Hyperverse affiliates instructed to destroy HyperFund evidence
As HyperFund transitions into its next Hyperverse reboot, affiliate investors have been instructed to delete evidence of the previous Ponzi scheme.
As per a communication from HyperFund’s compliance department sent out yesterday, affiliate investors were ordered
to delete everything pertaining to HyperFund (not just change the name).
The stated reason for the deletion of evidence is because ” HyperFund no longer exists.”
All websites, training, videos, funnels, email campaigns, chat groups, etc. ALL must be deleted completely.
HyperFund’s Hyperverse reboot comes during the 2021 holiday shopping season. This is typically when Ponzi schemes experience a cash crunch, as investors withdraw funds to cover end of year expenses.
Hyperverse also follows several recent regulatory warnings against HyperFund, the disappearance of owner Ryan Xu (aka Zijing Xu), and appointment of Boris CEO Steven Reece Lewis.
Over the last few months India, the UK, New Zealand, Guernsey, Germany and Bermuda, have all taken regulatory action against HyperFund.
As for Hyperverse’s launch, the company’s website went live approximately 24 hours ago.
Initial examination suggests HyperFund will transition into an NFT centric Ponzi scheme, integrated into a space-themed gaming experience.
As the HyperVerse is an NFT-based world, a trading system is required to complement the world.
The Nebula platform enables voyagers to purchase and sell NFTs, trade currencies, or offer their services.
The platform serves as a link between the HyperVerse and the real world by allowing for the conversion of assets between the two realms.
MLM NFT crypto Ponzi schemes operating through shitty mobile games has emerged as a trend.
The first example documented here on BehindMLM was Crowd1’s Planet IX back in April.
In that sense Hyperverse is extremely late to the ruse. As one of the largest MLM Ponzi schemes currently operating though, that’s unlikely to make a difference.
Hypervere’s NFTs are new shiny object syndrome in action.
Don’t ask about disabled withdrawals or what will happen to your HU and MOF Ponzi points. Just give us more money for some crappy clipart we paid some random third-party to come up with.
On that note, it’ll be interesting to see if Hyperverse accepts HU or MOF for its NFTs.
The company represents these tokens have value outside of HyperFund’s Ponzi scheme, let’s see if they keep up the charade.
If it walks like a duck, and talks like a duck; chances are it’s probably a duck!
From my deep dive into HyperFund/HyperVerse, in practice, it operates nothing like any of your scam/busting articles suggest.
In fact, they appear to have done and are still doing what they promote that they will do. No evidence of a Ponzi scheme, as Ponzi scheme is defined.
Withdrawals, and all other interactive features, were disabled for 1 day while the website was transitioned and upgraded.
All of those functions were restored days ago after 24 hours, as they advertised.
And it’s not transitioning to “gaming” and NFT. Those are merely expanded opportunities being added to the platform.
You invest in HyperFund on the promise of a 200%/300% ROI. That ROI is paid out of subsequently invested funds.
Literally a Ponzi scheme.
Withdrawals were disabled late November. They were still down when I covered the disabling on December 1st.
I don’t see any mention of HyperFund, HU or MOF on the Hyperverse website. Do you?
Try harder scammers.
How do I withdraw my HU and make money from them?
If you have to ask it’s already too late.
Withdrawals are still available but not sure why you are asking on here. Ask whoever referred you.
Type in browser “thehyperfund.com” and it will take you directly to “thehyperverse.net”.
Affilates of these scammers are lazy bastards. =))
Withdrawals ARE NOT WORKING!!!!! PLEASE DON’T WRITE THEY WORK NOT WORKING!!!
Literally you don’t know what your talking about. Several people including myself have withdrawn over the past couple days and things are working as expected and as promised.
I can tell that you’re not really a member. LOL is all I can do. Right to the bank.
Whether you can withdraw or not is irrelevant to HyperFund collapsing and Hyperverse being a rebooted Ponzi scheme.
Also something is up with MOF, zero volume recorded over the past few days. Looks like someone might have screwed up the TRC-20 fork.
I didn’t cover this in an article but the real reason for the fork was so Hyperverse could blow the monopoly money token amount to 100 billion, up from 100 million on ERC-20.
