It’s always good to have what one is involved in endorsed by the likes of The Satoshi Show, an American cryptocurrency-related show that has gained a reputation for offering an incisive look into cryptocurrency offerings that are deemed to have ticked all the boxes.
The show’s hosts, Troy Rejda and David Chandler, have been in the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency space for some time, and like many of us, are alert to the fact that amongst all the Bitcoin scams and cryptocurrency ponzi schemes out there, there are crypto platforms that are honest, ethical, stable, sustainable and above all, that DELIVER. They’ve made it their business to analyse these platforms, and to dig deep to get at the truth (so that they are who they say they are, that they have offices where they say they do, and so on and so on…).
Invariably, this means calls or visits to the offices, interviews with the founders or leaders and an-depth look at the compensation plan to see whether the stated returns are indeed actual returns.
Following as thorough a due diligence as possible, Troy and David then arrive at a decision as to whether they are sufficiently comfortable recommending the platform on the Satoshi Show, or not. Invariably, being investors and network marketers themselves, they personally buy into the recommended platform and use the show to a) explain it to subscribers to the show and b) promote their own involvement in the said platform.
When I was looking at joining MTI – Mirror Trading International – about 10 months back, I remember sitting through their explanation of the business and being impressed by it. Whilst I was probably going to join MTI as a member regardless, The Satoshi Show’s recommendation of MTI and subsequent interview of MTI CEO Johann Steynberg could well have been the sealant in the decision. I’m still an MTI member and regard joining the business as one of my best decisions ever.
I say “one of my best decisions ever” as the other cryptocurrency business that I’m actively involved in is in a different magnitude.
It’s the Hypertech Group’s Hyperfund, and it’s been interesting to see that it’s recently been endorsed by The Satoshi Show. Not that an endorsement by an external party is particularly necessary, but it was comforting to hear Troy and David speaking so highly of it – and essentially corroborating what many of us in the Hypercommunity have believed since we first joined ie that Hyperfund is just on a different level.
Whilst their explanation of the business and business opportunity didn’t really tell me anything I didn’t already know (after all, I’ve been a member of the Hypercommunity and invested in its Hyperfund for a good 6 months already and have a fairly good understanding of things), I felt that they did a good job covering the salient points – which were:
That the HyperTech Group’s Hypercommunity is unlike anything we’ve yet seen.
That, as the world’s strongest Blockchain alliance, it’s attracting considerable interest globally, due to:
The earnings potential being huge
The people behind it being household names in the cryptocurrency and blockchain space
with Ryan Xu (founder of the HyperTech Group) being the majority shareholder of five Australian and NASDAQ listed Blockchain tech companies, the founder of Collinstar Capital (one of the world’s largest blockchain venture capital firms), the co-founder of the world’s first non-profit Blockchain knowledge hub, Blockchain Centre, and a shareholder in the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange, Binance.
with Sam Lee (Chairman of the HyperTech Group) being the founder and CEO of Blockchain Global, co-founder of Blockchain Centre, a frequent guest on CNN, Bloomberg, BBC and Forbes, and a sought-after keynote speaker, having spoken at the United Nations and World Economic Forum summits.
with Jayden Wei (CEO of the HyperTech Group) being Executive Director of Collinstar Capital, CEO of Molecular Future, co-founder of HyperDAO – and an experienced Fund Manager skilled in Portfolio Management,
Risk Management, Corporate Finance, and Corporate Advisory services.
and with Roy Lam (Chief Intelligence Officer of the HyperTech Group) owning 11.9% of Australia’s second largest stock exchange (National Stock Exchange of Australia) and widely regarded as the “smartest man in Hong Kong”.
That the HyperTech Group comprises four industry-leading Blockchain companies, namely:
That these four companies power the HyperCommunity ecosystem: the world’s largest Blockchain community. Funded by crypto industry giants with the aim of putting its members’ digital assets to work to generate daily rewards into the future, CollinStar Capital, Blockchain Global, Digital X and HCash provide the community with world-class support, resources, funding and access to their proprietary market-making system.
That the Group’s vision is to advance Blockchain technology through the creation of non-profit Blockchain education centres around the globe with a view to educating people in the “new economy” and providing the average person the opportunity to achieve lasting financial freedom. To this end, the group has as an end-goal a community of millions of members, thousands of tokens, multiple income-generating revenue streams and a 2023 listing on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange via a $300 billion IPO.
And that there are essentially two ways to personally benefit:
By joining as a passive participant
By joining as an active participant
A passive participant being one who invests with no interest in introducing others and building a team.
Introducing people to the Hyperfund Global opportunity is entirely optional. Simply purchasing a Hyperfund package or multiple packages and doing nothing further than adopting a “re-buying” strategy is a perfectly sound and acceptable practice and is an option selected by many. Those interested in accelerating their earnings and opening up further revenue streams by introducing others will lean towards building a HyperFund Global business.
One thing that really struck me was how excited Troy was about the Hypertech Group’s vision, mission and resources. Whilst I’m sure that he and David are excited by ALL the platforms they recommend and participate in, I sensed they were in awe of the Hypertech Group’s Hyperfund, how big it is and how big it will be…
I first heard of the Hypercommunity when it was brought to Africa by a person I work closely with, and consider my partner.
This was at the beginning of this year, when I was asked to be on an important call and told that what we would soon be involved in “would be HUGE”. Turns out that he had just concluded an in-depth 3 month due diligence on the Hypertech Group and announced that it was “without doubt, time to get in”.
I joined the Hypercommunity in May of this year – with the intention of putting monies into Hyperfund, but not recruiting. We had done our calculations and saw how it was possible to self-finance with a structure that would reward us handsomely into the future.
It was only some time after this that we felt that what we had here was too good not to share. The result is that I now have a considerably large – and mostly Africa-based – team growing in leaps and bounds.
I have recently put up a website www.hypercommunity.africa – intended not just as a resource for my team members, but to show people (especially on the African continent) exactly what it is that we have here, and how by joining the Hypercommunity and buying a Hyperfund package, so many people can change their lives for the better.
As is the case around the world, the Covid pandemic has devastated people’s lives and their means of even putting food on the table. It’s a tragic state of affairs and people everywhere are in urgent need of a hand up. That hand, in my opinion anyway, lies in the Hypercommunity’s Hyperfund.
It all starts with getting onto one of the daily Zoom call presentations, doing a due diligence, understanding the risks, and registering on the link of an existing Hyperfund member.
Anyone interested is welcome to contact me. Whether from Africa, or further afield.
The Hypercommunity already has more than 100 000 members. In time, it will have millions of members. It’s worth looking into for sure. My opinion only, of course, but one that’s now shared by the co-hosts of the Satoshi Show, no doubt…
Aside from running South Africa’s smallest ad agency, Kavonic Hone – see www.kavonichone.co.za – Gerard has been in the cryptocurrency space for almost 6 years and is an active member of the Hypertech Group’s Hypercommunity. He is not a financial advisor and does not purport to be one. He is resident in Johannesburg South Africa. He is contactable on +27 83 444 9888 and on firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com His skype address is gerardkavonic. Anyone wanting information on the Hypercommunity’s daily webinars or Saturday training sessions is welcome to whatsapp him on +27 83 444 9888 and anyone looking to join the Hypercommunity can do so on https://h5.hypercapital.vip/#/pages/register/register?code=banket1804