BBI-DC Mining Review — a crypto mining platform, BBI-DC Mining claims to offer the sort of verification protocol used on a bitcoin network (this would be similar to the proof of work).
Although it doesn’t specifically focus on cloud rentals, the company advertises mining units that can be purchased, pinned to the affiliates’ downlines, and subsequently, contribute to the overall cumulative returns on investments (ROI) per affiliate.
Inferring from the PR vids on YouTube and similar outings uploaded on social media, BBI-DC Mining affiliates are promised returns of up to eight percent (8%), provided that the terms and requisites of the investments are met.
Payments are supported in cryptocurrencies. However, as a safety catch, the preferred one is the tether coin, USDT. So, withdrawals accruing from the affiliate’s earnings are paid out in USDTs — i.e., if the company is legit and pays out the ROIs advertised.
Unfortunately, no BBI-DC Mining Review has found anything substantially tenable to go by in this scheme. Granted that mining is a viable option, it doesn’t necessarily mean that just any company or firm can effectively generate enough profits to sustain an 8%-ROI scheme.
Apart from the issue of piling all expected returns on the mining rigs, the company roadmap is alarming. Here is a glimpse below.
BBI-DC Mining Roadmap
Despite claiming to be a reputable entity with at least four (4) years of work experience, BBI-DC Mining doesn’t have anything to back up these details.
Even the location — the official channels show a U.S.-based address — is a feint. The actual address can’t possibly be in the U.S., considering the odd PR and traffic stats for the company.
For one, BBI-DC Mining attempts to redact some of its registered hosting info along with a string of publicly accessible details about the company’s alleged presence in the U.S.
This alone constitutes a possible infringement of the customer/provider contract. And it ought to be the weightiest deal-breaker for anyone interested in legit crypto mining.
As if this were not enough downside, the company offers a muck of untenable ROIs generated from the affiliate program. See the details in our BBI-DC Mining Review below.
BBI-DC Mining Review | Affiliate Packages
BBI-DC Mining averages an ROI package between 5% to 8%, which is calculable from the mining. Surprisingly, this isn’t realized by members actually mining cryptocurrencies via any tools rigged up by the platform. Then how does it work?
At the start, we mentioned that BBI-DC Mining rents out the process. Yet, members don’t get to acquire any of these services firsthand. Here is what happens.
Instead of purchasing and working on a processor, an affiliate merely pays for a “mining power”, which is only valid for a fixed period, after which the affiliate earns an ROI for the concluded mining cycle.
If anything, this easily implies that not one BBI-DC Mining affiliate has seen any actual mining processor owned by the company.
Regardless, our BBI-DC Mining Review finds the usual reward cycle and affiliate deals fraught with serious issues. We explain the unilevel plan here.
Supposedly, the affiliates purchase ASIC+ cached for several levels, starting from the lowest.
ASIC+/K6-04 — goes for $378 in USDT and generates 24.19 USDT for a validity period of fifty-seven (57) days.
ASIC+/K6-03 — goes for $198 in USDT and generates 11.88 USDT for a validity period of fifty-eight (58)
ASIC+/K6-02 — goes for $92 in USDT and generates 5.24 USDT for a validity period of fifty-nine (59) days
ASIC+/K6-01 — goes for $25 in USDT and generates 1.35 USDT for a validity period of sixty (60) days
Optimally, the following reward scheme is supported by most companies: a unilevel and binary team.
BBI-DC Mining Review | Unielevel Program
A unilevel matrix gives the top position to an affiliate, who recruits several members to the program. The affiliate’s referrals get the positions on the first level (Level 1), which goes beyond the usual two positions for a binary team.
Subsequent recruitments from the Level 1 affiliate start off Levels 1, 2, 3, and so on. Once these downlines reach a fixed ROI cap, the top affiliate gets paid depending on the weighted returns per level.
Our BBI-DC Mining Review doesn’t find this pattern on the company packages, though. But most loyalty programs tend to use it, making the flat invest-and-earn plan from BBI-DC Mining odd.
How to Sign-up | Register on BBI-DC Mining
BBI-DC Mining Review — the members get a referral code that allows them to sign-up on the portal and subsequently access the affiliate dashboard. However, those looking for a possible sign-up slip on the website can use the format below.
- Go to the official site.
- Click on the menu icon from the homepage to select REGISTER from the options.
- Once you can retrieve the sign-up slip, enter the relevant details as prompted by the on-screen cue (alternatively, check for quick guides appended to the spaces).
- Verify that the provided details are correct.
- Finally, click on REGISTER.
How to Login | BBI-DC Mining Review
Just like the Registration portal, affiliates can easily log in to their account via the referral code provided upon signing up for a package.
If the web option is the preferred entry point, though, then this procedure works generally (unless access is specifically for BBI-DC Mining affiliates).
Here is how the web login steps work.
Liaise with a BBI-DC Mining Provider for a referral code.
Open the link, and enter the relevant details as required.
Claim any coupons provided for first-timers (this isn’t always on the site).
Lastly, click on Login.
Alternatively, you can click on login from the website homepage, enter your membership email address and password, and click on the login icon.
Our BBI-DC Mining Review finds several downsides (ref. the section on BBI-DC Mining Roadmap above for the execs’ red flags) about the company. See the conclusion in the section below for details.
BBI-DC Mining Review Conclusion | Is it Legit?
BBI-DC Mining Review — the company is not legit, neither for crypto mining nor for a passive ROI investment.
The problem is the investment plan. It starts out paying ROIs from the get-go, without any disclosures of how the revenue is generated.
Also, people don’t get to mine cryptocurrencies with the platform. They merely pay for an ad banner splashed with an ASIC+ processor cache, but without any corresponding details to verify that the money is actually invested in the advertised packages.
Unless there is a published audit showing how the company generates revenue from crypto mining, BBI-DC Mining is reshuffling investments from newly-recruited members to those requesting withdrawals. That’s Ponzi.