What is the statistics in hype about


HYIP statistics

Some projects provide various statistics on the pages of their website or in your personal account, such as “how much money has been invested in the project”, “how much has been withdrawn”, “the largest deposits”, “information on recent payments” and so on.

But hype is a world of lies and deception, and you can’t believe these numbers. In most cases, these statistics are not real, but invented for various purposes, mainly for the psychological impact on people.

So, for example, right after the opening of HYIP statistics can show that investors have already invested in it or are actively investing. Looking at such statistics, it’s much easier to decide to give your money, knowing that many have already invested and they probably checked the information. The effect of mass and crowd is doing its job. Now imagine that you have opened a beautiful website that promises interest several times higher than banking, and statistics show that 0 investors and 0 dollars, or 5-7 investors totaling $ 123 were invested. Perhaps you will pass by.

Even statistics can demonstrate, for example, an active growth in the total amount of deposits. Having seen this, even knowing that the hype will burst, you can decide that judging by the growth in statistics, the hype is still far from the peak, in fact, maybe it is already declining or simply stopped paying.

Some HYIPs approach the issue of statistics quite cunningly and take into account real contributions and payments, but only in conjunction with the invented one. You can invest a couple of bucks and make sure that the statistics really increased by these few dollars, you appeared in the list of the last topped up and so on. In fact, your pair of bucks could have been added to a couple of thousand dollars taken from the ceiling and an artificially generated list of investors.

Another statistic that is found on hype sites is payouts, with information on how much and who brought it out. These statistics also play into the hands of administrators. Firstly, looking at how someone withdrew 5-10 thousand dollars, many people involuntarily light up their eyes, and it does not matter that the automatically generated record, you still can not check it, even if the wallet number is indicated next to it. Secondly, these statistics are needed when the project stops paying, forums are already teeming with negativity that the project does not pay, but not everyone reads them. An inexperienced investor can believe that payments are still being made, looking at such statistics, and replenish the site administrators wallet with their deposit.

Statistics are not always deceiving, but you won’t be able to determine where the truth is and where the fiction is, so it’s better not to trust it and not focus on it when searching for the best investment and withdrawal point.

Even honest statistics can fool you. Manipulations with names, jackals and units of measurement are very often used not only in hypes, but also in statistics in general. The same figures can be represented in completely different ways, and this may not be malicious, you yourself might not understand the ambiguous wording.

If we return to the statistics of hypes, then this can manifest itself, for example, in accounting for reinvestment. Recall the example of ‘105% per day.’ Suppose you invested $ 100, after a day you have $ 105 in your account, and you invest them for one more day. How much will be added to the statistics? 205 dollars, that is, both of your contributions of $ 100 and $ 105, although you really invested only your 100, even twice, but this is the same hundred and $ 5 profit on the first day, that is, only $ 105. The value of such statistics is small.

Even such statistics can provide a little information, namely the statistics of recent payments.

If in the list of recent payments (“Paid out”) the number of different accounts has significantly decreased, logins have increasingly consisted of a random, unreadable set of letters, or only logins containing the word “monitor” remain, then most likely the hype has stopped real payments to everyone except for the hype monitoring That lead them to customers and maintains statistics with left-wing accounts, the so-called ‘fakes’ or ‘fake accounts’ (from the word fake – fake).

If the statistics of payments was and disappeared, even if it is hidden under the guise of a technical problem, for example, an error connecting to the database, then the project was chipped, that is, it stopped payments with a probability of 99%.

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