Crypto Pros doesn’t appear to currently have a functioning website.

“Founding members” are being recruited through private Google Forms and YouTube videos.

Crypto Pros will be launching soon. You have an opportunity to become a Founding Member and be placed in the 2 x 20 matrix prior to the public launch by pre purchasing Crypto Pros ad packages.

Positioning will be by time stamp order with sponsor protacol [sic] maintained.

An email address used to coordinate “Founding Member” payments points to the domain “”.

The domain was privately registered on May 5th, 2018, and is currently not configured to point at a website.

Further research reveals Crypto Pros marketing videos hosted by Frank Hester (goes by Robert Hester on Facebook).

In a November 14th video on his “Coinpressions Official” YouTube channel, Hester (right) states:

Hey guys, Frank here. Just a real quick update for our Founding Members in Crypto Pros.

It is Wednesday November the 14th and we’re getting close to the delivery date for the script that I ordered for Crypto Pros.

This all but confirms Hester is the admin behind Crypto Pros.

Frank Hester resides in the US state of Texas, which is also presumably where Crypto Pros is being operated from.

Prior to Crypto Pros Hester ran Coinpressions, a matrix-based pyramid scheme.

Alexa traffic estimates for Coinpressions show a steady decline throughout 2018. This coincides with the launch of “Coinpression2” in January.

Coinpressions launched in late 2017 (~September) and appears to have gone into decline and collapsed within a few months.

Coinpressions2 went the same way with Hester laying the foundation for Crypto Pros’ launch back in August:

Crypto Pros will be Hester’s third company launch in just over a year.

Other MLM companies Hester has promoted throughout 2018 include MyEconTeam National, Eyeline Trading, Qube Trade (collapsed crypto Ponzi, rebooted as Trio Trader), NetQube, 1 Online Business, 3T Networks, Crazy Ad Profits, CryptoTab and Savings Highway.

Most of the companies above are outright pyramid and/or Ponzi schemes.

Read on for a full review of the Crypto Pros MLM opportunity.

Crypto Pros Products

Crypto Pros has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Crypto Pros affiliate membership itself.

Crypto Pros affiliates purchase matrix positions.

Bundled with each position purchase are ad credits, which can be used to display advertising on the Crypto Pros website.

The Crypto Pros Compensation Plan

Crypto Pros affiliates purchase positions in a 2×20 matrix.

A 2×20 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 these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).

Levels three to twenty of the matrix are generated in the same manner, with each new level housing twice as many positions as the previous level.

Commissions are paid when positions in the matrix are filled.

Positions are filled via position purchases by subsequently recruited Crypto Pros affiliates.

Rather than purchase one position, Crypto Pros has affiliates purchase positions in bundles:

  1. 15 positions for $30
  2. 31 positions for $62
  3. 63 positions for $126 and
  4. 127 positions for $254

When purchased in bulk, positions are stacked under one another, with each position sitting at the top of its own 2×20 matrix within the first positions 2×20 matrix (think new binary positions being placed inside an existing binary team).

This all happens within the company-wide 2×20 matrix, allowing affiliates to earn multiple times on positions filled below their own.

For each position filled in a Crypto Pros affiliate’s matrix, the company pays a 4.5 cent commission.

Note that 25% of all commissions paid out must be put towards new matrix positions.

Finally, a 100% Matching Bonus is paid on matrix commissions earned by personally recruited affiliates.

Joining Crypto Pros

Crypto Pros affiliate membership is tied to the purchase of matrix positions:

  1. 15 positions for $30
  2. 31 positions for $62
  3. 63 positions for $126 and
  4. 127 positions for $254

The more positions an affiliate purchases, the higher their income potential via Crypto Pros’ compensation plan.


Coinpressions, Coinpressions2 and the boatload of scams Frank Hester has promoted, are a good indication of what to expect with Crypto Pros.

The business model is a basic pyramid scheme, with all commissions paid out in Crypto Pros tied to direct or indirect recruitment.

As far as cryptocurrency goes, the only tie in I could see was the mention of “raining bitcoin” in some of Hester’s marketing material.

In an attempt to avoid regulatory attention, most likely payments in and out of Crypto Pros are going to be handled in bitcoin.

As with Coinpressions and Coinpressions2, as affiliate recruitment drops off Crypto Pros will first stall and then collapse.

As per Hester’s social media posts, he and his Coinpressions followers have preloaded Crypto Pros to the eyeballs:

And that’s on top of however many admin positions Hester will create for himself.

When Crypto Pros is opened to the public, Naturally Hester and friends will receive the majority of funds attached to position purchases.

At any given time the majority of Crypto Pros affiliates will not have recovered their initial spend (mathematically impossible). Which means that when Crypto Pros inevitably fizzles, they lose out.


Update 29th December 2019 – Crypto Pros’ compensation plan, as reviewed here, is out of date.

On December 29th, 2019, BehindMLM published an updated Crypto Pros Review.