Centurion Network Review: Centurion Coin Ponzi points
There is no information on the Centurion Network website indicating who owns or runs the business. The website currently displays a timer, presumably counting down to the Centurion Network launch.
The Centurion Network website domain (“centurionlab.org”) was privately registered on November 16th, 2016.
Further research reveals an associated Centurion Network charity named Centurion Foundation.
The “staff” page of the website appears to list people involved in Centurion Network, some of which have ties to the MLM underbelly.
The first person listed is “Gustavo Artusio”.
This is a screenshot of Claudio Gustavo Artusio speaking at a My Advertising Pays event. The image is part of a profile image for a YouTube account bearing the name “Claudio e Claudia Artusio”:
Claudio Artusio (right) is from Italy and was an affiliate in the My Advertising Pays Ponzi scheme. My Advertising Pays collapsed late last year and has since been rebooted as The Advertising Platform.
Other individuals listed on the Centurion Foundation have a history in network marketing:
- Sunitkumar Patel (FGXpress)
- Pascal Federle (Sisel)
- Vincent Piscitello (Organo Gold)
- Gianvito Ricciardone (Sisel)
- Benedetto Cancemi (no specific company but lots of marketing coaching on his Facebook page)
- Fabrizio Di Silvio (Sisel)
- Nicole Ganier (Sisel, FGXpress)
The exact nature of professional relationship between those listed on the Centurion Foundation website with Centurion Network is unclear.
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.
The Centurion Network Product Line
Centurion Network has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Centurion Network affiliate membership itself.
Centurion Network affiliates invest in Centurion Coin, a cryptocurrency owned by the anonymous admins behind Centurion Network.
At the time of publication Centurion Coin does not appear on any public cryptocurrency exchanges. Centurion Network have however set up Centurion Network blockchain and mining pool websites.
The only transaction recorded thus far is a single transfer of 50,000,000 CNT last December. This is presumably the Centurion Network admin(s) reserving a sizable amount of Centurion Coin for themselves.
The Centurion Network Compensation Plan
The Centurion Network compensation plan sees affiliates invest in the Centurion cryptocurrency. The hope is the value of Centurion will rise and the affiliate will be able to earn a ROI.
Centurion Network affiliates are also paid to recruit new affiliates via
- direct recruitment commissions
- residual recruitment commissions paid out via a binary compensation structure and
- a unilevel matching bonus
Bonus Pools and a Car Bonus are also available.
At the time of publication the specific details of Centurion Network’s compensation were not publicly available.
Joining Centurion Network
Centurion Network affiliate membership is tied to investment in one of the following packages:
- Free – €30 EUR (yes you’re not reading that wrong, the “free” option actually costs money)
- Basic – €200 EUR
- Advanced – €500 EUR
- Professional – 1000 EUR
Secret €1500 EUR “Master Centurion” and €5000 EUR “Primus Centurion” affiliate packages are also available.
Note that Centurion Network only accept investment via bitcoin.
Centurion Network presents itself as yet another entry into the MLM pump and dump altcoin cryptocurrency niche.
Centurion as it stands is currently not publicly tradeable, meaning it is under the control of the anonymous owner(s) of Centurion Network.
They can thus manipulate the price, relegating Centurion Coin to nothing more than Ponzi points.
The value of Centurion Coin determined how much of a ROI a Centurion Network can realize, by selling the coin on an exchange.
With Centurion Coin not publicly tradeable, Centurion Coin will only be exchangeable via a platform under the control of Centurion Network.
This flow of money between affiliates constitutes Ponzi fraud, paying out a ROI set by Centurion Network.
The MLM side of the business is pyramid fraud, with Centurion Network affiliates paid to recruit new affiliates.
Although we don’t know the percentages of specific payouts, the binary/unilevel combination is the most common seen in MLM altcoin pump and dump scams.
Of particular note is Centurion Network only accepting bitcoin for investment. This leaves no paper trail for affiliates to follow in the event of a collapse.
It also means the anonymous owners behind Centurion Network can squirrel away what they steal with relative ease. It appears some of the funds invested into Centurion Network will be laundered through an inhouse charity (yes, straight out of the OneCoin playbook).
In addition to the ROI Ponzi offering, Centurion Network are also engaged in securities fraud. The company currently offers a “100% guarantee” on Primus Centurion investment.
This guarantee sees Centurion Network offer to buy back Centurion Coins for €0.5 EUR each in 2019, irrespective of the current price of the coin.
There is no indication Centurion Coin have registered their securities offering with a regulator in any jurisdiction.
As with all Ponzi/pyramid schemes, once affiliate recruitment dies down Centurion Network will collapse.
Affiliates in MLM pump and dump altcoin scams lose their money and are left with altcoins they can’t do anything with.
Centurion Coin is no different, with it having no practical use outside of the Centurion Network income opportunity. Once Centurion Network collapses, the value of Centurion Coin will also collapse.
