CRYPTOF differs from regular Bitcoin Cloud Miners in many ways, the most obvious of which is in the organization and set-up of their investment plans. Despite the differences however it’s still very simple, and is explained in a handy step-by-step guide written in a very easy to understand manner on the website’s “how it works” page, so refer to that before doing anything.
You can also check out how Cryptof works in a so-called “demo account” that comes with a pre-loaded $120 in virtual money. In fact there are some extra ways to earn a little money from Cryptof aside from actually investing in it. I’ll get to that in a moment, but first let’s see what the main plans are.
To begin with, the process of joining Cryptof is a bit different to most other programs. When you deposit money at first, you need to remember that you are not putting it directly into any active investment. Initially you are only funding your account’s internal wallet. Once you have placed the correct amount of money there that you wish to invest, you will then need to move the money from your wallet into your preferred investment plan. Members can claim a $2 bonus just for joining Cryptof, though this amount is only released after you make a proper investment of your own from your own pocket.
You can join Cryptof for a minimum of $10. Over and above that you will also need to invest in multiples of $10, so your investment has to be let’s say $10, $20, $30, $40, and so on, it can’t be something like $25 for instance. Instead of investing in traditional Bitcoin Cloud Mining style plans then, what you are actually doing is buying advertising packages. Various packages, or plans if that’s what you prefer to call them, come at different prices. But the cheapest is $10 per unit which gets you into The Starter Plan.
The investment term is 60 calendar days, during which members can earn 2.7% interest per day on each $10 package. In other words buy ten packages for a total spend of $100 and get back $2.70 per day. You will not get your principal back at the end of the term so consider this as part of the payments. That means by completion Cryptofwill have returned 162% on your deposit, made up of your own money back plus62% net profit. Considering the length of the term I believe this is quite achievable in the Bitcoin Cloud Mining industry, provided the admin is genuinely making an effort. You reach the break-even point, that is to say you earn back an amount equivalent to your initial investment and therefore cannot possibly lose any money no matter what happens next, after 38 days.
The second plan sees Cryptof taking deposits in increments of $30. This is called The Surfing Plan and you will need to spend for example $30, $60, $90, $120, et cetera to join it. The investment term stays at 60 calendar days, however while it continues Cryptof will pay its members an interest rate of3.1% per day. That allows you to break-even after 33 days, and assuming the plan survives to its natural conclusion members should finish up with a 186% return. With Cryptof including your principal as part of your daily interest payments, i.e. not returning it in a separate payment at the end of the term, that means you get your own money back plus 86% net profit for yourself on top.
For the biggest spending investors, though it has to be said the minimum cost of joining is still within the means of most typical Bitcoin Cloud Mining industry players,Cryptof present The Booster Plan. Investments here are priced at $80 per unit, so you can join with amounts such as $80, $160, $240, and so on. In return for joining here members are offered a daily interest payment of 3.3% per calendar day, also lasting for a term of 60 calendar days. You can reach the break-even point after 31 days, practically half way through the term, so it’s pure passive income all the way after that. You finish the term with 198% in earnings, so with Cryptof factoring your original deposit into those payments that leaves the member with 98% net profit after that, or almost double your money back.
So that’s the main point of Cryptof‘s investment plans, and your main source of earning if joining. But as mentioned earlier this isn’t the only way to earn from the program, so I’ll go through the other methods for you now. There is a manual surfing feature included, meaning you can view a selection of paid advertisements inside your Cryptof members account area every day in exchange for a small payment. It should be noted that you don’t actually need to have an active deposit in Cryptof to participate in this, it’s open to “free” members as well though naturally you shouldn’t expect big earnings from this. The requirement to surf is not obligatory so don’t bother even looking at it if you don’t have any interest in it. But you know it is easy money and requires no investment on your part to start earning so you might as well take a look at least.
