Golden Farm fails to provide ownership or executive information on its website.

Golden Farm’s website domain (“”), was first registered in December 2016. The private registration was last updated on October 2nd, 2023.

As of November 2023, SimilarWeb tracked top sources of traffic to Golden Farm’s website as Venezuela (18%), Iraq (17%), Bulgaria (16%), Brazil (13%) and France (5%).

Of note is Golden Farm’s use of Yandex Money and specific Russian credit card processors. This strongly suggests whoever is behind Golden Farm has ties to Russia.

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.

Golden Farm’s Products

Golden Farm has no retailable products or services.

Affiliates are only able to market Golden Farm affiliate membership itself.

Golden Farm’s Compensation Plan

Golden Farm affiliates invest real money into “gold coins”.

Gold coins are then used to fund investment positions, which pay out “eggs” per hour:

  • Beige – invest 35 gold coins and receive 1 egg per hour
  • Green – invest 150 gold coins and receive 5 eggs per hour
  • Yellow – invest 1200 gold coins and receive 55 eggs per hour
  • Brown – invest 7500 gold coins and receive 277 eggs per hour
  • Blue – invest 37,500 gold coins and receive 1430 eggs per hour
  • Red – invest 150,000 gold coins and receive 7230 eggs per hour
  • King Bird – invest 375,000 gold coins and receive 21,925 eggs per hour

Eggs are converted back to gold coins at a rate of 100 eggs to 1 gold coin. Gold coins are then converted to gold bars, which are in turn withdrawn for real money.

  • 30% of gold bar withdrawals is withdrawable
  • 70% of gold bar withdrawals must be reinvested (as gold coins)

Note that Golden Farm does not disclose gold bar to real money conversion rates on its website. The same is true for real money to gold coins when investing.

What is disclosed is investors need to meet a minimum gold bar thresholds to withdraw.

There’s also a 7% withdrawal fee. Some withdrawal methods attract additional fees.

The MLM side of Golden Farm sees affiliates paid on invested funds down two levels of recruitment (unilevel):

  • level 1 (personally recruited affiliates) – 20%
  • level 2 – 5%

Note that referral commissions are paid in “crystals”. How crystals are converted into something withdrawable is unclear.

Joining Golden Farm

Golden Farm affiliate membership is free.

Full participation in the attached income opportunity requires an undisclosed minimum investment.

Golden Farm solicits investment in various currencies and cryptocurrencies.

Golden Farm Conclusion

Golden Farm is a simple Ponzi scheme, dressed up as some lame “birds laying eggs” game.

At the shop you can buy different birds. Each bird lays special eggs, which can be sold at the market and exchanged for gold coins that are required for the real money withdrawal [sic].

The more expensive the bird is, the more eggs it lays. You can buy an unlimited amount of birds.

Behind Golden Farm’s convoluted ruse is the simple flow of money from new investors to existing investors.

If you got lost in the compensation section of this review trying to follow all of Golden Farm’s internal currencies, I don’t blame you.

We have gold coins, eggs, gold bars and crystals. Each of these serve as a way for Gold Farm’s admin(s) to manipulate the flow of money within the Ponzi.

Specifically this would be withdrawals, which are likely limited through variable conversion rates so as to not collapse the scheme.

Regardless, math is math and eventually all Ponzi schemes collapse. And when Golden Farm inevitably collapses, the majority of participants will realize a loss.