Oz how many of these shitcoins last 1 year?
The ones that go public usually dwindle for a few years until the coin is dropped by public exchanges (can be long after the MLM opportunity has collapsed).
The Ponzi points ones (eg. OneCoin) last as long as the company signs up new affiliates.
well… without right informations… 100% of new company looks like scam.
I can say… pay attention to write bad things. Some scam guru just don’t are able to see 2 inch over their nose.
“Right information” = lies from scammers promoting Centurion Network?
This review is based on Centurion Network’s compensation plan, that’s about as “right information” as you can get.
Be careful of what you write because you can go in a lot of trouble legally. I knew personally Claudio Artusio and is not the person you describe here.
He is an hard worker and transparent in everything. I didn’t join the project of this Starbit because i have already a lot of work. But what i can say is that CENTURION AND STARBIT (Ozedit: Snip. Nobody said anything about Starbit. Offtopic derail attempts removed.)
As head of Centurion Network Claudio Artusio is a Ponzi scammer. Whether you have a hard on for him is neither here nor there.
Which ponzi scammer in his or her right mind would allow him or herself to appear in front of a court to explain how his / her business is legitimate and he / she has been defamed ???
The worst that could happen is a dirty letter from a pet lawyer.
You’re as full of it as “Claudio”.
Yet you can’t name a SINGLE alleged mistake…. Tsk tsk tsk.
The comment about Starbit was on target.
Starbit is a re-branding of the Centurion/Cryptonetwork scam
When launched, cryptonetwork was the MLM side of the CNT Centurion cryptocurrency.
Cryptonewtork was selling mining packages of this cryptocurrency.
But things weren’t going well (as the cryptocurrency’s value was falling) and in may they have completely re-branded everything.
Cryptonewtork has stopped selling “mining” of their cryptocurrency
A new company (Starbit)has been formed, with a MLM promoting the sale of Brutus, a so -called “artificial intelligence” to trade cryptocurrencies. The software is being rented ad 0.4 BTC per two months, or at 1.5BTc per year.
The people behind Starbit are the same that were behind cryptonetwork/centurion (Riccardo Vieri, Luana Sicari, Giovanni Lionetti, Gustavo Artusio …).
All cryptonetwork’s affiliates have been migrated to Starbit.
I guess affiliates are having a bad time, as they have been forced to change their business.
Before, they were selling “mining”: easily to explain and well marketable.
Now, they are selling “a software that automatically trades cryptocurrencies for you”. Bear in mind that the cost is rather high (around 0.2 BTC per month) and this would mean that to recoup the cost you should earn by trading at least that amount. This presumably means that you need to invest a rather large sum in order to hope to have such a return.
TLDR: Starbit is a re-targeting and re-branding of Centurion/Cryptonetwork: different business, same people, same scam
I’ve had Starbit International in my review list for over a week. Last I checked the website was a mess and there was no compensation plan details available.
Centurion is not a scam and you will see.
The mining pool is public. You can buy this coin on different exchanges.
Also they will improve the blockchain very soon, plus 5 000 000 of centurion to help the kids around the world. I will do my investment as soon i get paid i will put 500$ in centurion.
Unfortunately i cannot afford a mining cloud or a mining pc but i am pretty sure they have plans for the promotion of centurion for what i’ve heard in a webinar this week.
I suggest you to contact me if you want more information about this project. I am none here but i want see centurion climb coinmarketcap.
How is Centurion Network funding their guaranteed buyback?
And what use, outside speculative investment by those in the MLM opportunity, does Centurion Coin have?
Just like every other MLM altcoin, once affiliate recruitment dies down Centurion Coin too will collapse.
I read All articale which write by behindmlm. I totaly disagree with the person which right this worng and fake articsle……… all info in it is totaly worng…. he is Centurion is not apper. It appear in 5 exchaanges and you can exchangr CNT Coin in Bitcoin. ETH. AND LTC SO
SO I request this bloger that dont miss lead people to just earn money …. dear remember which you earn it already in your luck but its on you that you earn from right way or worng way….. so i chalange this bloger and i take screen short and soon i publish it in with answrr and show people that you are public worng info tu just earn money….
1. Cnt is legal and real coin which can exchange in btc . Eth .ltc
2. You can buy and sale from 5 dofferent exchanges.
3. The plan which you show its totaly worng and thats not CNT plan.
So please always try to say truth i dont know that you agree with me or not but remember when any one answer your question then alwalys knowldgeable person accept right and go on right way…….
^^ The review is clearly date-stamped.
Seeing as your English is terrible I’m assuming this is a comprehension problem on your end.
Looking at CNT trading activity, I’d guess you’re one of the new recruits pumping up trading volume.
Best of luck with your worthless altcoin. We’ll still be here when you realize you’ve been swindled in just another altcoin pump and dump (that did, for the record, begin as Ponzi points).