Keeping tabs on these Passive Income Platforms can be tough work – and we’re afraid that Hexabot might soon join the ranks of the “SCAM” sites.
As has sadly been the case with a whole host of these programs, something went awry – and rather quickly. Those folks who tweeted about the odd balance figures were not alone – my own dashboard showed odd amounts last night, with none of the three Bitcoin pieces (invested amount, withdrawable balance, and total earnings) being anywhere close to accurate.
It remains to be seen whether this is a glitch that will be worked out – remember when Bitconnect went down a couple months ago? – or it’s the beginning of the end.
Please, listen carefully now. Stop investing in crypto HYIPs – its all a scam, you will get burnt sooner or later. Also, it hurts the crypto community and is bad for its reputation. Dont support stuff like this. #bitcoin #hyip #cryptocurrency #hexabot #laseronline
— Stefan (@h4n5um) December 5, 2017
Our Next Steps on This Site
Our goal is to be as transparent as possible, so we’re going to remove Hexabot affiliate links for the time being.
We can still recommend Bitconnect, but with a huge asterisk: we don’t think it’s got long-term staying power, and we’re spreading out our risks accordingly.