Daily Freedom Challenge Review: Thirty-tier bitcoin gifting scheme
Daily Freedom Challenge provides no information on its website about who owns or runs the business.
The Daily Freedom Challenge website domain (“dailyfreedomchallenge.com”) was privately registered on January 5th, 2019.
I did come across multiple affiliate promoters citing Clifford Gholston as Daily Freedom Challenge’s owner.
This lead me to Daily Freedom Challenge’s official Facebook group, which was created by Gholston (right) in November, 2018.
Schemes Gholston has previously promoted include CryptoBitX (bitcoin gifting), Appi Travels (bitcoin gifting), CryptoGenX (bitcoin gifting), Karatbars International (pyramid scheme), VidCommX, Penny Matrix (pyramid scheme) and AdExperts (cycler Ponzi).
Gholston runs Daily Freedom Challenge out of of Missouri in the US.
Read on for a full review of the Daily Freedom Challenge MLM opportunity.
Daily Freedom Challenge Products
Daily Freedom Challenge has no retailable products or services, with affiliates only able to market Daily Freedom Challenge affiliate membership itself.
The Daily Freedom Challenge Compensation Plan
Daily Freedom Challenge affiliates gift funds to each other via thirty 2×2 matrices.
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 these first two positions into another two positions each (4 positions).
Positions in the matrix are filled when new and existing Daily Freedom Challenge affiliates gift funds to other affiliates.
Once all six positions in the matrix are filled, a “cycle” is triggered and the position cycles into the next matrix gifting tier.
Gifting payments across all thirty Daily Freedom Challenge gifting tiers are as follows:
- Matrix 1 (positions cost 20 cents) – receive 20 cents and cycle into Matrix 2
- Matrix 2 – receive 40 cents and cycle into Matrix 3
- Matrix 3 – receive 80 cents and cycle into Matrix 4
- Matrix 4 – receive $1.60 and cycle into Matrix 5
- Matrix 5 – receive $3.20 and cycle into Matrix 6
- Matrix 6 – receive $6.40 and cycle into Matrix 7
- Matrix 7 – receive $12.80 and cycle into Matrix 8
- Matrix 8 – receive $25.60 and cycle into Matrix 9
- Matrix 9 – receive $51.20 and cycle into Matrix 10
- Matrix 10 – receive $102.40 and cycle into Matrix 11
- Matrix 11 – receive $204.80 and cycle into Matrix 12
- Matrix 12 – receive $409.60 and cycle into Matrix 13
- Matrix 13 – receive $819.20 and cycle into Matrix 14
- Matrix 14 – receive $1638.40 and cycle into Matrix 15
- Matrix 15 – receive $3276.80 and cycle into Matrix 16
- Matrix 16 – receive $6553.60 and cycle into Matrix 17
- Matrix 17 – receive $13,107.20 and cycle into Matrix 18
- Matrix 18 – receive $26,214.40 and cycle into Matrix 19
- Matrix 19 – receive $52,428.80 and cycle into Matrix 20
- Matrix 20 – receive $104,857.60 and cycle into Matrix 21
- Matrix 21 – receive $209,715.20 and cycle into Matrix 22
- Matrix 22 – receive $419,430.40 and cycle into Matrix 23
- Matrix 23 – receive $838,860.80 and cycle into Matrix 24
- Matrix 24 – receive $1,677,721.60 and cycle into Matrix 25
- Matrix 25 – receive $3,355,443.20 and cycle into Matrix 26
- Matrix 26 – receive $6,710,886.40 and cycle into Matrix 27
- Matrix 27 – receive $13,421,772.80 and cycle into Matrix 28
- Matrix 28 – receive $26,843,545.60 and cycle into Matrix 29
- Matrix 29 – receive $53,687,091.20 and cycle into Matrix 30
- Matrix 30 – receive $322,122,547.20
Additionally a 100% Matching Bonus is paid on gifting payments received by personally recruited affiliates.
Joining Daily Freedom Challenge
Daily Freedom Challenge affiliate membership is tied to a 20 cent gifting payment.
Note that all payments within Daily Freedom Challenge (both paid and received) are made in bitcoin.
The lure of lowball gifting schemes like Daily Freedom Challenge is the minimal outlay.
This sucks people who don’t bother to consider the impossible math behind Daily Freedom Challenge’s touted $429.4 million dollar payout.
One 20 cent Daily Freedom Challenge gifting position tops out at $858.9 million dollars.
To put that into perspective, that’s 4.2 billion ten cent gifting payments.
And it’s 4.2 billion in a perfect world, where a Daily Freedom Challenge affiliate’s matrix fills linearly.
In the real world the company-wide matrix won’t fill linearly, meaning the actual amount of gifting payments for just one $858.9 million dollar payout is higher.
The point of mathematical analysis is that first off the chance that any Daily Freedom Challenge matrix positions get anywhere near the upper matrix tiers is zero.
So why launch an impossible gifting scheme?
Like I said, the lowball 20 cent entry cost is set to entice as many people to sign up as possible.
Clifford Gholston and the rest of the Daily Freedom Challenge admins (Alex Beverly Lindsey Hansen, Rhonda Brooks, Warwick Edgar, Tom Graciano, Paul Igbedion and Catherine Weston on Facebook), don’t care if the matrix tiers are impossible.
They have one goal and one goal only, to suck as much bitcoin from as many people as possible.
This is achieved through preloaded admin positions, through which the majority of gifted funds are stolen.
Remember, each tier increases the amount of twenty cent payments to the Daily Freedom Challenge admins. Thus even if you make a bit on the lower tiers, you’re still ultimately losing most of it to the admins in the long run.
As you’re losing bitcoin to them, affiliates who join after you and gift in lose bitcoin to you.
Eventually recruitment collapses however, resulting in the majority of Daily Freedom Challenge affiliates losing money.
And if the math isn’t enough to sway you, there’s always the fact that cash gifting is illegal the world over.