Scam

In this article I will try to explain why I consider Kuailian not a scam.

I reiterate that I have no business relationship with Kuailian, beyond my relationship as an investor.

Therefore, I do not have inside information, nor do I know anything other than the information published by Kuailian through its official channels.

It is on that information and on my experience that I base my opinion. But I can be totally wrong.

If Kuailian is a scam, I will be the first cheated one.

Therefore, each person must make their decisions independently.

With that being said, I present the reasons why I believe that Kuailian is a real project.

Defame that something remains

As Kuailian grows and offers excellent results, detractors appear (I don’t know if with good or bad intention) trying to connect Kuailian with pyramid scam models or Ponzi.

You can find articles or reviews online that reveal alleged Kuailian dark spots.

I am not going to mention any specific source, because in many cases, they are Copy – Paste that appear periodically.

But I am going to make the effort to analyze why, from my point of view, dark spots are not such a thing.

Let’s start with the supposed dark spots, one by one.

Kuailian works as a Ponzi or pyramid scheme

This is one of the main arguments that Kuailian’s detractors use to discredit it.

While it is true that Kuailian has a commission system to reward investors who develop a network (as many other companies do), it is necessary to make clear the two types of commissions that exist (the detailed explanation is in this article):

  • Residual Bonus: This is a commission that investors who have a network receive daily in the form of a small% of the returns of their affiliates. But the most important thing is that the origin of these payments ARE NOT THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF NEW MEMBERS, but the returns obtained from the verification of transactions. Even if not a single partner entered, those returns would continue to be collected
  • Fast Bonus: This commission does come from the contributions of new partners, but it is received in a timely manner. Every time a network member makes a purchase, their upline receives commission. IT IS NOT A RECURRING INCOME. If there are no purchases, there is no income.

Therefore, Kauilian does not need new contributions to remunerate its investors.

There might be no new investors and the model would still work perfectly.

Not only that, but the investment has a limit. When a certain number of invested volume is reached (which is public), Kuailian will not allow new contributions.

What pyramid model would do such a thing?

The reason why Kuailian follows this commission model for networked clients is very easy to understand.

Kuailian is not a simple investment that is understood the first time. It cannot be explained with a simple ad or with classic marketing tools.

It requires a network of people who know the project very well and who are able to explain it in detail. And who better than the investors themselves who have already experimented with the first-person system to carry out this work?

Kuailian is not licensed to operate

This is another of the detractors’ speaches.

And it is not that the information is false, but the interpretation they give.

Indeed, Kuailian operates without a license, simply because there is no regulation under which to qualify.

Anyone who reads this article can set up a Master Node and start receiving returns without registering anywhere or requesting authorization from any administration.

The thing is that it is impossible to get a license for something for which there is no regulation.

However, in his quest to try to operate in the most regulated way, Kuailian is in the process of obtaining a SVF (Stored Value Facility) license in Singapore, which is granted by the country’s financial authority.

This type of license is the current regulation with greater applicability to the activity carried out by Kuailian and involves passing a full financial audit.

Kuailian has already passed the registration phase to obtain it. It doesn’t seem like they have much to hide …

Kuailian is not held by any regulatory framework

This statement is absolutely false.

Kuilian is registered in Estonia (registration numbers are public and can be found on the Estonian administration website).

Therefore, Kuailian is held by the European regulatory framework, which is a guarantee for all its investors.

And why in Estonia?

There are those who want to see dark reasons, and who question why, if the founders are Spanish, they have not registered the company in Spain.

And the explanation, is again very simple. Because Estonia is possibly the most advanced European country in blockchain technology and digital administration.

They force you to keep the investment for 1000 days to scape with everything

The reason for the permanence period is to guarantee the stability of the model.

The key to Kuailian’s profitability is to invest efficiently in Master Nodes and this requires investment strategy and stability for Machine Learning to do its job.

If any investor could withdraw his funds at any time, it would imply that, unexpectedly and without any type of planning, Kuailian would have to divest Master Nodes in order to be able to face these withdrawals.

This would have a serious impact on the profitability offered by Kuailian to its investors.

Furthermore, all transactions are trackable through public blockchain networks (mainly Etherscan), so in case of litigation, there is countless documentary evidence of all transactions made.

Conclusion

These are the reasons why I think Kuailian is a serious company and it is not a scam.

And above all, for which I believe that the criticisms or suspicions that are launched against Kuailian are unjustified, or directly malicious.

But as I always say, each one must make their analysis and reach their own conclusions, because I could be totally wrong.

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