After the “First Thoughts” article on MinerProfits – a “Gold” listing platform, we need to look deeper in plans (a single plan in our case) of it. Let’s move to Part 1 of the review today. Both for newbie or an experienced investor – you have to understand simple things – the pros and cons of the plan, the potential rewards and risks.
A part of the “First Thoughts” article published recently:
MinerProfits platform offers a single investment plan as you can see from the above description. As an investor you can earn here 1% Daily. It is a so called “perpetual plan” – when you invest once and must (according to plan) earn forever.
MAINTAIN A BALANCE OF $5 OR MORE AND EARN 1% DAILY
· WE ONLY ACCEPT BITCOIN DEPOSITS ·
It looks like the Initial deposit can be withdrawn anytime – which is good for both groups: conservative and adventurous investors.
This kind of plan can potentially work for a long time. The main results and profitability here mainly depends on the vision and strategy of the administrator as to how to lead and maintain the platform.
Let’s start calculations for the signle (1% Daily) plan.
MinerProfits investment plan does not need a conversion factor of 30/22 (calendar days/business days) – you receive your earnings every day without days off.
Let’s check when we reach break even point if we do not use “Principal Back” option.. *Do not forget that we have this kind of option here anytime we decide to use it. We divide 100% by the 1% and get exactly 100 days. After we break even in 100 days all the rest of the time we get our net profit.
Dealing with “FOREVER” plan, we cannot calculate the exact amount of Net Profit, Total Gross Interest and DNI (Daily Net Interest), so we take any possible lifetime of the program to move on to let you see how you can calculate your risk reward ratio… Just as example – MinerProfits brings investors 120 days of profitable work.
To get the Total Gross Interest we multiply the number of days (120) by daily return (1%) | 120 days x 1% = 120%.
It this case our Net Profit ( 120% – 100% ) = 20%.
Here is the second case here.. because if we use the “Principal Back” option – then we can get the same 120% of Total Gross Interest after 20 days only.. right? We get 1% daily for 20 days and then get Principal Back – after that investors decide whether to continue and join with a different deposit amount or not…
These two different cases bring us two different DNI levels – that’s the main “point” both for members and for the admin here i guess.. (check EN Hyip Insights article #12 Part 3 and Part 4 to know a little better what DNI is)
If we look at the platform through the first-case scenario – We divide our Total Net Profit (20%) by 120 days (as our example period of time) and we get a DNI of 0.16%. And this is the level of LOW interest programs.
If we look at it through the second-case scenario (using Principal Back option) – We divide our Total Net Profit (20%) by 20 days and we get a DNI of 1%, which is the level of MEDIUM interest programs already.
As always, the decision of how to proceed here is up to you, so take this information for further personal calculations. More information can be provided in Part 2 of this review in the future. Please stand by…
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