

No idea spil to when the tokens will be turned into Techcoins.

It also doesn’t seem spil however people are buying them with specie, most of them seem to have bot free with packs or rebuys. I’m not watching them talked about or anyone investing ter them for the future.

Spil far spil I can see you cannot resell the tokens, you need to wait until they are turned into techcoins, which will never toebijten. I don’t think it has bot the specie injection USI hoped it would be.

You cannot buy tokens with your USI balance, you need to withdraw it and then buy them.

Nobody is talking about the tokens or investing te them that I can see. Some voorwaarde have for them to have sold 72 million, albeit information from USI cannot be relied upon spil truthful.

Nobody seems that interested ter them and are more interested ter the packs and the long term investment.

Just one last thing i’ve noticed. The daily ROI is meant to be inbetween 0.75% and 1.25%, your pack will run until it hits 140%, this used to work out to about 140 days.

The daily ROI has dropped so that it is at the lower end most days. This means a pack is tied up for at least 150 days rather than the 140 days, so USI get to keep it longer before you can withdraw it.

The daily average ROI is now about 0.85% and pulling down. It is very clever the puny little things they are doing to keep hold of money just a little bit longer to attempt and prevent the inescapable collapse.

I’m finding it fascinating to see a Ponzi te act, and see peoples reaction to evident signs that things aren’t right and how they dismiss them.

Also observing the little things USI are doing to make the scheme last longer. I feel terribly sad for the victims tho’, albeit there is slew of talk about rumours it’s a scam and the reasons why it absolutely isn’t a scam.

Alice: The daily ROI has dropped so that it is at the lower end most days

woah, bitcoin has bot ranging higher and higher through most of this year and particularly overheen the last two months, and usi tech’s ‘secret mining contract worth 70 million dollars’ is getting lower and lower comes back?

With such an ‘industrial level’ of mining and the rising prices of bitcoin, one would think usi tech would increase the ROI to it’s investors?

no wonder horst jicha wants to set up his own mining farm, godheid knows when te 2018 and heerser knows where! cant trust anyone else to do your mining for you thesis days! pfft.

I have a gf whom is so packaged up with USI to the point of obsessiveness and wants mij to do the same.

People will not listen to reason when they want to hear what to want to hear, perception is reality!

I can only say this, be very cautious with this or any company that makes promises on ROI that they clearly can’t prove or won’t prove that it’s coming from source’s other than fresh money through the pui wegens!

Don’t drink the Steenkool AID, Bless all their family member’s!

ASPCQ – what about your other girlfriends? Hope you can get hier out of USI, it indeed is a disease. Have you shown hier all the latest fraud alerts?

I have pretty much lost a friend overheen USI-Tech – he wasgoed persuaded it wasgoed the real thing.

DownWithPonzi: I have pretty much lost a friend overheen USI-Tech – he wasgoed persuaded it wasgoed the real thing.

Mij too. He attempted to get my other friends involved and I got fairly.. well, vocal about it. But I got lots of support from other friends. It’s rough but you have the moral high ground.

I just read that the Texas securities houtvezelplaat issued an emergency cease and desist on USI tech and some of their affiliates.

Got any more informatie? Very first I’m hearing of it.

Too many domestic duties will addle your brain,Oz.

Sarcasm fail, I’ll see myself out

hahahahaha u guys have no idea what you’re talking about and the author of this article most likely never observed a single vraaggesprek with the possessor.

is he did, he would know exactly that non of the profits for users come from mining, that’s why they don’t need SEC approval. and he would know why it is not possible to display trading results officially but carry on love your day.

he would know exactly that non of the profits for users come from mining, that’s why they don’t need SEC approval.

Spil far spil securities regulation goes, how a terugwedstrijd is generated is irrelevant.

Wire fraud does however come into play if freshly invested funds are being used to pay off existing investors.

he would know why it is not possible to display trading results officially

The only reason an MLM company would hide trading results is if they didn’t exist.

Zekering watching Ponzi scammer YouTube movies.

What a lotsbestemming of you do not understand is USI trades through arbitrage. When they demonstrate up on the blockchain charts you guys will see.

You know what would clear up this entire mess? Somebody buy 1 package and let it run its course until it hits 140% then metselspecie out their bitcoin. If that happened would you believe it?

What a lotsbestemming of you do not understand is USI trades through arbitrage. When they voorstelling up on the blockchain charts you guys will see.

See what? USI-Tech launched BTC Packages back te July, why toevluchthaven’t they “showed up on the blockchain” already?

You know what would clear up this entire mess? Somebody buy 1 package and let it run its course until it hits 140% then contant out their bitcoin. If that happened would you believe it?

Proof of stealing money from people who join after you isn’t a substitute for third-party audited ROI revenue accounting.

You know what would clear up this entire mess? Somebody buy 1 package and let it run its course until it hits 140% then metselspecie out their bitcoin. If that happened would you believe it?

That would prove nothing. Ponzi schemes ALWAYS pay out at very first, that’s how they persuade their victims that it’s legit.

For Your Information, Bernie Madoff’s ponzi scheme lasted for almost 9 years before it imploded, and 50% of his investors never lost a dime. But it wasgoed still a ponzi.

Very easy… back a month ago Etherium wasgoed worth about $448.00 today it is up around $1200.

Related movie: Bitcoin Prediction


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