CMC’s current recorded value is $2.06. OKEX, which seems to be the only place to cash out the TRC-20 MOF, is trading at $0.0052.
Lol @ 99.98% reduction in your Ponzi points. Sorry for your loss.
Once again, you are incorrect. You’re of course offering your services though, right? Laughable.
Don’t feel sorry for us. We’re winning over here.
The only service I’m offering Hyperverse’s MOF bagholders is “sorry for your loss”.
Facts are facts. $0.0052 lolololol.
In an interesting development they appear to have done away with all that space gaming NFT nonsense.
Why is no one on here commenting saying they have invested and lost money?
My older brother uses hyperverse, he’s made a good profit from there already and withdrew already.
There’s still money in there but even if it turns out to a be a ponzi the only money in there is profit made from the app so at the end of the day they still get a thumbs up. Made us money either way.
By the time that happens it’s over and too late.
Good recent example of that here (read the comments): https://behindmlm.com/companies/pgi-global-collapses-new-ceo-and-svp-exit-scam/
If that’s all you’re concerned about (most scammers are), then yeah. HyperFund and Hyperverse offer you a great “steal money from people because me and my brother are scumbags” experience.
Where’s this coming from? Hyperverse’s website is the same “space lulz” mess uploaded 2 weeks ago.
Armed robbery also gets you money
In both cases it’s blood money and real victims but hey,if that’s how you keep your conscience clean thats between you and your maker
If MOF has tanked and that’s the only way for people to get the money out isn’t it already too late?
I was expecting some panic from people as well tbh.
One of the first things that happens when an MLM Ponzi collapses is the uplines who, after the admins, stole the most amount of money, start up the hope machine.
There is a lag between an MLM Ponzi collapse and victims coming forward. Sometimes we’ll even get them on here in outright denial.
Then it’s the inevitable hOw Do I gEt My MoNeY bAcK?, which I mostly send to the spam-bin these days.
Not confirming Hyperverse has collapsed until I can, but that’s what usually happens.
Hyperverse’s website being static and broken for going on two weeks now isn’t a good sign for investors.
Also CMC’s MOF chart is reflecting shenanigans going on in the backend.
Went from $2 to under a cent over the last few hours. OKEX still showing ~$0.0043.
Hyperverse is working fine with HDAO.
Doesn’t change the fact it’s a Ponzi.
When we can withdraw our HU points thru MOF?
Anytime you give someone your money you should be asking yourself how do I know I will get it back plus the stated return, but most important is the principal.
If the company is in a jurisdiction in which you have NO Recourse then how do you expect to get what you were told?
Only as long as they feel like it and not one minute longer. They control your access and they make you wait 600 days to get the full benefit.
200 days just to get your principal back, if you don’t rebuy.
Can I borrower $10k from you for 6.7 months at NO interest? I promise to pay you back as long as I can afford to. 🙂
Oz, do you know how a split works in blockchain?
I think not.
they switched from ERC to TRC tokens, doing a 1000x multiplier on tokens.
That said, Hoo and other exchanges that did the split and updated, gave the user +1000x tokens. so If you had 1 MOF, you now have 1000 MOF.
THat said, again, MOF value cannot be the same. MOF value will decrease as a result of the 1000x more tokens. actual value should’ve been 0.002, but instead, it doubled in the meantime.
NOW, it’s 0.003, if you had 1000 MOF back then, you now have 1000000 MOF, worth the exact same USD value, or a bit more (market fluctuation).
See here – https://behindmlm.com/companies/hyperfund/hyperverse-nft-ponzi-launch-delayed-till-2022/#comment-446654
Put a good chunk of cash into buying a hyperfund/now hyperverse membership last year and 100% agree with people saying that if you do your research you will see that the company owners are well-respected whales in the industry, so much so that many governments, universities and corporations seek Ryans advice.
He is not missing, in fact, he is innovating like always, growing the company and its good reputation outside this Behind MLM hatter.
The video from compliance was not telling members to delete all “evidence” of hyperfund.. that is misinformation. It was actually laying out the rules so that the company adheres to stick regulations.
Some members were being disrespectful and not following the rules, so they are being warned that if they do not stop misrepresenting the company that they will be reported and could have their memberships revoked if they do not start removing uncompliant investment language.
