Autoxify Review: TRON smart-contract Ponzi cycler
Autoxify provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the company.
Autoxify’s website domain (“autoxify.com”) was privately registered on July 18th, 2020.
As always, if an MLM company is not openly upfront about who is running or owns it, think long and hard about joining and/or handing over any money.
Autoxify has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Autoxify affiliate membership itself.
Autoxify’s Compensation Plan
Autoxify affiliates purchase 400 TRX positions in 3×1 and 3×2 matrix cyclers.
A 3×1 matrix is simple in nature, requiring only three positions to be filled to generate a cycle.
A 2×2 matrix places an affiliate at the top of a matrix with two positions directly under them.
These two positions form the first level of the matrix. The second level of the matrix is generated by splitting each of these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Once all six positions are filled, a cycle is triggered.
Newly recruited Autoxify affiliates sign up and purchase a 400 TRX worth of cycler positions.
This 400 TRX buy-in is split into six 80 TRX matrix cycler positions.
Initially an Autoxify affiliate receives one 3×1 and one 2×2 matrix cycler position.
After three days the system creates an additional three 3×1 cycler positions.
Commissions paid across both the 3×1 and 3×2 matrices are as follows:
3×1 matrix cycler commissions pay on the first two positions. The third position is used to generate a new 3×1 matrix.
On the first tier this equates to 160 TRX and 80 TRX paid upline (used to generate a new tier 1 position.
The math provided by Autoxify makes little sense, as they somehow arrive at 800 TRX from three 80 TRX matrix positions:
There’s supposed to be twenty cycler tiers but given tier 2 costs 160 to enter, that’s 100% of cycle commissions generated on tier 1.
This follows through down to tier 20, leaving no TRX to actually be earned in commissions until tier 20.
If that’s the case, then nothing is actually made until the tier 20 83,886,080 TRX payout.
2×2 matrix cycler positions pay on the first three positions of level two of the matrix.
The first two positions are paid upline and the last sixth position is used to generate a new same-tier cycler position.
For tier 1 this equates to 240 TRX generated and a new tier 1 matrix position.
As with the 3×1 matrix, math provided by Autoxify for the twenty 2×2 matrix cycler tiers doesn’t add up.
Autoxify affiliate membership is free.
Full participation in the attached income opportunity costs are at a minimum 400 TRX.
As I was going through Autoxify’s marketing material, I came across a line about math that triggered my memory;
I went hunting through my archives and sure enough, this was the same tagline used by OpenAlexa.
OpenAlexa is an ethereum smart-contract Ponzi scheme. Here’s the same tagline used in their marketing material:
Autoxify appears to be a TRON based clone run by the same people.
According to Alexa, visits to OpenAlexa’s website are on the decline. This means recruitment is down, in turn signalling OpenAlexa is on the way to a collapse.
Autoxify is the same OpenAlpha smart-contract Ponzi model rebooted with TRON.
As with OpenAlpha, when Autoxify recruitment inevitably declines the matrices will stall.
This will eventually trigger a collapse, resulting in the majority of Autoxify affiliates losing money.