Lottoday emerged in mid 2023 as a gambling ruse within the Mavie Global.

That seems to have come and gone. Now Lottoday is an NFT Ponzi grift, in addition to Mavie Global’s Ultron shitcoin Ponzi.

Mavie Global is dressing up its latest Ponzi ruse through Lottoday as “gaming hub NFTs”.

Lottoday of course has nothing to do with gaming. Mavie Global affiliates invest 100 to 100,000 USDT into NFT investment positions.

This is done on the promise of a passive daily return, or “daily returns” as Mavie Global puts it in their Lottoday marketing.

Lottoday NFT returns cap out at 1000%…

…from a 200 USDT ROI on a 100 USDT investment, to 1,000,000 USDT ROI on a 100,000 USDT investment.

And of course early Mavie Global Lottoday investors are able to cash out faster than the bagholders who invest after them.

As with Mavie Global and its original Ultron Ponzi scheme, Lottoday isn’t registered with financial regulators in any jurisdiction.

As of January 2023, SimilarWeb tracks top sources of traffic to Lottoday’s website as Hungary (27%), Russia (11%), Kazakhstan (10%) France (9%) and Spain (6%).

Corresponding securities regulators for these jurisdictions are:

  • Hungary – National Bank of Hungary
  • Russia – Central Bank of Russia
  • Kazakhstan –  Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Regulation and Development of Financial Market
  • France – Autorité des Marchés Financiers
  • Spain – Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores

By failing to register its Lottoday securities offering with financial regulators, Mavie Global is committing securities fraud.

This leaves consumers unable to verify claims of Lottoday generating external revenue through its gaming platform.

The reason for this is there is no revenue. Lottoday is a Ponzi scheme.

Mavvie Global is run by former Givvo Ponzi scammer Michal Prazenica.

Native to Europe, Prazenica has since fled to Dubai. Sheltered by Dubai’s authorities, Mavie Global continues to defraud consumers across Europe.