From within your account area then, on the left hand side of the page you will see a button marked “free ads”. Click on that and you will be brought to a new page with a selection of banners from other websites displayed. Click on each banner and you will see the owner’s website open in a new window with a timer across the top. Once the timer runs for ten seconds you will then need to click a manual acknowledgment that you have surfed the website and thus your entitlement to a payment is duly recorded. Each individual banner allows you to earn from $0.002 to $0.005 per click, with the exact amount displayed under each ad. The daily payment for surfing is minuscule by the way, and at the moment by surfing all the available ads you would only make something like two to three cents per day. Still, it all adds up over time and maybe the extra couple of dollars you could make over the course of a few cycles might make a difference to somebody, I don’t know. Just remember the option is there for you if you want it. By the way, if you happen to own your own website and would like to include it on Cryptof the price of advertising there is prohibitive to say the least. Almost $9,000 in some cases, so obviously this isn’t just another surfing site to flash your ref link or whatever on.
Another highly unusual feature of Cryptof is their payment options. In a move I don’t remember seeing in any other program in recent memory, Cryptof allows (and in some cases actually insists) members make withdrawals to different processors than they used to join. Most online Bitcoin Cloud Miners would rule this out quite categorically as being against their terms & conditions, but not so here.Cryptof currently allows you to make deposits using eight payment processors, namely PerfectMoney, Payeer, BitCoin, OkPay, AdvCash, YandexMoney, Paxum, and Qiwi. However when it comes to withdrawals you are only allowed to use four of these, which are PerfectMoney, Payeer, OkPay, and AdvCash. I am expecting BitCoin to be included on this list sometime soon, as the Cryptofadmin says he is working on this. To be honest I can’t really say I understand why this is the way things work, it’s just the way it is. So if you are using one of the less popular methods to join Cryptof just make sure you have a fully working account you can be paid into with at least one of the other providers. Minimum withdrawals to PerfectMoney, Payeer, and BitCoin are $0.02¢, while for AdvCash it’s $0.10¢.
This might look a bit confusing at first, certainly it takes some getting used to anyway, but the good news is that all withdrawals are processed instantly, including the sign-up bonus and earnings from surfing. Just sign in to yourCryptof account, make the request, and you should have the money in under a minute. And as I just said, the actual source of the payment – be it interest, surfing, or a bonus – is not a factor here, they’re all instant no matter what. Payments are credited to everyone’s account at the same time everyday, 12:00 server time, so you don’t even need to wait a full 24 hours before getting the first profits.
On the technical side of things, I can tell you the Cryptof website is running off a unique custom-made script developed specially for the program. They also have the superior Green Bar version of the SSL-certificate by Comodo to provide for safer browsing and more secure transactions. For a hosting provider the admin is currently using OVH which is keeping the website on a dedicated and DDoS protected server, however as I mentioned in my introduction of the program the admin did express a desire to change this to something more reliable and able to handle a lot more traffic as the program grows in popularity.
If you have any further questions for the Cryptof admin that you think weren’t dealt with in this review or have account related issues you need help with then there are a couple of ways to get in touch. As usual I suggest ignoring the postal address as these are always just virtual serviced workspaces used for registration purposes and not where you would normally find anyone associated with running the program physically located. Instead you will either need to use the online customer support form on the Cryptof website’s contact page, or else check out their Skype account for Live Chat support whenever they are online (working hours, if any, are not published). In addition to that fans of social media sites will be able to connect with Cryptofthrough Facebook and Twitter where the program is keeping some active profiles.
Just to finish up then I just want to mention the alleged business interests behind Cryptof that members are told support the interest payments is “crypto currency mining and trading”. At the end of the day it’s entirely up to yourself how much of this you choose to believe, I can only be neutral here and tell you there’s no real solid evidence that you can research yourself and nothing to guarantee these activities necessarily have to be profitable all the time if they are true. Approaching Cryptof purely as an online Bitcoin Cloud Mining though, as is my prerogative as a monitor, my own impression has been quite positive. The admin is trying to bring something new to the industry and certainly hasn’t cut any corners in doing so. Assuming the program gets the breaks it deserves and is managed with a degree of professionalism then Cryptof might just find a place in a lot of portfolios. Just don’t lose sight of the fact that you are still playing a very high risk business with anything connected to online Bitcoin Cloud Miners, of which Cryptof is no exception. That means I have to finish this review with the very same instructions I do with every program I have ever monitored – set yourself a sensible spending limit you can comfortably afford to lose, keep your expectations from the program modest and realistic, and if joining Cryptof at all then try to keep them as part of a wider more diverse portfolio.