Click Intensity launched last year as a $25 in, $30 out adcredit Ponzi scheme.

Just shy of a year from launch, Click Intensity appears to be on the way out:

No doubt desperate to raise ROI revenue, Click Intensity is now gearing up to enter the pump and dump MLM cryptocurrency niche.

Set to launch any day now, Click Intensity are calling their new cryptocurrency Ads Cash Coin.

As far as I know there isn’t a public website for the scheme yet. Information is currently only being drip fed to a closed Facebook group of just over a thousand members.

Here’s what we know so far:

  • around 35 million pre-mined Ads Cash Coins currently exist
  • Ads Cash Coin is currently not publicly tradeable (ie. it’s value is entirely made up by Click Intensity’s admins)
  • Click Intensity affiliates will receive 100 pre-mined Ads Cash Coins at no cost
  • Ads Cash Coins can be “purchased” at 2.5 cents each with Click Intensity monopoly money backoffice funds

The use of backoffice monopoly money to purchase is key, as it enables Click Intensity to reduce its adcredit ROI liability.

From an admin perspective, gullible affiliates will convert adcredit ROI liability (which is money that doesn’t exist) into Ads Cash Coins.

The monopoly money will then be tied up indefinitely with Ads Cash Coins, with the hope being that hypey marketing promising an increase in value of Ads Cash Coin will encourage new real money investment.

Ads Cash Coin doesn’t cost Click Intensity anything to produce (it’s a script that spits out points), so they can redirect what they need to pay down adcredit ROIs.

That’s assuming it all goes to plan, which it probably won’t. The majority of affiliates who have signed up for the Ads Cash Coins group mathematically can’t have withdrawn more than they invested.

That’s on top of however many affiliates gave up recovering their money and wrote off losses throughout 2016.

So out of the gate, Ads Cash Coin is going to be burdened with desperate affiliates hoping to recoup Ponzi losses. Those that have made money will do so again, via referral commissions tied to Ads Cash Coin investment (only on real money investment though).

Once pre-mined coins have been allocated to existing Click Intensity affiliates, recruitment of new unsuspecting victims will commence.

This will easily raise the price of the coin from 2.5 cents a coin launch price to 0.25 cents to 0.50 cents just within launch and then easy to a $1 in 90 days of launch and then up to $10-$25 in 12 months thereafter to 24 months.

The Achilles’ Heel of Ads Cash Coin however is the same as any other MLM pump and dump altcoin: The coin itself has no real-world application.

Outside of being told their investment of 2.5 cents will transform into $10 to $25 within a year, nobody outside of Click Intensity has any reason to invest.

Whereas a public coin would crash in this scenario (after an initial burst of trading activity among affiliates), Ads Cash Coin won’t because Click Intensity are able to manipulate the coin value as they see fit.

Prices will be regualted [sic] based on growth of prelaunch system which directly co-relates [sic] to coin distribution.

The more real money is invested, the higher the assigned value of Ads Cash Coins.

Click Intensity could of course just fudge the value and base it on nothing (a decline in value would prompt a bank run), but let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

What you need to ask yourself if you didn’t lose money in Click Intensity and are thinking of investing in Ads Cash Coin, is who is going to pay you once your money has been used to pay off existing investors?

*cue crickets and tumbleweeds rolling by*