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Daxio & NFT metaverse – Scam Review

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Daxio began a “automatic sports trading” Ponzi scheme late last year.

There has been no indication on how many billionaires have been made thus far. But now Daxio is involved in NFT metaverse swindling.Daxio has also released two shitcoins. Because, obviously, it has.

Daxio has relaunched as a game firm somewhere in the last eight months. Daxio’s Ponzi beginnings are in gambling, but this time it’s in cryptocurrency and NFT gaming.

SportsBot has been renamed “DaxioBot” to reflect this, and it is now a “play to earn trading game”:

Of all, this is all just marketing. Nothing has changed between SportsBot and DaxioBot – it’s still the same Ponzi scheme.

PlayDAX, one of Daxio’s latest NFT gaming gimmicks, is on the right.

PlayDAX is a fantasy trading game that allows you to make money by playing it.

Yes, it’s a trading bot cloaked in crypto lingo. That is, outdated crypto craze jargon.

Along with PlayDax, Daxio has ideas for a compulsory metaverse swindle.

Some shady real-estate game that doesn’t yet exist, available through Cryptopia. Consider purchasing an island in Nintendo’s Animal Crossing and operating your own scheme via it.

Except Daxio has teamed with some blockchain guy firm instead of Nintendo.

Cryptopia is a blockchain-based autonomous city-state society where residents may purchase, trade, vote, and conduct other necessary activities in a safe, secure, and transparent manner.

That seems like a poor idea for a game, and it is. It’s a ruse to sell you NFTs, which nobody save a diminishing pool of “we’re still early” crypto bro shills will sign up for.

Not because they are interested in the game. But it’s because they’re hoping to sell their NFT investment holdings to bigger idiots.

To summarize, Daxio’s metaverse ruse is an unrealized dead end.

While you wait, Daxio has lots of other affiliate link NFT gimmicks to waste money on:

Daxio also has its own owl JPG NFTs for you to buy in:

There are two new shit tokens from Daxi: SDAX and GDAX.

GDAX denotes ownership and voting rights.

SDAX is a utility token that is utilized across the Daxio ecosystem.

GDAX looks to be a token exit-scam in the making, whilst SDAX appears to be a nothingburger. Both, as far as I can tell, are ERC-20 tokens.

ERC-20 tokens may be produced in minutes on the Ethereum blockchain for little or no cost.

If they haven’t already, keep an eye out for DAXIO to restrict withdrawals to SDAX only.

SDAX and GDAX can be exchanged and traded on third-party exchanges.

Here’s how it’s going…

Daxio, an MLM company, is now charging €10 EUR each week for membership.

A 10% referral incentive and 10% to 12% residuals are paid out through a binary team. There is also a matching incentive on residual commissions.

Ten affiliate ranks are associated with the recruiting of Daxio affiliate investors.

Underneath all of it is the same old Daxio Ponzi scheme:

And, of course, Daxio’s own NFTs are linked to their own Ponzi scheme:

Crypto gaming disappeared about the time Daxio relaunched as a game-oriented Ponzi scam.

All of the current “play to earn” crypto gaming scams are variants of Axie Infinity, which went bankrupt in late 2021.

Slave lords employing players to harvest in shifts around the clock, a speculative in-game economy built around NFTs – all culminating in a $620 million exit fraud. Gaming, you know.

The first NFT swindle involved artwork. Now it’s all about gaming and the metaverse. The motivating factor behind both heists is the same: give us your oney.

Daxio is a purpose-built Ponzi scam, so it’s a little more wicked than your average monkey JPG grift.

Frode Jorgensen, co-founder of Daxio, is in charge of the company (right)

Jorgensen is said to be a Norwegian citizen living in Thailand.

The Norwegian Lottery Board announced last month that it was investigating and had expressed pyramid scheme concerns with Daxio.

Meanwhile, Daxio and Jorgensen were ordered to suspend activities immediately.

Daxio is run by a shell corporation based in the British Virgin Islands.

The BVI is a scam-friendly country that should raise red flags for any MLM organization with links to it.

Daxio is being kept afloat this month by the recruitment of fresh victims in Vietnam.

Daxio’s domains are “daxio.com” and “mydaxio.com.”

According to SimilarWeb, the major sources of traffic to “daxio.com” last month were Malta (36%), Vietnam (30%), and Sweden (15%).

The majority of “Mydaxio.com” traffic came from Sweden (45%), Hungary (18%), and Moldova (17%).

“Daxio.com” website traffic from Malta is down 13% month on month, implying that recruiting is declining or has ceased. Sweden is growing, yet total traffic has not increased. Vietnam is the top source of new gullibles, with 56% (an increase of 229% month on month).

The “Mydaxio.com” website traffic indicates that recruiting in Sweden, Hungary, and Malta has ceased. Vietnam is once again leading investment at 18%, up 294% month on month.

REFUND POLICY (Daxio’s)

We do not provide returns on purchases made via this website.

LIABILITY LIMITATION FOR HARM OR LOSS CAUSED BY THE PRODUCT

Buyer expressly agrees that regardless of what happens as a result of his or her purchase of this product, or regardless of what damage is allegedly or actually caused by the use of this product, or regardless of the harm or damage that may result directly or indirectly from the purchase of this product, for whatever reason whatsoever, the seller has no financial liability related to financial damages or losses related to the purchase of this product and that the seller (Daxio) c

STOP SELLING OR SERVING PRODUCTS OR MEMBERSHIP

Buyer accepts that Seller may discontinue the product, service, or membership at any time and without warning. Buyer acknowledges that the Seller reserves the right to stop customer service for any product or service at any time and without notice.

Daxio will need to find new nations to loot once Vietnam has run its course if it is to avoid a fifth collapse.

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