HyperMood: Crypto Ponzi Scheme Exposed (2023 Review)
On its website, HyperMood doesn’t list any ownership or managerial details. On February 15, 2023, HyperMood’s website domain (“hypermood.space”) was privately registered.
Yandex and Jivo are mentioned in the website source code for HyperMood.
This strongly shows that whoever is in charge of HyperMood speaks Russian.
This is consistent with SimilarWeb’s estimate that 26% of the website traffic to HyperMood comes from Russia. Mexico (8%), Ukraine (7%), and Germany (6%), in that order, are behind Russia.
Always consider joining and giving any money to an MLM firm very carefully if it is not openly forthcoming about who is in charge of or owns it.
There is nothing resaleable about HyperMood. Only the HyperMood associate membership itself may be promoted by affiliates.
Their Shady Compensation Structure:
Affiliates of HyperMood invest at least 25 USDT in exchange for the guarantee of a 2.1% to 5% periodic ROI.
|Time||Return on Investment(ROI) %|
|first 24 hours||2.1%|
|next 24 hours and 30 minutes||2.2%|
|next 25 hours||2.3%|
|next 25 hours and 30 minutes||2.4%|
|next 26 hours||2.5%|
|next 26 hours and 30 minutes||2.6%|
|next 27 hours||2.7%|
|next 27 hours and 30 minutes||2.8%|
|next 28 hours||2.9%|
|next 28 hours and 30 minutes||3%|
|next 29 hours||3.1%|
|next 29 hours and 30 minutes||3.2%|
|next 30 hours||3.3%|
|next 30 hours and 30 minutes||3.4%|
|next 31 hours||3.5%|
|next 31 hours and 30 minutes||3.6%|
|next 32 hours||3.7%|
|next 32 hours and 30 minutes||3.8%|
|next 33 hours||3.9%|
|next 33 hours and 30 minutes||4%|
|next 34 hours||4.1%|
|next 34 hours and 30 minutes||4.2%|
|next 35 hours||4.3%|
|next 35 hours and 30 minutes||4.4%|
|next 36 hours||4.5%|
|next 36 hours and 30 minutes||4.6%|
|next 37 hours||4.7%|
|next 37 hours and 30 minutes||4.8%|
|next 38 hours||4.9%|
|next 38 hours and 30 minutes||5%|
Without bothering to perform the math, HyperMood asserts that investments can last anywhere between 24 hours and 39 days.
HyperMood affiliates should be aware that they will only get 50% of their initial investment back if they quit before the tenth ROI period.
At any given time, HyperMood affiliates are permitted to have up to 100 active investment positions.
The HyperMood MLM division provides commissions for bringing in affiliate investors.
Dark Matter and Karma Levels
MLM commissions are limited by HyperMood according to “karma levels”. The number of open positions that a HyperMood affiliate may have depends on their karma level as well.
Their affiliates can increase their karma by producing dark matter (DM) and subsequently selling it.
Also, they can produce dark matter by performing several tasks:
- 10 DM are awarded for becoming their affiliate.
- 10 DM are earned by following them on social media.
- Using a bogus review to spam TrustPilot results in five demerits.
- Their advertising on social media inundating users results in “up to 2500 DM”
- Using their marketing remarks to spam social media results in 5 DM.
- YouTube video spam with their name is equal to “up to 2500 DM”
- Up to 2500 DM” can be earned by publishing a blog review.
- fulfillment of different investment ROI period goals is equal to 5 to 200 DM
- 20 to 2000 DM can be earned by finding their affiliate investors.
- meeting the desired investment and DM goals is between 250–2500 DM
The DM trade cost to increase a HyperMood affiliate’s karma level is as follows:
|Karma Level||DM trade cost|
|Karma Level 1||sign up as a HyperMood affiliate|
|Karma Level 2||trade in 50 DM|
|Karma Level 3||trade in 100 DM|
|Karma Level 4||trade in 150 DM|
|Karma Level 5||trade in 200 DM|
|Karma Level 6||trade in 250 DM|
|Karma Level 7||trade in 300 DM|
|Karma Level 8||trade in 350 DM|
|Karma Level 9||trade in 400 DM|
|Karma Level 10||trade in 500 DM|
|Karma Level 11||trade in 600 DM|
|Karma Level 12||trade in 700 DM|
|Karma Level 13||trade in 800 DM|
|Karma Level 14||trade in 900 DM|
|Karma Level 15||trade in 1000 DM|
Remember that DM can be used to purchase HyperMood at a cost of 10 DM for every USDT.
The 30 ROI periods of HyperMood are locked within the DM investment.
On bitcoin investments, HyperMood provides referral commissions (unilevel) down two tiers of hiring.
The karma level of an affiliate determines the advisory commission rates:
- 6% on the initial level (personally recruited affiliates) and 2% on level 2 are karma levels 1 and 2, respectively.
- Karma levels 3 and 4 are equal to 8% on the initial level and 2% on level 2, respectively.
- Karma levels 5 and 6 are equal to 9% on level 1 and 2% on level 2, respectively.
- Levels 7 and 8 of karma are equal to 10% on Level 1 and 2% on Level 2.
- Levels 9 to 11 of karma equal 11% on Level 1 and 3% on Level 2.
- 12% on Level 1 and 4% on Level 2 for Karma levels 12 to 14.
- 15.5% on level 1 and 15.5% on level 2 for karma level 15.
Limitation of Investment Position
An affiliate’s allowed number of open “black hole” investment positions is based on their karma level:
How to Join this Pyramid Scheme?
Membership for HyperMood affiliates is free. An initial 25 USDT equal investment is necessary for full involvement in the attached income opportunity. HyperMood encourages the purchase of several cryptocurrencies.
Conclusion of HyperMood
HyperMood is a conventional MLM cryptocurrency Ponzi scheme.
Affiliates invest, and investors who came before them plagiarize their capital. If recruitment continues, affiliates whose funds are misappropriated will in turn misappropriate the funds of investors who come after them.
Referral fees on financial transactions add another pyramid layer to the plan.
Marketing and hiring are encouraged by the dark matter and karma systems. Affiliates for HyperMood who recruit/spam will make more money than those who don’t.
As with other MLM Ponzi schemes, new investment will stop once affiliate recruiting stops.
Due to the lack of ROI income, HyperMood will eventually fail.
The mathematics underlying Ponzi schemes ensures that when they fail, the vast majority of participants will lose money.
It’s clear from the above points that HyperMood is a dangerous scam you should avoid at all costs.