This never was an “investment” it was always a membership with HyperUnit rewards that can be redeemed once you reach 50HU for another membership or withdrawn for crypto on regular exchanges.
The goal of hyperverse is to grow a loyal membership base, and educate members about the blockchain industry so that everyone can understand and get free from the broken fiat debt based financial system.
I think its rad that our company moved into the metaverse and nft markets it allows us as members to just have access to more wonderful opportunities. From what I understand (and have personal experience in the matter) a PONZI Scheme is run by a person that is stealing the money from the company.
They scam people to invest in a fake opportunity like a hedge fund and then pay off a person with a new persons money.
SO they are robbing you and have no money outside of the scam. Its very disabling and a horrible experience. Hyperverse owners are multi million/billionairs they make money from exchanges they own, from angel investments they back, from working for governments, a lot of money comes in from mining, and just so so so many other sources.
They do not take any money from hyperverse members actually. They give a modest .5% membership boost a day in rewards which indeed is 182% annually which is why i took money out of the bank and put it in here.
I can say for sure I have already withdrawn the equivalent amount of reward HU points that I originally put in, and thank god everyday for this opportunity as well as my friends and family. Especially during covid when people are loosing their ability to earn money.
It is so nice having access to daily rewards that can be cashed out on proper exchanges. Furthermore a huge reason that MOF was taken off the etherium blockchain was the ridiculous gas fees.
Now on the tron network it will only be $1 to withdraw your points onto an exchange. Before the split it was $20-$50 which the company wanted to improve on.
^^ preserved for the lulz and sorry for your loss.
Whew this lady took a chug of the peacepipe and never took a normal breath after.
Fun game for a slow Christmas holiday:
1) Take a piece of paper.
2) Draw a line down the middle.
3) In the left side, list all the times someone participating in the Hyper**** scheme has claimed that governments, universities and significant businesses have sought advice from serial failed entrepreneur Ryan Xu.
4) In the right side, list all the times unis governments etc etc have talked about taking advice from Xu out of their own mouths or in independent media.
5) Congratulations, you have just saved yourself from losing any remaining liquid funds you were going to dump into Hyper****.
Do you believe that just because they told you? If it is true, then they should be able to prove this with audited financial reports.
The owners know they have to submit reports to regulators to offer their services legally. It would be easy for them to do this if they have nothing to hide.
Of course, there are no audited financials, because the money used to pay withdrawals comes from new members.
The owners will say anything to convince people that Hyperverse is not a ponzi, because that’s what the scam depends on.
Blockchain Hlobal is a mining company owned by Ryan XU recently collapsed owing $41 million to investors. Can that be explained ?
You are the same as all the others, introducing nonsense to steer people away without even the benefit of an inside look… or a conversation with someone who has greatly benefitted from the Hyperfund/Hyperverse.
Being one of these very grateful people, I’ve learned enough to see the broader international perspective of growth for people around the world. People are being drawn in to the crypto space, and given education that would be hard to grasp otherwise.
Personally I’ve been with this for just over 14 months, and have experienced the full spectrum of starting out with a small amount, following the path, growing more confidence, and withdrawing a very healthy return. Everyone should be grateful for the progress made that is giving people in many countries a means of rising up.
And you should be ashamed of yourselves for injecting fear.
1. Hyperverse committing securities fraud because it’s a Ponzi scheme isn’t “nonsense”.
2. How does being “inside” the scam change Hyperverse being a Ponzi scheme?
The rest of your comment is a great example of why you should absolutely take everything someone in a Ponzi scheme says with a grain of salt.
You left out the part where after HyperFund collapsed, withdrawals got stuffed and now the only way people can withdraw is by taking massive losses on the dollar through bonus pools.
bUt I sToLe MoNeY != due-diligence
IT definitely is A PONZI SCHEME. Hyper fund/hyper verse IS NOT ALLOWING THEIR VICTIMS TO MAKE SECOND WITHDRAWALS…
I HAVE AUTHENTICATED PROOF. Victims (members/investors) are still waiting for withdrawals for a year now (I HAVE PROOF) PLEASE IGNORE THE “TEAM LEADERS” who are still soliciting you to put money in this ponzi scheme…
Please join those many Legal actions which are being filed against HYPER FUND/HYPER VERSE.